Last night’s episode of WWE’s Monday Night RAW paid tribute to Brodie Lee by starting the show with a “in memory” graphic of the former Wyatt Family member. Several WWE Stars such as Alexa Bliss, New Day member Xavier Woods, Tom Phillips, and WWE Champion Drew McIntyre paid tribute to Jon Huber throughout the show as well, but only a “you know what that means” reference by Phillips and McIntyre and Xavier Woods hit a discus clothesline.
Former WWE Star and current IMPACT Wrestling Star Brian Myers (F.K.A Curt Hawkins in WWE) isn’t happy with WWE’s lackluster efforts to pay tribute to Brodie Lee.
Brian Myers made it clear on Twitter that he was not happy with the amount of effort from WWE and he even called WWE out for not having a video package on Brodie Lee’s career or a 10-bell salute.
WWE has only posted a playlist of some of Brodie Lee’s matches on their official YouTube channel, but no tribute was dedicated to him similar to what the WWE has done for other wrestlers that have passed away. Brodie Lee passed away this past Saturday due to a non-COVID-19 lung issue at the age of 41.
You can check out Bryan Myers’ tweet below:
No 10 bell salute?— Brian Myers (@Myers_Wrestling) December 29, 2020
No video package?
This man was beloved by his peers & we’re all grieving hard.
This isn’t right. https://t.co/PhZIckKcbm