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There's no shortage of second and third generation Superstars in WWE. Notables on the current roster include Charlotte, Bray Wyatt, The Usos and Natalya. Being the son or daughter of a legendary wrestler can be a double-edged sword. We've seen some rise to new heights, while others struggled to make a name for themselves. Here are a few legacies I'd like to see in WWE sometime soon.
|Ross, Kevin and Marshall Von Erich|
Rumors that Marshall and Ross Von Erich are going to be a part of NXT have been circulating for quite some time. The sons of WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Von Erich and grandsons of the late, great Fritz Von Erich (also in the HOF) are amazing in the ring. They worked briefly for TNA and do a lot of wrestling in Japan. Growing up I was a huge fan of the Von Erichs and these two young men have picked up where their father and uncles left off. They've inherited the talent from Kerry and Kevin and take it to the next level. With WrestleMania being in Dallas this year, I'm still holding out hope that they'll be a part of the NXT show Friday night.
Tessa Blanchard would be an excellent addition to the Divas Revolution. She's the daughter of Four Horsemen original and WWE Hall of Famer Tully Blanchard and granddaughter of Joe Blanchard. Her stepdad is the great Magnum TA, so she's surrounded by wrestling greatness. Her sling shot back suplex reminds me of her father's finisher 30 years ago. Tessa is only 20 years old, but has a couple of years experience already. She will continue to develop and hone her craft and I have no doubt we'll see her on Raw one day soon, and as more than just a member of Adam Rose's entourage.
Richie Steamboat was a talented member of the FCW roster when it was WWE's developmental territory. He held the FCW title and was a tag champion with Seth Rollins. Richie is no longer wrestling because of an injury and surgery. However, in the wrestling business you never say never. His father, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat (also in the hall of fame) came back after a 15 year hiatus and wowed the crowd at WrestleMania 25. He stuck around briefly and wrestled Chris Jericho a few more times. I have no idea what Richie is up to these days, but with his bloodline, hopefully he's able to get in the ring again and make his way to the main roster.