Bron Breakker says he’s not thinking about being called up to WWE’s main roster

The former NXT Champion states that he's focused on the day-to-day and he's not looking too far ahead into the future

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Bron Breakker makes it clear that he’s focused on the now.

The NXT Championship reign of Bron Breakker was ended at the ‘Roadblock’ special on March 8th. He put the title on the line against Dolph Ziggler and Tommaso Ciampa in a Triple-Threat and Ziggler left as champion.

Coming off of his title loss, Breakker made the media rounds to promote Stand & Deliver which is scheduled for April 2nd at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. Breakker was interviewed by The Dallas Morning News and was asked if he’s thinking about the possibility of being called up to WWE’s main roster.

Breakker stated that he’s focused on the day-to-day of his career and he’s never thinking too far ahead into the future. Breakker is focused on getting back into the title picture.

Nah, I’m focused on my day-to-day, what’s going on. Take it a day at a time. I’m not thinking about that. Just focused – I was focused on being the best NXT champion that I could possibly be, you know, and now the focus is to redeem myself and try to earn it back at some point in time. Get back in the title picture at some point in time. Yeah, I don’t focus on that.

This past Monday on Raw, Breakker made his main roster debut and teamed with Tommaso Ciampa to defeat Robert Roode and the newly crowned NXT Champion Dolph Ziggler.

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