While WWE shared some subdued tributes to the late Luke Harper on RAW, we’ve learned that WWE Brodie Lee tributes have been filmed. Also, a fan’s Stone Cold entrance goes viral.
WWE Brodie Lee Tributes Filmed
Brodie Lee tragically passed away  over the weekend. On the most recent episode of RAW, WWE did pay a subdued tribute to the late former Luke Harper.
In addition, a number of on air talent paid homage to Jon Huber throughout the show .
Per the report, tributes to Brodie Lee-Huber’s AEW and indy ring name-were recorded prior to RAW going on air Monday evening.
That the company spent time and energy on recording yet-to-be-aired tributes is an interesting development.
There is no word on exactly what WWE might have planned, or when they might air them. Or for that matter, if they will.
As we’ve learned how much Jon Huber meant to so many of his peers , it’s also entirely possible that WWE is producing a private tribute to share with Huber’s family.
In the grand scheme, I would expect that the videos may be a part of a much more involved tribute that fans could eventually take in.
I also suspect that there’s at least an outside chance that WWE opted for the lower key Monday tribute, in order to allow for Huber’s most recent employer (AEW) honor him properly first. 
Regardless, it seems fans of Jon Huber, Brodie Lee and Luke Harper might have a bigger WWE tribute coming soon.
Fan’s Stone Cold Entrance Goes Viral
Sometimes the world needs a break from the bad news, and that is what we got when a fan’s Stone Cold entrance goes viral.
Specifically, a young WWE fan decided to have his recent birthday party themed to Stone Cold Steve Austin.
It’s an unusual move, considering the birthday boy turned 4. Austin had been long since retired before the birthday boy was born.
But, the man of the hour truly nailed the theme. He was recorded doing an impression of Stone Cold’s entrance, and it was spot on.
Better still, a relative posted the clip on social media, and the entrance video went viral.
Happy 4th birthday to my brother Mason. So thankful mom brought you into this world and even more thankful that i get to call you my brother. I love you always!! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/7xKU2V0yaj 
— isis (@Iceesis) December 27, 2020 
So viral, in fact, that the Texas Rattlesnake himself commented on it.
Oh Heck Yeah!!! https://t.co/ngHPPxyRYm 
— Steve Austin (@steveaustinBSR) December 28, 2020 
WWE’s official Twitter account also wished the birthday boy (Mason) to have a happy birthday as well.
At a time, and in a year, when often good news is hard to come by, Masons’ birthday video comes at a perfect time.
Plus, as far as birthday gifts go, having a WWE Hall of Famer comment on a tweet of your version of his entrance video? It doesn’t get much cooler than that!