5 WWE Superstars' children who could follow Bron Breakker to NXT 2.0

WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg & son (left) and Jillian Hall & daughter (right)
WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg & son (left) and Jillian Hall & daughter (right)

Several WWE Superstars' children could follow in Bron Breakker's footsteps and join NXT 2.0 in the next few years.

WWE Hall of Famer Rick Steiner's son Bron Breakker signed with Vince McMahon's company last year and made his NXT 2.0 debut in September 2021. The 24-year-old is currently one of the most talented performers on WWE's third brand and recently defeated Tommaso Ciampa at New Year's Evil to capture the NXT Championship.

Breakker is not the only second-generation superstar to ever compete on NXT. Several former wrestlers' sons and daughters have preceded him, including Bray Wyatt and Charlotte Flair. Other WWE Superstars' children could also follow Breakker to NXT 2.0 in the future. While a few of them are still training to become wrestlers, others are already active on the independent circuit.

Here are five WWE Superstars' children who could follow Bron Breakker to NXT 2.0.

#5. Former WWE Divas Champion Jillian Hall's Daughter: Victoria Hall

Jillian Hall joined WWE in 2003 and made her main roster debut two years later. The 41-year-old spent nearly seven years in Vince McMahon's company, during which she won the Divas Championship once. Nonetheless, WWE announced her release in November 2010. Over the next four years, Hall competed on the independent circuit before hanging up her boots in 2014.

The former Divas Champion has been married three times and now has two daughters. Her oldest daughter, Victoria, recently decided to follow in her mother's footsteps and become a wrestler.

Victoria made her first wrestling appearance at an independent event in February 2021. She posted a short clip from the show on her Instagram account. She also posted a photo with her mother backstage.

Hall was also in attendance during another wrestling show, during which her daughter competed a few months later. Hall's daughter is currently active on the independent circuit. Although she still lacks experience, Victoria Hall could join NXT 2.0 in the future.

In addition to being a professional wrestler, Victoria is also a mother. She gave birth to Jillian Hall's first grandchild in 2019. A year later, her mom welcomed her second daughter, Violet Elise Farrow, with then-boyfriend Zac Pharoah. The couple recently tied the knot on December 6, 2021.

#4. WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg's son: Gage Goldberg

Goldberg is a WCW and WWE legend. He first joined Vince McMahon's company in 2003. Nevertheless, he left in 2004 after winning the World Heavyweight Championship once.

A year after leaving WWE, Goldberg married stuntwoman and actress Wanda Ferraton. In May 2006, the couple welcomed their first son, Gage.

The former World Heavyweight Champion returned to WWE a decade later. After his comeback, he disclosed that his son wanted to see him wrestle. Gage then made a few appearances with his father on WWE television in the past few years.

Last year, Goldberg entered a feud with Bobby Lashley over the WWE Championship and Gage played a crucial part in that storyline.

Before Goldberg's match against Lashley at SummerSlam, MVP targeted Gage verbally. Goldberg's son then got physically involved as he tried to defend his father when Lashley attacked him after their bout. Nonetheless, the 15-year-old fell victim to The Almighty's Hurt Lock. To punish him for hurting his son, Goldberg then challenged Lashley to another match at Crown Jewel, which he won.

Seeing Gage get involved in a WWE storyline raised questions about his willingness to follow in his father's footsteps. In an interview with La Previa de WWE, Goldberg addressed the possibility of his son becoming a professional wrestler.

"I sure don't know. I have no idea what I would do in that situation. The fact is I'm his father, along with his mother, we support everything that he does. He makes a decision and we back him 100% (...) I don't know if that's something he'd like to pursue. But as a father, you know, I have to be behind him 100% and I know that he would do nothing but carry on the name in a positive way," he said.

Like his father, Gage is an athlete. He plays different sports, including football. However, fans could also see him join NXT 2.0 in the next few years if he decides to pursue a career in professional wrestling.

#3. WWE EVP Triple H and CBO Stephanie McMahon's daughter: Aurora Rose Levesque

Triple H is one of the greatest wrestlers in WWE history. He is a 14-time world champion and a WWE Hall of Famer. His wife Stephanie McMahon has also competed in several WWE matches. Today, their oldest daughter, Aurora Rose Levesque, is preparing herself to follow in their footsteps.

A few years ago, Stephanie McMahon revealed that their 15-year-old daughter had already started training to become a wrestler.

"My oldest daughter has already started training. And I would encourage them to follow their passion, you know, whatever they believe in, as long as they work hard at it. I believe in a strong work ethic and I believe they can do anything in the world they wanna do, but they're gonna have to believe in themselves and work hard," she told FS1's First Things First.

Aurora's grandfather is WWE Chairman Vince McMahon. Her father is now the Executive Vice President of Global Talent Strategy and Developmental, while her mother is the Chief Brand Officer. Hence, seeing Stephanie McMahon and Triple H's daughter in NXT 2.0 is probably just a matter of time.

#2. WWE Hall of Famer Tito Santana's daughter: Jenni Santana

Tito Santana had three runs in WWE between 1979 and 1998, during which he won two Intercontinental Titles and two WWE Tag Team Championships. In 2004, he entered the WWE Hall of Fame. Although the 68-year-old was active on the independent circuit until October 2019, he has not wrestled for nearly three years now.

After practicing Brazilian Jiujitsu for several years, Santana's daughter, Jenni, recently decided to follow in her father's footsteps and pursue a wrestling career. In a recent interview with the Wrestling’s Greatest Podcast, she disclosed why she wanted to become a professional wrestler.

"Well, it was not that long ago. So, I actually had an interview and I interviewed with Hannibal and he was like 'Have you ever thought about wrestling? Have you tried it?' You know, and I was like 'No, I've never tried it' but I'm always up for something new like I love doing physical things, learning new skills, so I was like 'Sure, I will try this. It will be great' and I really fell in love with it, like I really enjoy it," she said.

Jenni started her wrestling training six months ago with former WWE Superstar Kizarny. Last December, Santana's daughter made her professional wrestling debut at an independent event. A few former WWE Superstars have praised her performance in her debut match. If she continues to do well, Jenni might join NXT 2.0 in the future.

Away from the wrestling ring, Tito Santana's daughter is a mother of two. She also holds a Master's Degree in education and currently works as a magnet program coordinator at a school district in Las Vegas.


Jenni and her father do not have a close relationship. In her interview with the Wrestling’s Greatest Podcast, she revealed that she did not know that she was Santana's daughter until only a few years ago. Nonetheless, the WWE Hall of Famer wished his daughter the best in her wrestling career during an interview with Hannibal TV last August.

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#1. Former WWE Intercontinental Champion Santino Marella's daughter: Bianca Carelli

Santino Marella spent nearly 11 years in WWE between 2005 and 2016, during which he won the Intercontinental Championship, the United States Title, and the WWE Tag Team Championships.

Marella has been active on the independent circuit since leaving WWE. His daughter, Bianca Carelli, is also currently an independent wrestler.

Nearly four years ago, Carelli started training at Tyson Dux Wrestling Factory in Canada. A few months later, she returned home to continue her training under her father's supervision at his Battle Arts Academy. Over the past two years, Marella's daughter competed in several promotions, including NWA and CCW.

Carelli has never hidden her desire to become a WWE Superstar. In 2019, the company invited her to a tryout in Toronto during SummerSlam week. However, WWE decided not to sign her up. Last May, her father posted a tweet urging Triple H and Stephanie McMahon to sign his daughter.

"Hi @TripleH & @StephMcMahon remember my little daughter @CarelliBianca? Well she’s a woman now, and has been coached since day one to be a total superstar! Biology degree is done this summer, then she’s ready for her time to shine!" he wrote.

Santino Marella's daughter recently participated in another WWE tryout last month. According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the company offered contracts to several talents. However, it is still unclear if Carelli is among the chosen ones. If she is, Marella's daughter could soon join NXT 2.0.

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