• Shows have been ongoing for the WWE despite the global pandemic
  • WWE recently released several veterans and staff members from the company
  • It's speculated that Vince McMahon has chosen who he would want to see step up as a future star

Big names have always been one of the most important reasons that keep WWE shows entertaining and iconic. Rumors have speculated that Vince McMahon has eyed a young star to become the next main event figure of the industry.

In each generation, there are a handful of wrestlers who manage to elevate their performance to become a staple figure inside the ring. Names like The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin are easily distinguished as the top athletes during their time. The current era has the likes of Seth Rollins and Bray Wyatt leading the charge as prominent performers.

But with the current direction the company is headed, Mr. McMahon appears to be ready for the future. The company went through a massive change laying off several stars and staff members highlighted by the release of Rusev, Kurt Angle and veteran official Mike Chioda. The rumored next in line for a push is the young Cal Bloom.

With shows still being aired without a live audience, WWE is still ongoing for everyone to enjoy. It was during this stretch where Bloom made an appearance and squared up against former WWE Champion Sheamus. As a newcomer, Bloom lost his match care of a Brogue kick that pinned him down for a three count.

The second-generation star has the physique that can help him in the industry as he stands at around six-foot-five and weighs at approximately 260 pounds. The American football background shows the athleticism and strength he is capable of inside the ring.

To add to these, Bloom is also the son of former wrestler Wayne Bloom who had a brief stint at WCW and the World Wrestling Federation under the name Beau Beverly.

Per Sportskeeda, writer Paul Davis shared that veterans have had great feedback in Bloom’s growth in the company.

“I’ve heard from people in WWE who have seen Cal Bloom’s training at the Performance Center and have said that he is someone who can be a main event Superstar in the next couple of years,” Davis said.

While it’s interesting to see what the future of the industry would look like, there will be no guarantees yet on how one’s career will pan out in the WWE.

The WWE logo hangs on a wall at a media conference announcing the all-star lineup of WWE WrestleMania XIX at ESPN Zone in Times Square in New York City, March 18, 2003. Mark Mainz/Getty Images