Professional wrestler Jon Huber passed away on Saturday at the age of 41, announcing the leagues he worked with and his family.
Huber, who is known among fans of both Brodie Lee and Luke Harper, died of a ‘non-Covid-related lung issue’ and received treatment at the Mayo Clinic, his wife Amanda wrote on Instagram.
“My best friend passed away today,” she wrote on Saturday. “No words can express the love I feel or how broken I am now.”
“Huber has found success in every stop of his sporting entertainment career, as his gentle yet impressive presence has helped him create countless moments in the ring,” the WWE wrote in a statement on Saturday commemorating his death. “WWE expresses its condolences to Huber’s family, friends and fans.”
All Elite Wrestling also expressed its condolences to the star wrestler’s family, saying: “In an industry full of good people, Jon Huber was extraordinarily respected and loved in every way.”
Compassion and memorials from around the wrestling world began to pour out on social media:
Huber leaves behind two sons, Brodie and Nolan, who he had with Amanda Huber, who is also a wrestler known professionally as Synndy Synn.