New details on Bron Breakker's future

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New details on Bron Breakker's future

In recent days, there has been a lot of talk about athletes who could soon switch from the NXT roster to that of Monday Night Raw or Friday Night Smackdown, with numerous athletes from the WWE color show who are in fact about to make their big leap of quality in their career, like Tommaso Ciampa, now at the end of his journey in NXT.

Already during the two-year period 2020-2021, several athletes have moved into the WWE main brand to give a jolt to their career in the McMahon rings, such as the NXT archer, Damian Priest, currently alongside the WWE Hall of Famer, Edge, or the current Raw Women's Champion Bianca Belair, fresh from triumph in Wrestlemania 38, against the former champion Becky Lynch, who had beaten her on her return to Summerslam.

Apparently, in the last few hours, several names would have been approached from the NXT roster to those of the main roster, such as LA Knight or Raquel Gonzalez, an athlete who for a very short period had returned to being the WWE third roster duo champion.

If there has been one true benefactor from WWE's rebranding of NXT, it's Bron Breakker. The 22-year old son of Rick Steiner and nephew of Scott Steiner has been touted for big things in the future.

Backstage news on Bron Breakker

According to the latest rumors reported by the Wrestling Observer, through the voice of the usual Dave Meltzer, it seems that even the absolute champion of NXT, or Rick Steiner's son, Bron Breakker, could soon make the leap into the main roster, thus abandoning his stint at NXT after only a few months.

The words regarding this story of Meltzer were in fact: "Bron Breakker, who along with Gable Steveson has been referred to as the guys who will debut on the main roster soon and will also have a great push from the start."

Apparently, after spotting the Olympic gold medal winner at Wrestlemania, with the boy having a brief altercation with Chad Gable, WWE could soon finally bring that new face to its main roster, alongside the current NXT champion, who would thus make his official debut as an integral part of the WWE main brand and not just to make some appearances on Raw, like this week.

The current NXT Champion didn't specify which AEW show he went to, though it's likely that he and his father Rick attended the February 19th 2020 edition of AEW Dynamite in Atlanta, Georgia. It was the only AEW event held in Georgia before Breakker signed a contract with WWE.