WWE Star Set For Major Push As Plans ‘Considerably Altered’

WWE Star Set For Major Push As Plans ‘Considerably Altered’ WWE

A WWE star’s creative plans have reportedly been “considerably altered” following an impressive run on TV in recent months.

After a wildly successful tenure in WWE NXT, Bron Breakker was moved up to the main roster in February, initially on SmackDown and then later being drafted to Raw in the 2024 WWE Draft two months later.

Since his move to Raw he embarked on a developing story involving he and General manager Adam Pearce, which saw him miss out on the line-up for the 2024 King of the Ring and proceed to take out his frustrations on his fellow roster members as a result.

This has led to a feud against fellow NXT call-up Ilja Dragunov being set up, with the two set to face-off on next week’s Raw.

While that may be Breakker’s immediate creative direction, it appears that the second-generation star’s performances in his short time on Raw thus far may have altered what’s to come in his future according to a new report from WrestleVotes.

Posting on Twitter, WrestleVotes revealed that Breakker could be in line for a major push as WWE Raw approaches the beginning of its massive Netflix deal in January 2025.

WrestleVotes wrote:

I’m told WWE has considerably altered its creative plans for Bron Breakker. The 2nd generation superstar has impressed many higher-ups in his short stint on RAW.

A source states Breakker is slated to be a major focus heading into the Netflix era.

‘With his age, speed, look, and pedigree, this rare combination of talents isn’t to be overlooked,’ said the source.

WrestleTalk will provide further updates on Bron Breakker’s reported WWE push as/when they become available.

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2 months ago by Jamie Toolan


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