Bron Breakker for the sake of respecting the Steiner legacy in NXT

Bron Breakker is only a few months into his WWE career but he has already achieved a lot since his debut in NXT 2.0. Now, Breakker is setting the next goals he wants to achieve.

“It started with me becoming an NXT Champion,” said Breakker ViBe & Wrestling. “I think that’s my first goal in sight right now – it’s the number one goal. Then, long term, I want to stay WrestleMania. Whether it’s the main event, whether it’s the World Champion entering the show, or whether it’s winning the championship at WrestleMania. No matter the scenario, I want to stay WrestleMania.

“I wanted to be a reliable talent,” continued Breakker. “I wanted to be someone I could trust, someone the company could trust and put the weight of the world on my back and say ‘this guy can do it’.”

Bron Breakker challenged the NXT Championship. He appeared in a title match with Tommaso Ciampa on NXT’s Halloween Havoc special. However, Breakker pinned Ciampa and won Sunday’s main event NXT WarGames pay per view. That could lead to another championship match coming up.

Bron Breakker has a strong tradition in professional wrestling. He is the son of Rick Steiner and the grandson of Scott Steiner. Breakker incorporated some of the Steiner Brothers attributes into his act, but he said he would need to keep evolving if he wanted to achieve his goal.

“You have to move with the current product and what the trends are and what is going on in the sport right now,” explains Breakker. “I think you can’t stay one-sided, but at the same time, it’s important that I give back what my dad and uncle did for me. It just respects them that, you know, I’m doing some of the work that they did during the day. It was just me paying my respects to them. I look at them a lot. I just can’t think of a better way I could give that back and you know, have to respect.”

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