There is no prophecy saying that the messiah (or anyone else for that matter) will be called a Nazarene.
On top of that no one is called a Nazarene in this passage.
Netzer does not equal Nazarene -- they are two totally different things.
This un-prophecy is based on a bad mistranslation.
Y'shayahu / Isaiah 11:1 speaks of "And a shoot / וְנֵ֖צֶר / netzer shall spring forth from the stem of Jesse, and a twig shall sprout from his roots." This is an actual messianic prophecy -- but Jesus does not fit it. It is speaking of the fact that the messiah will be from the tribe of Judah through the line of Jesse (King David's father) -- and per the Christian bible Jesus was not a member of the tribe of Judah, and thus not of this kingly line. The passage also speaks of the fact that in this time the world will all know G-d (not true in the time of Jesus, or even today) and world peace. . .
Definitely messianic -- and definitely Jesus fails to fit the bill.
And the passage has nothing to do with Nazareth / Nazarene.
Many missionaries shrug off this "little problem" that there is NO prophecy that the messiah will be from the non-existent town of Nazareth. They say it is a “lost prophecy”— or even funnier -- an "oral one" (they say the oral tradition in Judaism is nonsense -- but here they want to use it as proof??). If this was a "lost prophecy" how would the author of "Matthew" know about it? Why would he expect his readers to know of it, too?
Let's ignore the town of Nazareth momentarily -- and the idea of a "lost" prophecy. Instead of insisting that Jesus living in Nazareth fulfilled some prophecy let's examine the thought that Jesus was going to be called a "netzer" (branch).
Show me in the Christian bible where Jesus is called a "netzer."
There is no such passage.
Romans 15:12 says "root of Jesse" -- but not "branch" -- and the Greek word is ῥίζα (rhiza).
So yet another claimed prophecy which, at first glance seems to fit Jesus -- but falls apart upon examination.
There was no town of Nazareth 2000 years ago.
There was no prophecy about a town called Nazareth, or someone being a Nazarene.
Jesus was never called a netzer.