A WWE Hall of Famer who knows Bron Breakker well feels like the former NXT Champion is ready for the main roster.
When the WWE NXT roster was rebranded “NXT 2.0” in September 2021 when Vince McMahon felt that they needed to build characters that were more built to be main roster superstars.
About a year after that, the 2.0 branding went away when Vince McMahon was removed as WWE’s Chairman. Triple H was running the WWE main roster while Shawn Michaels has been in charge of the NXT brand since the 2.0 days started.
One of the wrestlers at the forefront of the NXT re-brand was Bron Breakker, who made his TV debut just before he turned 24 years old. Even though fans knew that Bron was the son of WWE Hall of Famer Rick Steiner and nephew of WWE Hall of Famer Scott Steiner, the company decided not to give him in the Steiner name.
In the 2.5 years since his NXT TV debut, Bron Breakker has been the top babyface of the brand for over a year as a two-time NXT Champion and he also spent most of the last year as a heel. During that heel run, Breakker has feuded with the likes of Carmelo Hayes and Von Wagner.
Scott Steiner Wants To See Bron Breakker On WWE Main Roster
In an interview with Sportskeeda’s WrestleBinge, Scott Steiner was asked if he had any advice for his nephew Bron, who is 26 years old with a very bright future.
“I already told him, it’s do what he does. Keep on copying my s**t.”
That comment may have been a bit facetious, but when watching Bron Breakker, he does resemble Uncle Scott more than his father Rick.
Scott was also asked about his nephew Bron going to the WWE main roster while also adding that he thinks Bron is already ready.
“They’re just gonna wait to bring up when the time’s right. It’s better to go up there with a plan in than not. It’s best for him to keep on learning. They’ll know when he’s ready. I think he’s ready now.”
As for what’s next, on the first episode of NXT in 2024, Bron and Baron Corbin decided to be a tag team in the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Tournament.