Seth Rollins on Bron Breakker using expletive on NXT

Sep 29, 2021 - by Marc Middleton

Seth Rollins took to Twitter during this week’s WWE NXT 2.0 and reacted to the promo delivered by Bron Breakker.

As noted, this week’s NXT show featured Breakker and NXT Champion Tommaso Ciampa trading warnings via promos. You can click here for details and video of what both Superstars had to say.

Breakker’s promo included a line about how he “don’t give a shit” if his words are harsh.

“My name is Bron Breakker,” Breakker said. “Bron Breakker is high energy, high intensity, high impact. The last two weeks feels like I’ve been shot out of a cannon, I love it! In the ring I’m trash talking, my veins are bulging, my heart rate’s off the charts. It’s a white knuckle thrill ride. I know the locker room is full of studs but I’m here to whip ass and if that’s harsh, I don’t give a shit. If you want a friend, go get a dog, because make no bones about it, my goal is to be NXT Champion. Tommaso, I’m not a patient guy.”

Rollins commented on the “don’t give a shit line” after the segment aired on TV.

“I guess we can say shit now. Very exciting. #shit,” Rollins wrote.

For what it’s worth, WWE did bleep the expletive from the segment when it was uploaded to YouTube, which you can see in the link mentioned above. It was recently reported how WWE Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon had plans for NXT to be a more edgier product, which included in-ring work and aggression, harsher language, and other changes.

Natalya responded to Rollins’ tweet with a laughing emoji, but Breakker and Ciampa have not responded as of this writing. You can see their full tweets below:

One Response

  1. Imma Hullo says:

    Isn’t the whole point of the rebrand supposed to not make NXT seem so different from RAW and Smackdown? As such why aren’t they all getting similar make overs.

    Or what is it going from “beat the indy out of them” to “beat the risqueness out of them” when they get promoted.

    I have enjoyed a lot more of the character and storyline care of the new NXT but WWE in general needs to put more into them across all brands. Have stories with actual events and consequences that go beyond the arena. There is no reason feuds like Edge vs Rollins and Drew vs Jinder were as soft balled as they were.

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