Quill Gargano is on the fast track to WWE Superstardom. Second-generation performers are not a rarity in modern wrestling but Quill Gargano, the son of Johnny Gargano and Candice LeRae, appears to be getting a head start on most of his contemporaries.
Dubbed “Baby Wrestling” by the internet, Quill, who is still less than a year old, is already checking off major milestones that some wrestlers have been dreaming of for decades.
Quill Gargano Makes WWE “Debut” And Trends On Twitter
Monday, November 28 saw Candice LeRae make her return to WWE after several weeks on the shelf following an attack by Bayley and Damage CTRL. LeRae was successful in a match against Dakota Kai and after the event, she was interviewed by Cathy Kelley for the latest WWE Raw Talk and that is where Quill Gargano made his first official appearance on WWE programming.
— WWE (@WWE) November 29, 2022
After that, things became even more special for Quill Gargano. The youngest Gargano took the “finger point” photo with Triple H, a staple symbol of when wrestlers would sign with NXT. In the caption of the photo, Johnny Gargano joked that this was his son’s “official” debut and that by 2040, he would be WWE NXT Champion.
We had to make it official last night..
— Johnny Gargano (@JohnnyGargano) November 29, 2022
Following this, the term “Baby Wrestling” would even trend on Twitter with Johnny Gargano joking that his son has got “it.” Just a day later, Gargano took a photo of his son standing up by his trophy case with many of his NXT mementos, remarking that perhaps “Baby Wrestling” wasn’t trying to wait until 2040 after all.
Okay.. I think that point picture went to his head. He ain't waiting until 2040. pic.twitter.com/iYAuRO93k5
— Johnny Gargano (@JohnnyGargano) November 30, 2022
Gargano and LeRae’s first son was born back on February 17, 2022, and Gargano noted on a previous Twitch stream that Triple H promised to take the photo with the newest member of The Way.