Great show and 12 other former WWE superstars who left for AEW

Brodie Lee (Luke Harper)

Brodie Lee (real name Jonathan Huber), who tragically passed away at the age of 41 in December 2020, was with WWE for several years before making a surprise debut in AEW earlier that year. Between 2012 and 2019, Lee, wrestling under the name of Luke Harper, was one of the most talented but underutilized wrestlers in the company who could throw intense matches with anyone who dared to face him. Looking at the former Luke Harper, it was easy to tell that there was something special there, even if the WWE powers did not share the same sentiment.

Once he switched to AEW, Brodie Lee ran off with his Dark Order faction and played high profile against AEW Champion Jon Moxley and TNT Champion Cody Rhodes, defeating the latter and making a good run for the title before leaving for unspecified reasons in October 2020 a few months before him died on December 26, 2020.

These are just the major WWE superstars who have signed with AEW since the promotion started a few years ago. Other former WWE wrestlers and longtime employees like commentator Jim Ross and producers Jake Roberts, Arn Anderson and Dean Malenko are all …

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