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    Posted: 11/February/2018 at 10:41
Quote WWE Superstar Tyler Breeze recently spoke with the folks at Planeta Wrestling for an interview. Featured below are some of the highlights, courtesy of WWENEWS.eu.

On having incredible matches in NXT and why he feels he didn't have a similar run when finally moving up to the WWE main roster: "It's all about timing. It was one of those things when I was ready to get out of NXT. I proved my point there and there really wasn't much more for me to do and it was time to go. Whether it's coming up here and for doing what I was doing, you have to adapt. It's a new environment and basically that is what I was doing the first little while. I was kind of comfortable in my NXT role and up here is not like that. You can't make the quick transition over, you have to adapt to new opponents, new environment, new TV shows and I was kind of minding my footing. Even getting paired with Fandango for the first little while, we where struggling to find where our chemistry was and we finally clicked. Being paired with Fandango really helps out. I help him out, he helps me out, and I think we've really done something special with that."

On who came up with the idea for 'The Fashion Files' and how they create their weekly segments: "It was kind of a mix of opinions. It was one of those thing when we were trying to find where our chemistry was and we just started to throw ideas out there and one of them was to be the Fashion Police. We just started with little ideas, little videos and all of the sudden it took off. We were having fun with it and other people were enjoying it and all of the sudden it became a thing. It was on Smackdown every week for about eight months and we are still doing it now, but we are trying to find the transition and try to focus on other stuff. But it was very important to get some momentum behind us."

On being left off of this year's Royal Rumble match: "Ha ha! It's one of those things… Everybody has their time, it's all about patience. I know that is very easy to get frustrated and seated at home asking, 'Why me?' It's all about patience. We have a extremely talented roster and everybody eventually get the chance and you just have to be positive and enjoy the ride."

 
He could be a politician with that straight bat answer. But then if he was honest about his main roster run he'd end up in the shit, because it's not gone as well as he would have surely hoped.
 
They pinched the name of a Melissa Rivers show to do stupid childish comedy that for the most part hasn't been funny and hasn't helped anybody either.
 
It's not "one of those things", it's a sign you aren't rated highly enough than 30 others are and that you need to up your game.
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Tyler Breeze sounds like a man who knows his role in WWE and is content with the money he’s making.

He knows that he’s a low card comedy act, basically a jobber and he knows that if he steps out of line he could easily be let go which is why he hasn’t said anything that portrays WWE in a bad light or suggests he’s unhappy.

To be honest he mainly did jobs in NXT so I don’t know why anyone expected him to be anything more than that on the main roster. The low card spots have to be occupied by someone and if he’s making a decent living Breeze really has nothing to be ashamed of. The Fashion Police do provide some pretty good comic relief on occasion.
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He sounds like he'll make a great Brooklyn Brawler, though. I doubt many wrestlers would turn that job down if they were given the option of well respected jobber who everyone loves, or indie darling washout with a bad attitude.
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Somebody has to lose matches so others can win. With his look and character Breeze was never going to main event but he is over, he’s doing his job by providing entertainment and enhancing the top guys that he loses to.

Of course he’d rather be headlining but I’d say he’s content doing his job and making money and just being part of the wrestling business for the biggest company.
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Originally posted by Fletch Fletch wrote:

Of course he’d rather be headlining but I’d say he’s content doing his job and making money and just being part of the wrestling business for the biggest company.
 
If you were jobbing you'd prefer it to be the Titus way though of having your own faction or being given extra responsibility in communities with charity work for E. Tyler poor lad just has to job LOL
 
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Tyler Breeze recently spoke with the folks at Sky Sports for an interview. Featured below are some of the highlights.

On how much he and most of the WWE roster enjoys the overseas tours in places like Britain and Ireland: "We don't get to go there too often so when we do show up, the crowds are a little bigger and they're very, very excited to see everything that they watch every week on TV in front of their faces, live. When we go over there we're so excited because the crowds are so excited and you can't help but feed off that energy and give it back. As soon as we finish those tours, we can't wait to go back. We're literally sitting here waiting to see what the schedule is going to be and what cities we're going to be going to. It's something that we get to look forward to. Some of those shows are so much fun."

On the creative chants that English crowds come up with: "They all have a little trait that stays with you. You almost have to get people to explain sometimes when the chants break out. You'll be in the ring wondering what they're saying. It's a big thing over there and it's great that people get into it that much. It's all part of the atmosphere and the culture and it's really cool to see people that into what we do."

Check out the complete Tyler Breeze interview at SkySports.com.

 
It's no wonder they love a UK tour. It's one of their most profitable times of the year and they get to perform in front of the best crowds in the world.
 
It's also around a fortnight of sightseeing and lads antics LOL
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Yeah you say Brits are the best crowds, but the Japs are polite and don't heckle you, mark like crazy if you spit on them or punch them, and will buy your dirty jock strap for 5000 yen, and buy you dinner if you tell them to.

Maybe it's a matter of preference?
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Originally posted by Fletch Fletch wrote:

Tyler Breeze sounds like a man who knows his role in WWE and is content with the money he’s making.

He knows that he’s a low card comedy act, basically a jobber and he knows that if he steps out of line he could easily be let go which is why he hasn’t said anything that portrays WWE in a bad light or suggests he’s unhappy.

To be honest he mainly did jobs in NXT so I don’t know why anyone expected him to be anything more than that on the main roster. The low card spots have to be occupied by someone and if he’s making a decent living Breeze really has nothing to be ashamed of. The Fashion Police do provide some pretty good comic relief on occasion.

Upon a second look at some of his slightly older matches I have to say Tyler Breeze is better than I initially gave him credit for. He seems pretty solid in the ring and I wouldn't mind him going back to his mirror gimmick as I read might happen in another thread. IF that happens and him and Fandango go their separate ways, I think what he might need is a female valet or on screen girlfriend, like Shawn Michaels had Sherri.  

He's not main event material but he's better than a jobber in my eyes. 


Edited by Kondor - 14/February/2018 at 11:54

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Originally posted by Kondor Kondor wrote:

Originally posted by Fletch Fletch wrote:

Tyler Breeze sounds like a man who knows his role in WWE and is content with the money he’s making.

He knows that he’s a low card comedy act, basically a jobber and he knows that if he steps out of line he could easily be let go which is why he hasn’t said anything that portrays WWE in a bad light or suggests he’s unhappy.

To be honest he mainly did jobs in NXT so I don’t know why anyone expected him to be anything more than that on the main roster. The low card spots have to be occupied by someone and if he’s making a decent living Breeze really has nothing to be ashamed of. The Fashion Police do provide some pretty good comic relief on occasion.


Upon a second look at some of his slightly older matches I have to say Tyler Breeze is better than I initially gave him credit for. He seems pretty solid in the ring and I wouldn't mind him going back to his mirror gimmick as I read might happen in another thread. IF that happens and him and Fandango go their separate ways, I think what he might need is a female valet or on screen girlfriend, like Shawn Michaels had Sherri.  

He's not main event material but he's better than a jobber in my eyes. 



He originally did have the valet, Summer Rae accompanied him for a brief time. She vanished from his side when Vince McMahon decided he didn’t like Breeze and demoted him to jobber status.

If they did reboot his Heartbreak Kid V:2 gimmick I think Dana Brooke would be a good fit for the valet. A tough but still easy on the eye lady who could run interference effectively.
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Originally posted by Fletch Fletch wrote:

Originally posted by Kondor Kondor wrote:

Originally posted by Fletch Fletch wrote:

Tyler Breeze sounds like a man who knows his role in WWE and is content with the money he’s making.

He knows that he’s a low card comedy act, basically a jobber and he knows that if he steps out of line he could easily be let go which is why he hasn’t said anything that portrays WWE in a bad light or suggests he’s unhappy.

To be honest he mainly did jobs in NXT so I don’t know why anyone expected him to be anything more than that on the main roster. The low card spots have to be occupied by someone and if he’s making a decent living Breeze really has nothing to be ashamed of. The Fashion Police do provide some pretty good comic relief on occasion.


Upon a second look at some of his slightly older matches I have to say Tyler Breeze is better than I initially gave him credit for. He seems pretty solid in the ring and I wouldn't mind him going back to his mirror gimmick as I read might happen in another thread. IF that happens and him and Fandango go their separate ways, I think what he might need is a female valet or on screen girlfriend, like Shawn Michaels had Sherri.  

He's not main event material but he's better than a jobber in my eyes. 



He originally did have the valet, Summer Rae accompanied him for a brief time. She vanished from his side when Vince McMahon decided he didn’t like Breeze and demoted him to jobber status.

If they did reboot his Heartbreak Kid V:2 gimmick I think Dana Brooke would be a good fit for the valet. A tough but still easy on the eye lady who could run interference effectively.

That's right, I thought he did (see how quickly Summer Rae vanished from my mind) but that's coming back to me now, my bad. I don't think Summer was the right person for that though. 

Dana might work as you suggested, she could even keep her statistician gimmick but talk about fashion statistics or the statistics of how many girls swoon over Tyler. 

See the thing with Sherri is that she was already WELL established as a top lady in both the ring and as a manager when she was with Shawn. In that regard I wonder if Paige would be better served in this role instead of/in addition to Absolution now that her in ring career is sadly done. Fantasy booking we are doing that WWE will never listen to but that would do wonders for Tyler.   


Edited by Kondor - 14/February/2018 at 14:28

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