Breezango is arguably the most entertaining tag team in the WWE today across both Monday Night RAW and SmackDown Live.
Their comical stylings of a detective agency that is involved in different and crazy scenarios every single week have connected well with the WWE Universe, establishing themselves as a fan favorite.
One of their most memorable matches to date is their match at Backlash against The Usos for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship, as, throughout the match, Tyler Breeze wore several different outfits to make the fans in attendance and those watching at home laugh.
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Throughout the contest, Breeze can be seen dressed up undercover as a janitor and as an old lady, but ultimately, this didn't help Breezango win as The Usos retained the tag team titles.
On a recent appearance on the Talk is Jericho podcast, listen from 1:08:00 onwards here, Breezango revealed the finer tunings behind the idea of this match at Backlash. They said the match type was changed to a comical match an hour before the show by Vince McMahon.
The Fashion Police told the story of how they were planning to use their Backlash match as an opportunity to take their tag team to the next level, but an hour and a half before the doors opened, Vince changed the concept of a match from a normal match to a comedic match.
Initially, Breezango didn't have full confidence in Vince's plan to have a comedy match, as this was their big moment to step up in the tag team division and they felt a comedy match in Chicago of all places wouldn't go down that well. How wrong they were.
The fans at Backlash loved the match, and the teams involved received a standing ovation in the Gorilla when they returned to the back. It just goes to show that despite what some people might say about his booking, Vince McMahon is still one of the best in the business when it comes to putting on a show.
The Fashion Police have slipped out of the title picture since this show, but they're still one of the better tag teams on SmackDown Live thanks to their comedy stylings, and the encouragement from Vince McMahon to push this style of delivery in their matches and promos must have helped them out a lot.
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