Von Wagner Reportedly Seen As 'Future WWE WrestleMania Main-Eventer' By Vince McMahon

Von Wagner made his NXT debut on Tuesday

Von Wagner has caught the eye of WWE management with Vince McMahon reportedly pinpointing the new NXT talent as a performer with the potential to headline WWE WrestleMania one day.

Signed in March 2019, Wagner made his official NXT debut on the brand's relaunch this week, replacing Kyle O'Reilly in the NXT Championship Fatal-4-Way Match which also involved Tommaso Ciampa, Pete Dunne and LA Knight.

The 27-year-old stands at 6 foot 5 inches tall and has previously received a lot of praise backstage in WWE for his progression, with his stock in the promotion rising since a showing on SmackDown last April. 

According to WrestleNews.co, Wagner has been given a lot of good feedback from WWE management with one source telling the outlet: "Vince sees him as a future WrestleMania main eventer. That should tell you everything about his future here."

Von Wagner is the son of former AWA/WWE/WCW star Wayne Bloom, and played football at the University of Central Florida for the UFC Knights.

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