Brodie Lee Takes Shots At Vince McMahon, Bob Armstrong’s Health

During a segment on AEW Dynamite, Brodie Lee took shots at Vince McMahon, and WWE Hall of Famer Bob Armstrong is battling cancer.

Brodie Lee Takes Shots At Vince McMahon

Brodie Lee

On a recent edition of AEW: Dynamite, a segment featuring newcomer Brodie Lee was used to promote the wrestler and The Dark Order.

However, it also took some shots at WWE Chairman Vince McMahon, who Lee worked for before requesting his release and signing with AEW. The segment featured Lee and his Dark Order partners Alex Reynolds and John Silver enjoying dinner. Lee verbally abused the two over the direction of The Dark Order.

Lee kicked Silver out first before Reynolds followed, with Lee finishing his meal. According to Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio, the entire segment was done to mock McMahon. Meltzer noted that many within the WWE were “very upset” over the entire angle.

Lee made his in-ring debut for AEW, scoring a victory over QT Marshall in singles action.

During his run in the WWE as Luke Harper, the 40-year-old Lee captured the NXT tag team titles with Erick Rowan, the WWE SmackDown tag team belts with Bray Wyatt, Randy Orton and Rowan, and won the Intercontinental championship.

Bob Armstrong’s Health

Bob Armstrong

Bob Armstrong has always been a fighter, and the WWE Hall of Famer will continue doing just that as he battles cancer. Scott Armstrong, one of Bob’s sons, revealed that his father is battling cancer and is not receiving treatment by choice. He has bone cancer in multiple places, but continues to workout.

“Today my 80yr old Dad, WWE Hall of Famer Bullet Bob, asked if he could come over to get a workout!” Scott Armstrong posted on Twitter. “He’s got bone cancer in his ribs, shoulder and prostate and chose not to go through any treatment (his choice)! I put 30lbs on there and he said, ‘Gimme 100lbs!!!’ #Motivation.”

Scott Armstrong continues to work as a producer for the WWE.

Bob Armstrong, who will turn 81 years old this October, wrestled his retirement match in May last year. All four of his sons became wrestlers, following in his footsteps.

An inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011, Bob Armstrong won numerous NWA regional titles during his career.

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