The WWE draft has been a great way of creating opportunities for those that may not have managed to get enough screen time to impress officials and fans alike.
This is why we’re seeing some big decisions being made heading into SummerSlam. Dolph Ziggler is challenging Dean Ambrose for the WWE Championship; Apollo Crews battles The Miz for the Intercontinental Championship, and Finn Balor takes on Seth Rollins for the Universal Title.
You have to question, how many of these chances would be given if the split didn’t occur? There’s potentially more good news for one star in particular, with The Inquisitr reporting that Tyler Breeze could be the next star in line for a push.
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Breeze has apparently caught the eye of Vince McMahon and other WWE officials, as the support for him backstage has continued to grow as he’s managed to make something work, from virtually nothing considering his horrendous start to life on the main roster.
There have been discussions as to how they could execute a potential push, not only for ‘Prince Pretty’, but for Fandango as well, with the Breezango team said to be highly popular among their fellow stars as well as the WWE Universe.
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A push as a tag team looks the easiest route, especially when you consider how inferior SmackDown Live’s tag team division is compared to Raw, with the newly-promoted American Alpha spearheading the division for the blue brand.
SHOULD THEY BE SPLIT UP?
There have also been internal discussions which suggest the duo could be repackaged. They could go from the current model gimmicks to something a little more serious regarding a look and feel.
The question here is whether the WWE only see value in Breeze rather than Fandango as well. Breaking them up this early means Fandango may not achieve much more, while it doesn’t guarantee singles success for Breeze either.
He does have the talent to succeed as a singles star, but if there’s more value and more guaranteed success as a tag team, for now at least, then the WWE shouldn’t break them, especially since Breeze is another star that’s representing the NXT brand.
If they continue to impress, then it looks like Breeze will be the latest star to benefit from the WWE draft.
Should the WWE break up Breezango? Or will Tyler Breeze only succeed alongside Fandango? Have your say in the comments section below.