Bron Breakker

Bron Breakker (Bronson Rechsteiner) is an American professional wrestler who currently wrestles for NXT 2.0.

He is the son of Rick Steiner and the nephew of Scott Steiner. After months of training at WWE’s performance center in Orlando, FL, WWE announced that they had signed Breakker to a contract. Breakker Portrayed bodyguards for promotional segments during storylines with other superstars as well as a zombie along with several other wrestlers in a lumberjack match with The Miz and Damian Priest at Backlash 2021 which was a promotional match for WWE legend Batista’s new zombie movie at the time, Army of the Dead. Breakker made his official debut at the premiere of NXT 2.0 on September 2021 defeating fellow NXT superstar LA Knight.

Not too long after Breakker was already put in a rivalry with NXT world champion, Tommaso Ciampa which lead to a title match at Halloween Havoc 2021 where Breakker was unsuccessful in capturing the NXT championship. On December 5th at WarGames, Breakker teamed with Carmelo Hayes, Grayson Waller and Tony D’Angelo (as “Team 2.0”) to defeat Ciampa, LA Knight, Johnny Gargano and  Pete Dunne (“Team Black & Gold”) in a WarGames match with Breakker pinning Ciampa. At New Years’ Evil on January 4th, 2022, Breakker defeated Ciampa by submission via Steiner Recliner

(Camel Clutch) to win the NXT Championship. Essentially becoming the face of the newly repackaged NXT 2.0. His father, Rick Steiner celebrated in the ring with him.

It seems that WWE is extremely high on Bron Breakker, pushing him to be a world champion in 5 months after his in ring debut. I personally think he has what it takes and will be a huge star in the future. Being only 24 years old the sky is the limit for this young upstart. His wrestling skills are decent with a mixture of moves that his father and uncle executed during their careers. Breakker uses a military press power slam as his finisher which is very impressive along with the Steiner Recliner from time to time. He sounds very familiar to his Uncle Scott on the mic as well. I’d say if he keeps up the hard work and continues to get better there’s a 33rd and 1/3 chance that he will undoubtedly be a WWE world champion on the main roster one day.

By Wesley Raman