Huge WWE star pays tribute to Austin Theory



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Huge WWE star pays tribute to Austin Theory

Austin Theory is undoubtedly one of the most promising youngsters in the entire WWE. He currently plays in the main roster, in the side of Monday Night Raw and is increasingly the protagonist within the red show. In the last few weeks, he has been the protagonist of curious and sometimes funny curtains with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon, one of the most faithful to his growth.

Vince and the entire WWE are betting a lot on Austin Theory, much appreciated by the young audience and which could represent the future of the company. Responding on social media, the female superstar Bayley, spoke about Austin and reported that the wrestler is her best friend.

We do not know the exact reason but on Twitter, the wrestler wrote: "I am currently talking to Austin Theory and the two of us are new best friends." Fans have appeared intrigued about this new friendship.

Bayley praises Austin Theory

A few weeks ago Austin Theory was involved in a curious storyline that saw him steal the golden egg from Vince McMahon.

Instead of punishing him, he thanked him for bringing him back (which is somewhat debatable) and gave him a title chance against WWE Champion Big E. On that occasion, it did not go well but the WWE really focuses a lot on this, considered together with Matt Riddle as one of the most interesting emerging wrestlers (Riddle is a few years older).

Emerging superstar Austin Theory talked about his childhood hero John Cena and talked about his goal for the future and Wrestlemania in a recent interview with Alternative Sport. Here are her words: "As far as I'm concerned, I love being consistent and being prepared for every match.

Yes, I think a challenge for the US title, at Wrestlemania, would be fantastic. A match for the intercontinental title, a match for a WWE title would be fantastic." While DDP thinks Reigns should be the man to face the Hall of Famer, Russo believes that a young star like Austin Theory should get the rub from Goldberg.

"People have beaten Goldberg, so Reigns beating Goldberg on his way out, I don't think it means anything. In my opinion, I think it should be somebody that WWE really wants to build and get over. I'm just going to throw this out there - and, again, I don't know how serious they are - if they really want to get Austin Theory over or somebody like that, that's going to mean something," said Russo.