During last Saturday's Royal Rumble, Braun Breaker interestingly participated in the men's Royal Rumble match, replacing Brock Lesnar, but ended up getting eliminated by Dominik Mysterio.
In one of the interviews, Bronbreaker stated that his affairs with Doomsday are not over and that he now feels that main menu It's your home.
However, on this Monday's Raw, SmackDown General Manager Nick Aldis received a phone call from the former NXT Champion, telling him he could move up the rankings. main menu And headed to Brand blue.
In an interview with Tim and Eli at Battleground, Shawn Michaels stated that Braunbreaker is still an NXT star and that he will have to work twice as hard if he wants to be in NXT. Brand For development and main menu.
He can feel it [main roster] It's his home, but he still has work to do here in NXT, like it or not. Our mission is to lose talent [para o main roster]. It's one of those that I'm going to have a hard time letting go of.
I can guarantee there's still more for Braunbreaker here in NXT, one way or another. He is an incredibly talented young man with many qualities. For me, he is young and, as we say, full of enthusiasm.
If he wanted to work twice as hard, he could certainly do it, but I wouldn't let him go [do NXT] Easily.
Braun Breaker will fight alongside Baron Corbin in the final of the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic tournament, at Vengeance Day next Sunday, February 4th.
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