Since his gimmick works so well in NXT, WWE has decided that Tyler Breeze will be using the same gimmick, theme song and entrance routine when he makes the move from the developmental program to the main roster. Management has already ordered his promotion to go through, so he will be doing double duty on some weeks until the end of the year. Rumors strongly persist that he will be paired with Summer Rae.
October 21, 2015
Those rumors about WWE giving Apollo Crews a major push turned out to be true after all. The developmental wrestler has now been named the number one contender to the NXT Championship currently held by Finn Balor. Crews leapfrogged over several other performers, including Tyler Breeze and Samoa Joe, to get that highly coveted spot. The belief is that there is a very good chance of him winning the championship soon.
October 15, 2015
There is said to be a little bit of resentment from the performers backstage in WWE towards the Tough Enough competition. The winner is guaranteed to make $250,000 in a year. That is more than what a guy like Tyler Breeze makes down in developmental, and he has already proven himself more than whoever will win the spot.
June 9, 2015
It was long rumored that WWE was going to use NXT performers at Wrestlemania before the front office decided to load up the Andre the Giant memorial battle royal with known wrestlers on the main roster. Well, it has now been revealed that one of the spots will be given to a developmental wrestler. During Axxess, a tournament will be held with Adrian Neville, Finn Balor, Hideo Itami and Tyler Breeze to determine the spot filler.
March 21, 2015
When it comes to developmental wrestlers being called up from NXT, Tyler Breeze has become somewhat of a forgotten man by WWE fans, thanks mainly to the infusion of big name stars on to the roster. However, the flamboyant star is being evaluated by management this week. He worked matches at live events over the weekend. No word yet on when he will be promoted, but management really loves his dedication to the character.
January 11, 2015