WWE fans may have cracked The Fashion Files case

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The Fashion Police (Tyler Breeze and Fandango) are one of the most over tag teams in the WWE today, and their longtime Fashion Files gimmick has captivated the professional wrestling world over on SmackDown Live.

It was a long road for Fandango to get to where he is now in the professional wrestling world. He has been competing in the industry since 1999 and remained on the independent circuit up until 2006. He was then signed to WWE under a developmental deal and competed for their developmental territories in Deep South Wrestling (DSW), Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), and of course NXT. 

Fandango was in WWE's developmental program for six years before getting his call up to the main roster. He was red hot as a singles competitor initially, even getting the opportunity to compete against Chris Jericho at WrestleMania. His push slowly began to go down, however, and his role as a serious competitor began to dwindle.

Tyler Breeze had a very similar run in the professional wrestling industry, beginning his career back in 2007 before signing with WWE in 2010. After five years in developmental territories such as Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) and NXT.

Breeze was never able to find a solid spot for himself as a singles competitor on the main roster, however, once he was paired up with Fandango the pair began to thrive as a big fan-favorite tag team.

They have begun a Fashion Files gimmick in which they solve mysteries throughout SmackDown Live. One such mystery that they have been trying to solve is who has been attacking them and trashing their office lately.

While many clues and suspects have been discussed, the mystery has yet to have been solved. WWE fans on Twitter, however, believe they have cracked the case based on some evidence shown on WWE TV.

Luke Harper and Eric Rowan cut a promo to announce the formation of their new tag team, the ‘Bludgeon Brothers’. A few weeks ago one of the clues found in the investigation was '2B,' which fits the two Bludgeon Brothers perfectly:

Fandango even got in on the fun and hinted at '2B' being the key to cracking the case:

What are your thoughts on fans thinking they've cracked the case of The Fashion Files? Do you think that the clue could be a legitimate one? Or are fans reading too much into this and it's all simply a coincidence? Have YOUR say in the comments section below, and the fourth episode of GiveMeSport’s WWE podcast is here!

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