Photo courtesy of All Elite Wrestling TV Features Brodie Lee. After years of feeling underused and unappreciated, Jon Huber finally got an opportunity to show what he was fully capable of in the world of wrestling. In March, merely a week after the pandemic drove America into lockdown, the former WWE wrestler best known as Luke Harper made his debut in All Elite Wrestling. Returning to his original wrestling name, Brodie Lee, and debuting as the heavily hyped Exalted One of the Dark Order, Huber immediately established himself as one of AEW’s top stars. Over the next few months he’d erase any doubts anybody might have had about him, creating one of AEW’s most vibrant characters, wrestling fantastic brawls against the likes of Jon Moxley and The Elite, and helping turn the formerly mocked Dark Order stable into a legitimate highlight of AEW. At the end of the summer Huber was the unquestioned star of what many consider the best wrestling segment of the year, when he shockingly dismantled AEW cover boy Cody Rhodes for the TNT Championship in two minutes, and then oversaw a systematic beatdown of Rhodes’ entire family. Huber lost the title back to Rhodes two months later in a brutal dog collar match, but that original title change, and the superlative work Huber had done throughout his AEW tenure, solidified him as one of the best and most valuable stars in the company’s short history.