After the AEW Rampage tapings, Brodie Lee Jr., along with Tony Khan, addressed the crowd following the Rampage Main Event.
Brodie Lee Jr. Talks To Crowd After Cameras Stop
AEW Dynamite celebrated its 200TH show this week in Tampa, Florida at the Yuengling Center. When cameras stopped filming during the live show on Wednesday, current AEW Champion MJF summoned the entire locker room out to thank Tony Khan.
In addition, Brodie Lee Jr., the late Jon Huber’s son, came out and addressed the crowd too, with Khan by his side. This all happened after the tapings for AEW Rampage.
Also known as the character, Negative One, the boy got the crowd to sing Happy Birthday to his buddy, Ben. He gave thanks to his amazing “boss” (Khan), as well as the fans after the song concluded.
Tony joked about the youngster calling him “boss”, saying he was actually a good friend. Khan prompted the live Tampa crowd to applaud the youngster, which they happily did.
It seems the Negative One was in attendance as the show was in his home state. It was nice that he was able to be a part of things, as AEW celebrates a major milestone in its tenure as a wrestling promotion.
The youth signed an AEW deal after his father’s passing in late 2020. Khan plans to add him to the roster once he is old enough to officially perform in the squared circle.
With that being said, Jr. also has ties with the WWE, as he was also in attendance at this year’s WrestleMania 39. Ahead of the WWE Universal Championship bout, Cody Rhodes gave the boy his weight belt before he clashed with Roman Reigns on the second night of the flagship event.
The Negative One was sitting front row for that big event. Looks like Brodie Lee Jr. has a very bright future ahead in wrestling, with plenty of options to choose from.