CM Punk set to donate his next month’s merchandise sales to Brodie Lee’s family

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CM Punk, the former WWE star is among the plethora of stars in the wrestling world who paid tribute to Brodie Lee(formerly known as Luke Harper), who passed away recently at the age of 41. The former WWE Champion has come forward to donate his merchandise sales for the upcoming month to Brodie Lee’s family.

CM Punk to donate his merchandise sales to Brodie Lee’s family

CM Punk

The passing away of Brodie Lee has shaken the world of pro wrestling to its core. He is survived by his wife and children.

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Many stars have taken to social media platforms and paid homage to the former AEW TNT Champion. They have also shared many stories and as it turns out, he was one of the nicest persons in the industry.

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CM Punk has come forward to do his part and support the family of Brodie Lee. Pro Wrestling Tees recently announced on Twitter that the former WWE Champion has decided to donate his merchandise sales for the next month. He is also a top seller on the website.

Pro Wrestling Tees wrote: “CM Punk has informed us that all proceeds from any of his merch sales for the next month will be donated to Brodie Lee’s family. Thank you @CMPunk”

Check out the Tweet below:

CM Punk once gave advice to Brodie Lee

Punk and Lee were entailed in a feud when the latter was part of the Wyatt Family in WWE. They have shared the ring several times.

Punk and Lee had a singles match on Raw which ended with Punk winning via disqualification. The former WWE Champion had adviced Lee.

CM Punk set to donate his next month's merchandise sales to Brodie Lee's family - THE SPORTS ROOM
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Brodie Lee had revealed: “CM Punk once told me when we were feuding in 2014, I think, he goes, ‘Just so you know, man, everything in WWE could always be better.’ And it’s the same thing that rolls through my head all the time. Back then, I’m like, ‘No, f*** this guy, there’s no way that’s true,’ and it’s been true almost every [time].”

Three months following Lee’s release by WWE, he debuted as “The Exalted One” the leader of the heel stable, Dark Order on the March 18 edition of AEW Dynamite.