Monday's WWE Raw was the first major show since the passing of Jon Huber (Brodie Lee in AEW, Luke Harper in WWE).
WWE opened the show with a graphic honoring Huber and Tom Phillips started the broadcast by saying, "It's Monday, and you know what that means," paying tribute to Huber's daily tweets. Throughout the night, many WWE superstars paid tribute to Huber in promos and matches.
However, Brian Myers (Curt Hawkins in WWE) questioned WWE's tribute to the former Wyatt Family member, wondering why there was no ten bell salute or video package.
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
Mike Johnson at PWInsider reports WWE talents taped tributes for Huber prior to Raw airing.
Fightful can report that a video package for Huber has been prepared, but it is unknown when or where it will air.
You can view how WWE Raw superstars paid tribute to Huber by clicking here.
AEW is set to hold a tribute show for Huber on Wednesday. You can view the lineup for the show by clicking here.