Rick Steiner's Son Bronson Rechsteiner And Parker Boudreaux Are 'Coming In The Door' Says Triple H

Triple H has a couple of top prospects ready to make an impact in WWE, but it's up to them to put in the work.

Much has been made about Parker Boudreaux, a UCF offensive lineman, potentially joining WWE as he's been backstage at NXT tapings and has already drawn comparisons to Brock Lesnar due to similar looks.

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When asked about Parker's future in WWE on the NXT TakeOver: Vengeance Day media call, Triple H stated, "People look at somebody like Parker and are like, 'Oh, he looks like Brock Lesnar and immediately they go, 'He's the next big thing and he's got a big personality.' For all of this, you have to be ready to be a performer. Even Brock Lesnar wasn't a guy that, as amazing of an athlete as he is, you've got to be trained and know what you're doing and everything has to be done safely. Everyone that we bring in the door, you want to succeed to the best of their ability. All the tools are there for them to use. I say this a lot at the Performance Center; the generations that came before you have none of these tools. In some ways, they are limited because there are no live events and we're working around that. It's what they do with their tools."

He continued by expressing his excitement for Parker while also mentioning Rick Steiner's son Bronson Rechsteiner as a future WWE star.

"I'm incredibly excited with Parker Boudreaux coming in. Bronson Rechsteiner. We have a lot of people coming in the door. Just as I am about people who have been here for a while like Rik Bugez and a lot of people that are at the door, but COVID has slowed it down. They are right there. When I say the future is bright, that is what I'm talking about. The ability for the people who are on deck to explode into growth and be the next star and megastar. Yes, they have to be given the opportunity and platform, but a lot is the performer," said Triple H.

Rechsteiner reportedly received a WWE tryout in November 2020. He is a former football player who was briefly on the Baltimore Ravens.

WWE has not officially confirmed the signings of Boudreaux or Rechsteiner.

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