Bron Breakker talks about his uncle and his father, The Steiner Brothers, finally being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
Scott Steiner and Rick Steiner have had great singles wrestling careers, but as The Steiner Brothers, they were a dominant tag team.
They took their rightful place in the WWE Hall of Fame on Friday, April 1. before then, WWE and Scott Steiner had a tumultuous relationship but that is in the past, and Bron Breakker, speaking to Sean Ross Sapp ahead of WrestleMania 38, expressed how happy he was to see everyone come together for his first Wrestle Mania weekend.
“It’s so cool, man. It’s so cool that my family is here with me and gets to be part of this whole experience that is WrestleMania and my first WrestleMania weekend. We’re excited, man. Everybody. We’re so happy to be here. Just taking it all in. It’s cool,” said Bron.
Another member of the WWE family that made his return to TV during WrestleMania week was Triple H. Triple H recently announced his retirement following a cardiac event he suffered in 2021 and hung his boots up for good, leaving them in the ring at WrestleMania 38.
Bron Breakker, the flagship performer of NXT 2.0 expressed how happy he was to see Triple H participate in WrestleMania weekend as well.
“It’s good to see him. It’s such a blessing that he’s doing better now and with his family. I honestly, I can’t wait to see him. I haven’t seen him this weekend and I can’t wait to just catch up and talk with him. I’m so glad that he’s healthy and doing much better. That’s the main thing, man. I’m just happy,” said Bron.
While Breakker came up short at NXT Stand & Deliver he would become the first person to ever win the NXT Championship on Raw when he defeated Dolph Ziggler on April 4.