Kevin Owens’ Son Gets In WWE Ring For The First Time

Kevin Owens

Kevin Owens has taken his first steps into the family business.

Wrestling is littered with sons following their famous fathers into the ring, and WWE could eventually see another second-generation star build a career of their own inside the squared circle.

Kevin Owens and his son were in attendance for Game 7 of the NHL Stanley Cup Final between the Florida Panthers and Edmonton Oilers, and the WWE star made some interesting comments in an interview with NHL Now.

During the conversation, Owens revealed his 6’8”, 16-year-old son recently stepped into a WWE ring for the first time.

“He got in the ring for the first time. That might be an avenue. It was pretty awesome to see. With WWE, I’m able to bring him to best possible place to start training. It’s great to see him have the interest and at least give it a shot and see what happens,”

Kevin Owens At War With The Bloodline

While KO might be excited to see his son take his first steps in the ring, things haven’t been going too well on SmackDown. On the most recent episode of the Blue brand, Kevin Owens was one of three stars utterly demolished by Jacob Fatu as he made his WWE debut.

Owens and Randy Orton had come to the aid of Cody Rhodes after he was attacked by The Bloodline as he took on Solo Sikoa. With Rhodes, KO, and The Viper seemingly getting the upper hand, Fatu appeared from nowhere to destroy the trio, finishing by driving The American Nightmare through the announce table.

H/t to Fightful