Over the past few weeks, WWE has unveiled several great new Superstars at NXT, with their futures being rosy, as well as dark. In the last two years, in fact, WWE has made it clear to all its crew that everyone is useful and no one is indispensable, with all the latest releases that have also touched great names, such as Nia Jax, Bray Wyatt, Keith Lee and Karrion Kross and many other world champions in recent WWE history.
If all these athletes have left, like it or not, many others have arrived fresh in the rings of the second version of NXT, with some of them having already been shot in the main event, as Bron Breakker or as Von Wagner, already seen both in the NXT rings and in the backstage of Smackdown, where he plays the bodyguard of Adam Pearce.
Apparently, the WWE, especially against Bron Breakker, son of the legendary Rick Steiner and grandson of the equally legendary Scott Steiner's said to have great future projects, with his name that was immediately included in a very interesting storyline.
with the absolute champion of the third WWE brand: Tommaso Ciampa. Until October 2019, Goldberg lived in his house in Bonsall, California, which he purchased in 2001. He had purchased a Mediterranean-style mansion in 2001. The home was a large one set on 17.5 acres and was 4600 square feet.
It also had a large swimming pool. Bonsall, California is located 15 miles north of San Diego, California. Goldberg also has a large car collection as a result of which he had a 20 car garage. When he listed it for sale, the mansion was valued at $3.2 million.
Bron Breakker praises Goldberg
In his latest interview with Graham Matthews for Daily DDT, the athlete son of art who was absolute protagonist tonight at WarGames, he wanted to publicly thank the former colleague of his father and uncle in WCW, Bill Goldberg, current WWE part-time Superstar, as well as a WWE Hall of Famer.
In his speech, Bron Breakker in fact wanted to say towards Da Man: “I had a lot of conversations with him. I've known Godberg since I was a kid because I kept hanging around backstage when I was growing up and I was often in WCW and stuff.
Bill was really and extremely helpful to me. We had a lot of discussions about what I wanted to achieve and all the advice he gave me to help me grow professionally. It was truly incredible."