The professional wrestling business has seen its fair share of second or third generation superstars. While some might feel that it is easy for a second generation superstar to get into the business, it is not necessarily the correct assumption. Coming from family with wrestling family might open the door that is shut to many others but once you get in, it’s your talent that decides whether you go far or whether you fall short of your goal.
While current generation has some interesting names that belong to the category that we are talking about, it is the next generation that this list is concerned about. So here are some of those WWE superstars and their kids that could join the WWE next.
#5 Samu – Lance Anoa’i
The Anoa’i family is known for producing some great wrestlers. Lance Anoa’i apparently has enough potential in him to live up to the expectations. Son of Samu (2-time WWF Tag Team Champion), Lance made his professional wrestling debut back in 2010. The 24-year-old has some good experience and some championship wins to showcase on his resume and he even wrestled in WWE once.
He teamed up with Rhett Titus against The Ascension in a squash match on SmackDown back in 2015 but this remains as his only taste of life in WWE. He also appeared as a security guard during the segment in which Brock Lesnar and Goldberg had a face off on Raw prior to their Survivor Series match.
With the age on his side, Lance could return to WWE and be a mainstay there.