In recent weeks, WWE has been doing a lot for its athletes of the future, going to sign over 15 new recruits for its Performance Center, who should soon start showing up in the NXT rings, at least all those. athletes who could already be defined ready for a landing on the rings of the Stamford-based company.
In the last class of recruits signed with WWE, there are already several wrestler names that have caused a lot of hype online, such as John Morrison's girlfriend, Taya Valkyrie, already seen in the rings of Impact Wrestling or those of the Lucha Underground, the son of Rick Steiner, Bronson Rechsteiner or Parker Boudreaux, who by many has been associated with Brock Lesnar, for his massive body and very stiff style.
Apparently, the WWE Mad Genius, who really knows a lot about wrestling, after a whole life spent in the most important backstage around the world of the discipline, is said to be training his gaze on the son of the historian Rick Steiner who, according to Paul Heyman, could become one of the most important stars of the entire federation between now and the next 20-25 years.
In his latest interview, released to Esquire Middle East, Paul Heyman said: "Rick Steiner's son is currently in the Performance Center class. He and someone else could truly become one of the stars of the next 20 or 25 years.
So there seems to be quite a lot of talent out there that could be taking over the next generation of Wrestlemania main events shortly. Parker Boudreaux now has a lot of stiff competition to deal with”.
Paul Heyman praises Parker Boudreaux and Bobby Steveson
Apparently, Paul Heyman may have already ruled, with two of the Performance Center names he believes will be great athletes for the future of WWE, even going so far as to be Wrestlemania main event "merchandise."
A real dream for all Performance Center patrons at the beginning of their athletic career. Along with Bronson Rechsteiner, Paul Heyman pulled no punches when it came to heaping praise on Parker Boudreaux and Bobby Steveson, too.
Both of these prospects have a considerable background in the amateur sport. "Parker Bordreaux is a very interesting human being that took his education very seriously. He's not just a meathead. He's a six foot three, six foot four 300 pound athlete who has one hell of a head on his shoulders.
So Parker Bordreaux is doing what everyone else does. He's starting from the bottom. He has reported to the WWE Performance Center. And he's got to work his way up to the top. There's a lot of roadblocks on the way. Do I think he can navigate them? Absolutely."