Two people got the official “is All Elite” tweet signaling that Tony Khan has signed them to a long-term deal. Both are names you may have thought were already locked, as they’ve been around AEW for a bit.
Her late husband was All Elite. Her eldest son currently is. So it makes sense that Amanda Huber now has a job with the company. Executive Vice-President Cody Rhodes revealed yesterday (Oct. 15) she’ll work with him on AEW’s Community Outreach team.
GREAT day - Please welcome @MandaLHuber to The Community Outreach Team. @TonyKhan has placed her on the best team as we approach each community AEW performs in and make strides to do good when the cameras are on…and more importantly, when they’re off. Welcome Amanda! pic.twitter.com/mNvu98la6H— Cody (@CodyRhodes) October 15, 2021
Brodie Lee’s widow and -1’s mom reacted with a tweet of her own, which read:
Words can’t express how happy I am right now. The ability to be a part of AEW and work with the communities is legitimately a dream job.
Then, shortly after a banger with Bobby Fish on Rampage’s Buy In show last night, the company announced Lee Moriarty’s signing.
The Pittsburgh native has been wrestling on the independents since 2015, and has been working Dark and Dark: Elevation for the past few months. A charismatic cruiserweight some have compared to Bryan Danielson, Moriarty’s won over a lot of crowds the way he did Rampage’s Miami audience last night. The AEW roster is filling up, but he definitely has potential to stand out.
I mean, he’s already got an official theme...
Congrats Amanda & Lee!