News Update on Tyler Breeze's status

Discussion in 'RAW' started by Shadow, Oct 20, 2015.

  1. Source: PWMania

    Come on, just let him debut at HIAC against Cena. It'd be a perfect way to send him off.
     
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  2. Breeze debuting at HIAC and taking the title away from Cena would really tickle my fancy.
     
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  3. It'd definitely be another Hulk/Rock-like moment for sure, maybe even bigger.
     
  4. Or... Knowing WWE, Tyler gets treated the same way he's been treated in NXT for a while now... Which is unacceptable.
     
  5. Tyler Breeze debuting and beating Cena for the US Title is a lot better and more plausible than that strange-as-hell rumor that's been floating around that he's gonna debut by attacking both Lesnar and Undertaker inside the cell lmfao.
     
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  6. LOL, trolls gonna troll. Whoever made that up knows dick about wrestling.
     
  7. Yeah, why not debut him at the PPV and beat Cena with a dirty pin or something, then have his Raw debut with the US Title...

    ...well... that starts a feud with Cena and we know how that goes. Never mind! :dawg:
     
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  8. To Balor,

    In what way is how Breeze has been treated in NXT unacceptable?
    He's been a constant presence on TV for NXT since he debuted the gimmick bar the time he spent injured. He spent close to an entire year in the title picture. Main eventing or semi main eventing Takeovers during the Neville run. He was trusted to work with people coming in who the company has high hopes for, both greenhorns and veterans, big names and no names. He got to wrestle Jushin fucking Liger in Brooklyn for Christ's sake.

    Tyler Breeze has been a MVP of NXT because he delivers in whatever position they gave him. He was the perfect gatekeeper. And they always had something planned for him once his current focus was over and done, that's proof enough that they valued him highly. He's the first NXT male talent since Xavier Woods to be brought up to the main roster without a title run of any kind, and unlike Woods he didn't get called up because he earned a degree. That should be telling enough about the value of the guy.

    People have no idea what the word unacceptable even means these days.
     
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  9. I said 'unacceptable' in a way that Breeze never wins the 'big one'. He never held the title in NXT and yet he's deserved it due to his performances.
    That is all.
     
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  10. True stars don't need belts. Not winning a title doesn't make his run in NXT "unacceptable". There's more value in a guy who looks like a star with or without a belt, than a guy who only looks like a star with gold around his waste.

    Roddy Piper never held the WWF title, Razor Ramon never held the WWF title. Neither man's run could be classed as unacceptable.
     
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  12. Honestly, I think Balor's reaction is one based on being... for lack of a better word... traumatized by the "midcard for life"... Although usually you'd be right, Stop.

    Balor, you don't look at Tomoaki Honma or Big Ryck or Dalton Castle or Bram or even NXT's Aiden English as "unacceptable", but you know why that is.

    My main worry is that Breeze really got over due to all the effort and tweaks they put into the character. The "Tyler Breeze has left the building", adding the phone screen eventually, the cool entrances, upgrading to the selfie stick... They did all this work to keep the gimmick fresh while Breeze proved he's a damn workhorse. Just worry about that the powers that be will just see him as Fandango, whether that means "undercard fodder" or "doing the exact same gimmick for three years"
     
  13. Out of those names you mentioned, I actually do find Honma's situation as 'unacceptable'. Yeah, his gimmick is sort of a lovable loser and he always makes the guy he's facing look good. But, Honma deserves more than to just be losing all the time. I'm at least hoping to see him win the NEVER title, someday.

    As far as Breeze goes, I hope they don't mess him up. Even 'Midcard4Lyfe' with a US title/tag title runs (or perhaps even IC title run) is better than being an undercard fodder.
     
  14. Show Spoiler
    Debuted on SmackDown.
     
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  15. #SummerBreeze
     
  16. I think he will challenge Cena put Dolph will cost him the match
     
  17. Hey! I'm the only one allowed to tickle your...

    All right, this is getting WAY too easy lately :pity2:


    Oh and I would LOVE to see that happen at HIAC. Having both Tyler Breeze and Kevin Owens holding the two belts that were meant to be given to up and coming wrestlers and sort of grooming them for the main event would be perfect.
     
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  18. You're not gonna be allowed to tickle anything unless you start behaving yourself, pervert.

    That's the beauty of Cena's US open challenge. Anyone can come out. And Breeze defeating him in his first match and taking the US title would do wonders for his career (assuming Cena doesn't bury him when he comes back, lol). Breeze defeating Cena and then feuding with DZ with the US title involved would be damn sweet.

    But also, I am hoping for a surprise Sami Zayn/Daniel Bryan return!
     
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  19. Don't pretend you don't love it, babe ;)

    Daniel Bryan would make me very happy :) The show definitely needs him back.
     
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