In the last news we published yesterday in SUPERFIGHTS about Brodie Lee, I pointed out that the McMahon company prepared for this month a special of its series ‘The Best of WWE’ dedicated to the late gladiator, that under his dominions competed with the alias of Luke Harper.
Armed episode in just two weeks, which comes after numerous criticisms of McMahonlandia for his somewhat lukewarm response to Lee’s death, despite the fact that he was already being honored in a video with several statements from those who were his dressing room companions years ago, or The New Day performed a full episode of his in memoriam podcast.
► The good gesture of WWE towards its former Intercontinental Champion
AND yesterday such a tribute was released on WWE Network, with an interesting detail: it can be seen in its entirety without the need for any subscription.
Three and a half hours of wrestling chronicle of Jonathan Huber’s seven years in WWE, with the most representative fights of this undervalued stage commented on by several of his then companions, like Bray Wyatt, Randy Orton or Daniel Bryan.
Behold the list of fights included.
The Wyatt Family vs. The Undertaker and Kane (Survivor Series 2015)
Luke Harper and Erick Rowan vs. Daniel Bryan and Roman Reigns (Hell in a Cell 2019)
Luke Harper and Erick Rowan vs. The Usos vs. The New Day for the SmackDown Couples Championship (WrestleMania 34)
Luke Harper vs. Dolph Ziggler; Ladder Match for the Intercontinental Championship (TLC 2014)
Luke Harper vs. Dolph Ziggler for the Intercontinental Championship (November 17, 2014 episode of Raw)
The Wyatt Family vs. The Usos (Battleground 2014)
Luke Harper vs. Randy Orton (Elimination Chamber 2017)
The Wyatt Family vs. The Dudley Boyz, Rhyno & Tommy Dreamer (TLC 2015)
The Wyatt Family vs. The Shield (Elimination Chamber 2014)
Many point out that Brodie Lee did not have notable solo matches within WWE (like Luke Harper), but that “ladder match” six years ago at the TLC PPV is perhaps the best in the recent history of the company. #RIPBrodieLee pic.twitter.com/JcKAWvXXaf
– Self High Five (@rafael_indi) December 27, 2020