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Paul Heyman: WWE legend claims that ‘The Wise Man’ should manage NXT Superstar with huge potential

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WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash has recently made a bold prediction about the future of WWE NXT superstar Bron Breakker. According to Nash, Breakker is the perfect candidate to be the next ‘Paul Heyman Guy.’

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Paul Heyman: Legacy in WWE

Paul Heyman, a renowned figure in the wrestling industry, has managed some of WWE’s top Superstars over the years.

His list of protégés includes big names like CM Punk, Brock Lesnar, and Roman Reigns. He also worked alongside Steve Austin during their time at WCW.

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Kevin Nash’s Prediction

During an episode of his Kliq This podcast, Nash discussed Heyman’s future and singled out Bron Breakker as the ideal choice to work with the wrestling industry veteran.

He stated, “Take Roman and Brock out of the equation, you pick the next Hulk Hogan. You pick the next Stone Cold. You pick Roman. I would say [Rick Steiner’s] kid’s got the best fing chance. [Bron Breakker], he’s got the best chance’¦ give him fing Heyman.”

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Bron Breakker’s Rise in WWE

Bron Breakker, a two-time former NXT Champion, turned heel earlier this year and has called his turn the best thing he’s ever done in WWE.

Despite having a handful of matches on RAW, Breakker was not called up to the main roster as many had predicted during the recent WWE Draft.

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