Cora Jade has recently spoken about her relationship with NXT Champion Bron Breakker, as the pair continue to be two of the fastest rising stars in the company and the future of the WWE.
Cora Jade as been a key part of the promotion since signing for the company in 2021 and has even made brief appearances on the main roster in the last few weeks.
Both wrestlers are making a name for themselves in the promotion, although some may not know that the pair are currently in a relationship. They have been dating for a number of months, having met in NXT after their signings in 2021 and have continued to see each other throughout their time in WWE.
While speaking with Wrestling Inc, Cora Jade revealed she was dating Bron Breakker, having started out as just friends in the WWE Performance Centre. She then said how they got close and began to date, and how impressive it is how quickly he has taken up wrestling and is impressing everyone with how fast he is picking things up and improving.
“We were just friends for a while here at the PC, just as friends and then we started dating sometime in the summer a few months ago, but he’s great”
“He obviously has family in wrestling … but him himself didn’t come from wrestling. He was in the NFL, so it’s cool to be able to see his progression as well, because I always joke with him all the time,” Jade continued, “and I tell him that he’s going to learn from me, because I’ve been wrestling longer than him. So I always joke with him about that, but just to pick on him.”
“He’s been picking up things incredibly. I feel like that’s the one thing he just can do everything perfectly,” she remarked. “It doesn’t matter what it is. He picks up things so quickly. He’s a professional. He’s always willing to learn. He loves this. He has passion for it, which I think is where we relate.”
Cora Jade recently appeared on Monday Night Raw, where she picked Rhea Ripley as Roxanne Perez’s opponent for their set of “Pick Your Poison” matches on NXT the following night. However, she has not been called up to the main roster officially and continues to wrestle for NXT on a weekly basis on Tuesday nights.
Cora Jade briefly wrestled in AEW in 2020, under the ring name “Elayna Black“. She wrestled a number of matches on AEW Dark before signing full time for WWE in early 2021.