I guess he isn’t a fan. WWE has been undergoing a variety of changes in recent months and there is nothing to suggest that those changes are going to be ending anytime soon. While several of these changes have been taking place on the main roster, there have also been multiple changes in NXT. One of them does not seem to have set well with a top NXT star though and he let fans know about it this week.
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The ending segment of this week’s NXT saw Grayson Waller call out NXT Champion Bron Breakker for a fight. Breakker appeared and speared Waller, only to knock himself unconscious as Waller revealed that he was wearing a bullet proof vest. Following the show, Waller tweeted a photo of the ending, plus a photo of Bret Hart doing the same thing to Goldberg in 1999. Waller said “That was for all the flops backstage at NXT that kiss Shawn Michaels ass every single day”. Michaels is the current head of NXT and a longtime Hart rival.
That was for all the flops backstage at NXT that kiss Shawn Michaels ass every single day #BreakBron #WWENXT pic.twitter.com/rMfN6d8iq1
— Grayson Waller (@GraysonWWE) December 21, 2022
It was a classic. Check out the original and the recreation:
Opinion: That’s kind of a random attack on Michaels, as he and Waller have not had any noteworthy interaction in NXT. Waller is someone who could be a top villain in NXT and antagonizing the legendary boss could be a good place to start. I’m curious to see if NXT goes anywhere with this, as it is the kind of thing that could work if they actually run with the idea.
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