Luke Harper

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Brodie Lee

Harper at the SmackDown tapings in Lafayette, Louisiana on April 8, 2014
Ring name(s) Brodie Lee
Huberboy #2
Jon Huber
Luke Harper
Billed height 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Billed weight 262 lb (119 kg)
Born December 16, 1979 (1979-12-16) (age 34)
Rochester, New York
Billed from Lincoln, Nebraska
Buffalo
Rochester, New York
Butte, Montana
Snake Bight, Florida
Trained by Kirby Marcos
Rik Matrix
Tony Mamaluke
Debut October 7, 2003

Jon Huber (born December 16, 1979 in Rochester, New York) better known by his ring name Luke Harper, is an American professional wrestler. He currently competes for the WWE where he is a member of The Wyatt Family along with Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan, and Daniel Bryan.

Huber also wrestled in the North American independent circuit under the ring name Brodie Lee, working for promotions such as Alpha-1 Wrestling, Chikara, Combat Zone Wrestling, Dragon Gate USA, Jersey All Pro Wrestling and Ring of Honor.

Career[change | edit source]

When FCW was rebranded into NXT Wrestling, he debuted on the December 12, 2012 episode of NXT as a follower of Bray Wyatt, who introduced Rowan as his "first son".

Erick Rowan was later introduced as Wyatt's "second son" and Harper started to team with Rowan. They defeated Percy Watson and Yoshi Tatsu on the January 9, 2013 episode of NXT and defeated them again on the January 23 episode of NXT in the first round of the NXT Tag Team Championship tournament. Harper and Rowan defeated Bo Dallas and Michael McGillicutty in the semi-finals but were defeated in the finals by Adrian Neville and Oliver Grey. Harper and Rowan won a triple threat elimination tag match on the May 2 episode of NXT and defeated Neville and Bo Dallas, filling in for the injured Grey, on the May 8 NXT (taped on May 2) to win the tag titles.[1] On June 20, they lost the NXT Tag Team Championship to Adrian Neville and Corey Graves.[2]

Vignettes became appearing on Raw to promote the upcoming debut of the Wyatt Family and they debuted on the July 8 episode of Raw when they attacked Kane.[3] He made his WWE in-ring debut in a tag team match on the July 26 episode of SmackDown, where he and Rowan defeated Tons of Funk (Brodus Clay and Tensai).[4] Harper and Rowan went on a winning streak over many teams for a couple months but suffered their first lost on the October 11 episode of SmackDown from Cody Rhodes and Goldust.[5]

Championships[change | edit source]

  • Alpha-1 Wrestling
    • A1 Zero Gravity Championship (one time)
  • Jersey All Pro Wrestling
    • JAPW Heavyweight Championship (one time)
    • JAPW New Jersey State Championship (one time)
    • JAPW Tag Team Championship (one time) (with Necro Butcher)
  • Next Era Wrestling
    • NEW Heavyweight Championship (one time)
  • NWA Empire
    • NWA Empire Heavyweight Championship (one time)
  • NWA Mississippi
    • NWA Southern Television Championship (one time)
  • Rochester Pro Wrestling/NWA Upstate/NWA New York
    • NWA Upstate Kayfabe Dojo Championship (one time)
    • NWA Upstate/NWA New York Heavyweight Championship (three times)
    • RPW Tag Team Championship (one time) (with Freddie Midnight)
    • RPW/NWA Upstate Television Championship (one time)
  • Squared Circle Wrestling
    • 2CW Heavyweight Championship (two times)[8][9]
  • World of Hurt Wrestling
    • WOHW United States Championship (three times)

References[change | edit source]

  1. "James's WWE NXT Report 5/8 Week 45: Wyatt Family captures Tag Titles, Ohno turning face?, Sandow in action, Paige vs. Summer Rae feud continues, Overall Reax". Pro Wrestling Torch. http://pwtorch.com/artman2/publish/wwenxtreport/article_70553.shtml#.Un236fnrypA. Retrieved 2013-11-8.
  2. "WWE News: NXT Spoilers for summer episodes - first NXT Women's champ, Flair, more, plus NXT TV in the U.S.?". Pro Wrestling Torch. http://www.pwtorch.com/artman2/publish/WWE_News_3/article_71434.shtml#.Un24WvnrypA. Retrieved 2013-11-8.
  3. "Raw News: Vickie "fired" as Raw authority figure & replacement named, Wyatts debut, final MITB PPV hype, RVD, Lesnar, more". Pro Wrestling Torch. http://pwtorch.com/artman2/publish/WWE_News_3/article_71812.shtml#.Un22__nrypA. Retrieved 2013-11-8.
  4. "Parks's WWE Smackdown Report 7/26: Ongoing "virtual time" coverage of Friday show, including Wyatt Family in-ring debut, Del Rio vs. RVD match". Pro Wrestling Torch. http://pwtorch.com/artman2/publish/wwesmackdownreport/article_72289.shtml#.Un23R_nrypA. Retrieved 2013-11-8.
  5. "Parks's WWE Smackdown Report 10/11: Ongoing "virtual time" coverage of Friday show, including Curtis Axel vs. R-Truth for the Intercontinental Title". Pro Wrestling Torch. http://pwtorch.com/artman2/publish/wwesmackdownreport/article_73887.shtml#.Un23k_nrypA. Retrieved 2013-11-8.
  6. "WWE NXT Spoilers From Winter Park, FL: John Cena and More". Pro Wrestling Insider. http://www.pwinsider.com/article/77312/wwe-nxt-spoilers-from-winter-park-fl-john-cena-and-more.html?p=1. Retrieved 2013-11-8.
  7. "Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI) 500 for 2012". Internet Wrestling Database. http://www.profightdb.com/pwi-500/2012.html. Retrieved 2013-11-8.
  8. "8/22 2CW results in New York: Bryan Danielson main-events, Jake Roberts announces retirement, American Wolves, Delaney (w/PICS)". Pro Wrestling Torch. http://pwtorch.com/artman2/publish/Arena_Reports_10/article_43318.shtml#.Un3Be_nrypA. Retrieved 2013-11-8.
  9. "Sun. update: Lockdown preview, White on Hunt, Raw tomorrow, Evans vs. Jones, Cena & Punk on list". Wrestling Observer Newsletter. http://www.f4wonline.com/more/more-top-stories/118-daily-updates/25170-sun-update-lockdown-preview-white-on-hunt-raw-tomorrow-evans-vs-jones-cena-a-punk-on-list. Retrieved 2013-11-8.

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