Former AEW Star Sees ‘No Rush’ To Join WWE

Former AEW Star Sees ‘No Rush’ To Join WWE WWE/AEW

WWE Hall of Famer Arn Anderson has shone a light on whether he’d like his son, Brock Anderson, to make a move to WWE after their AEW exits.

Both Arn and Brock Anderson were signed to AEW, with the Horseman confirming his departure on May 31, 2024.

Brock Anderson’s departure was confirmed in October 2023 after his profile was removed from the AEW roster page.

Following Brock’s departure, Arn noted that he felt his son needed to gain more experience and would “have to make his own decisions” about the options for his future.

Recently on the ARN Podcast, Anderson discussed his son’s future and whether a move to WWE could happen, saying:

“It’s probably not time yet to even consider that [whether WWE NXT could help Brock grow], but yes, of course.

“It’s also good to go in the door with all your fundamentals in line, your reps. It’s best if you can get a little ring shape in when you walk in the door, other than just [being] an athlete from a different sport walking in.

“So that’s what we’re trying to do, is just hone his mechanics and expand his thought process.

“He’ll be somewhere soon. There’s no hurry. It’s not like rush, rush, rush, [we have to] get you a spot at one of the major promotions.

“It’s just making sure you do things right on the way up. That’s what we’re looking at.”

Brock Anderson had his last AEW match in August 2023 and would continue to work on the independent wrestling scene.

Anderson thanked those who supported him during his time in AEW, sharing a number of photos from his time there.

Following Anderson’s AEW departure, Jim Ross shared his belief that Brock’s ability would see him succeed elsewhere.

Transcript from Wrestling Inc.

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