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WWE films interviews for Jon Huber tribute video

The PWInsider.com website is reporting that several WWE Superstars filmed stuff for a Jon Huber video before Monday Night Raw went on the air this week so this could be either a Network special or part of a segment that will air on television. The company also created a tribute video that will hopefully air on either NXT and/or Smackdown since it was missing from Raw.

One man who was missing from those videos was Seth Rollins but the former WWE champion wrote a glowing tribute to his former colleague in a post on Instagram, saying that he still cannot come to terms with reality and his heart is broken.

Rollins wrote how he vouched for him to get hired for FCW and The Shield and The Wyatt Family then went on to a hell of a run on the main roster together. “I’ll always love him for prodding Bray and Braun to see how far they’d take their ridiculous one-upsmanship. He was often a monitor sellout because we’d all be waiting to see how many of Dana’s poses he’d sneak in during his match,” Rollins wrote.

He said he looked up to Brodie not just because he was a big man, but because of how he was as a father and a husband and he hopes he can carry a bit of that with him. “I hope I can be to my family even a little of what he was to his. Love you, big man. Miss you already,” he concluded.

Speaking of Brodie Lee, Mick Foley also announced that he will be donating proceeds from his merchandise sales for the whole month to his family, joining CM Punk in doing the same thing.

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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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