Amanda Huber comments on perfect tribute to her husband

In a long post on Instagram, Jon Huber’s wife Amanda hailed the tribute for her husband as perfect and the love in the building was real, radiating all night long.

“I tried so hard to use photos that captured last night and I’m unsure if photos could do it justice. I’m not even sure I have words that can come close but I’ll try,” Amanda wrote in her post.

She said she has not seen the show on television yet but it was both devastating and beautiful and a testament to one of the best people to walk this earth.

“I will never ever ever be able to thank @tonyrkhan and the @allelitewrestling family enough. No words will ever work. All I can say is that AEW is the most amazing community and Tony is easily the kindest & most genuine person I’ve ever met,” she continued. “He loved my husband. He loves wrestling. He loves AEW. And he loves my family. Real, authentic love.”

Amanda added that she’s been around this business for a very long time and has seen the absolute worst sides of it and if she didn’t live it for herself yesterday, she would not have believed the heartfelt and genuine love showed by everyone. “Not a single person was disingenuous. Nobody was just ‘putting on a show.’ It was real and raw emotion and just f*cking beautiful.”

Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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