Tyler Breeze is one of the long suffering NXT original talents who still awaits a call up to the main roster despite seeing the likes of Neville, Rusev, The Lucha Dragons, The Ascension and Kevin Owens all promoted ahead of him.
That being said, Breeze played a part in this week's Smackdown tapings as he defeated local wrestler Chuck Lennox from Maryland Championship Wrestling in the dark match to open the show.
Whether this is a hint as to the fact that Breeze could finally be heading to the main roster or this was just a filler match and Breeze was available is something that will become clear in the coming weeks, but at least things are looking up for the self obsessed superstar.
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Recently Breeze has been creating headlines for all the wrong reasons as he has been very outspoken over his jealousy over the fact that Kevin Owens was sent up the the main roster before him.
Prince Pretty has been in NXT for five years and it must have been a bitter pill to swallow that Owens, who had only been in development for a few months, was set to debut on Raw before him too.
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The money seems to be one of the deciding factors in the rush to head up to the main shows, but at just 27 years old, Breeze has a lot of life left in his wrestling career and his time could be better spent obsessing over his career rather than other superstar's.
Breeze has an original gimmick, heading to the ring with a selfie stick and taking pictures during his entrance as they are shown on the titantron and Full Sail University eats it up, but the problem is the fact that a WWE audience may not be as impressed.
Much like Adam Rose's "Rosebud" gimmick, WWE would be taking a huge gamble on Breeze if they were to allow him to debut with his current character. Whilst he isn't doing anything wrong in terms of audience interaction in NXT, it would be hard for the WWE Universe to accept this as an actual gimmick.
Breeze could be a top heel in WWE in the future and he should be watching Kevin Owens and the way he has risen to the top over a short period and he is now arguably one of the top heels in the company.
He is also juggling NXT and WWE at the same time and managing to pull off show stealing matches, Breeze could learn a lot from him, and if he is heading to the main roster, then hopefully he is of the same calibre.