Booker T has been mightily impressed by a standout on the new NXT 2.0 and says that Bron Breakker is ready for the WWE main roster now.
Two-time WWE Hall Of Famer Booker T is no stranger to the Steiner family. Booker T and his brother Stevie Ray battled Rick and Scott Steiner throughout the nineties as two of WCW’s standout tag teams. Later as singles competitors, Booker T defeated Scott Steiner for the WCW World Championship on the final ever edition of WCW Nitro.
Now speaking on his Hall Of Fame podcast, the five-time WCW Champion has turned his attention to the newest generation of Steiner, NXT 2.0’s Bron Breakker. T says that Breakker is ready for the rocket to be strapped to his back and pointed at the moon:
“He’s a main roster guy already. Bron Breakker, young Steiner, he’s a main roster guy right now. He’s not a guy we have to look at and wonder if he’s going to be a star or not. I’m just saying that because I’ve been impressed just from the outset. Having rhythm is something that most of the time is natural. When I look at this Breakker/Steiner kid, he can go. He doesn’t need to be packaged/repackaged, touched at all because you could tell he knows what he’s doing when he gets in the ring. That right there is second nature to him, it’s in his blood. I would just love to see that kid get the rocket put on him and send him to the moon.”
Bron Breakker made his NXT television debut on the inaugural episode of the relaunched NXT 2.0 looking impressive in defeating LA Knight. At the end of the night, Breakker became acquainted with new NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa and couldn’t take his eyes off ‘Goldie’ as the two men shook hands.
On the latest edition of NXT 2.0, Breakker and Ciampa teamed up and defeated Pete Dunne and his compatriot Ridge Holland.