NXT 2.0‘s Bron Breakker was a guest of this week’s episode of WWE’s The Bump to discuss this Sunday’s NXT Wargames event. When asked if he’s gotten any advice recently from stars on the WWE main roster, Breakker reveals he got some great advice while taking part in WWE’s last tour of the United Kingdom:
“I have, especially when I was on tour in the UK with the main roster. I tried to pick as many brains as I could. I tried to talk to everybody over there. And everybody was super nice over there too. Everybody was fantastic; they were just willing to help me. I can’t say enough great things about just everybody in the locker room. Drew McIntyre was fantastic. Guys like Sheamus, Cesaro, Riddick Moss, I could go on. I mean, everybody was awesome. Randy Orton was another one. It was cool, I figured, I just keep my head down, my mouth shut, and just kind of focus on my job and just try to do the best that I can do, and it was cool to see guys reach out to me and give me tips and pointers and things to help me so I couldn’t be more thankful for that opportunity and that experience.”
When asked how can he separate paying tribute to his family and carving his own path, Bron Breakker believes it comes down to what he’s been doing his entire life already:
“I just think it goes back to I mean, I’ve been in athletics my entire life,” Bron Breakker said. “I was a football player in college, and I played a short time in the pros. I was a three-sport athlete all the way through high school. I was a wrestler, I played baseball too, and I think I just naturally have an aggression to be physical and to be a fighter and I love getting hit in the mouth and bleeding man. I love getting in there, man. It’s fun to me. I enjoy fistfights and being physical with people. I think it just goes down to what I’ve been doing my whole life pretty much.”
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