Synndy Synn is the ring name used by a former professional female wrestler, Amanda Huber. She is best known as the widow of Jonathan Huber, a professional wrestler who performed under the ring name, Brodie Lee and Luke Harper. Unfortunately, he died on December 26, 2020, at age 41.
Synndy grew up in Rochester, New York, but the details about her birth date, family background, and academics are unavailable. She developed a passion for wrestling while studying in school. However, Synn first entered the industry as a manager.
Synndy Synn Late Husband, Brodie Lee
Synndy first met her future spouse when they were both working on the independent circuit. Amanda took her stage name as Synndy, while, Jonathan performed under the ring name, Brodie Lee.
After dating for a while, the pair exchanged their wedding vows in 2008. On December 14, 2020, Amanda shared a loving picture of her now late better-half. On the caption, she wrote:
I love you more then have ever found the way to say. Happy 9 years of burgers, milkshakes, and adventures.
Unfortunately, Synn will not be able to celebrate her tenth wedding anniversary. She and Brodie were a perfect couple who never got involved in any controversies.
Synndy and Brodie's Kids
Amanda and Jonathan shared two children and they often posted pictures of their kids on social media. Their first son, Brodie was born in 2012, while, their second son, Nolan was born in 2017.
Despite both being wrestlers, the Hubers raised their kids in a jolly environment. Further, Jonathan was protective of his child and preferred to keep them out of the spotlight.
There is no exact information about Amanda "Synndy Synn" Huber's net worth. As per some sources, Synn along with Brodie shared a combined net worth of $3 million. Throughout his career, Brodie performed in the independent circuit, WWE, and All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Some of the female wrestlers like Asuka and Brandi Rhodes also has a decent fortune.
Talking about Synndy, she began her professional wrestling career in 2003. After six years in the ring, Synn officially retired in 2009. She was named one of the rising young wrestlers in Rochester. Besides, Synndy was the first female Cruiserweight Champion in her training school.
Brodie Lee Death
Amanda revealed that Brodie had been treated for a non-COVID lung issue at the Mayo Clinic in Florida. He had been hospitalized in the I.C.U since late October 2020. Unfortunately, Brodie passed away on Boxing Day on December 26, 2020.
The leagues Brodie worked with expressed their condolences. WWE and All Elite Wrestling wrote a touching statement praising the late professional wrestler. Similarly, fans and people around the wrestling world poured their memorials.
Watch Luke Harper or Brodie Lee's greatest moments!
To honor Brodie's death, AEW gave his eldest son, Brodie, a memory of a lifetime. At a recent Dynamite taping, the young Brodie beat Kenny Omega for the AEW World title. The gesture was a lot more than an early Christmas present for the son of a wrestler who loves the business.