Back in late October, Tyler Breeze made his main roster debut to a huge pop after serving over five years in WWE developmental territory.
After a feud with Dolph Ziggler (including a victory over the former world champion at Survivor Series), Breeze has found himself dwindling in the lower mid card.
PWInsider.com and Wrestle Zone reported in January that Breeze was receiving some backstage heat from officials after he left a WWE taping early after completing his match. It is believed his squashing on recent WWE television may have been a result of this incident.
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However, after his recent performance in the ‘Fatal 5 Way’ match on Raw, Breeze may have reminded WWE fans and backstage of what he is capable of doing inside the squared circle.
So what should WWE do to make him relevant going forward into Wrestlemaina? The first thing WWE need to do is let Breeze wrestle on Raw and Smackdown; but more importantly, let him win.
Any momentum that Breeze created from his debut was stunned by continuous losses to the likes of Titus O’Neil and Mark Henry. In fact, www.profightdb.com reports that Breeze is batting at a 13.39% win rate since joining the main roster, with over 90 losses on televised and non-televised events.
Even though in NXT Breeze’s character resembled one of somebody who couldn’t win the big one, it’s important for a main roster heel to be continually picking up victories to give them some actual credibility.
Another thing WWE creative need to do is allow Breeze to cut promos. One of the reasons why WWE fans fell in love with him in NXT was because of his superior mic work. An opportunity where he can bad mouth top babyfaces and then defeat them in the ring could help catapult his star power.
Breaking Ground on the WWE network has given a reason for fans to want to get behind and support Tyler Breeze. On there his talent in front of the camera really shone as much as the sequins on his selfie stick.
Breeze has the potential to be a top mid carder in the WWE and could be a valuable asset for this year’s Wrestlemaina. With the likelihood of another 6+ man match at this year’s event for one of the mid card titles, surely WWE should make Tyler one of the participants if not the eventful winner of a mid-card championship belt.
Whatever the case is, Tyler Breeze does have the talent and charisma to be a big player at this year’s event. All he needs is the opportunity to really leave his beauty mark on the WWE.
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