Bray Wyatt paid tribute to one of his dearest friends, Brody Lee, in his first WWE match since his return in October.
Two years ago, the wrestling industry lost Brodie Lee (real name John Huber) as he passed away at the age of 41, leaving a significant mark on his fellow teammates and fans. He was one of the most popular stars under the AEW banner and was better known to WWE fans as Luke Harper since he arrived on the main roster in 2013 with Wyatt as part of their group.
Wyatt and Brody looked incredibly close as Wyatt paid tribute to his friend on several occasions since his passing. The former WWE Champion sent another thoughtful person to the Madison Square Garden live event.
He defeated Jinder Mahal in his first match since returning at Extreme Rules. You can watch the video of Bray Wyatt paying tribute to Brody Lee below:
Bray Wyatt sent Brody his signature call to remember him after the second anniversary of his death as he wrestled in front of an energetic MSG crowd.
As previously mentioned, the former Universal Champion effectively defeated Jinder Mahal to claim his first victory since his return.
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