Tyler Breeze still expected to make WWE debut soon

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Heading into last nights Monday Night RAW, there was heavy speculation that something big was going to happen.

There was talk that NXT star Tyler Breeze was finally going to make his debut, either challenging John Cena for the United States title or partnering up with Summer Rae to feud with either Dolph Ziggler or Rusev.

That didn't happen, however, and Breeze is still stuck in limbo backstage as he looks to make his debut.


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Whilst Breeze will still be stuck waiting at the Gorilla Position ready to display his good looks to the WWE Universe, but he is still in the WWE's plans for the immediate future.

Dave Meltzer noted on F4Wonline.com today after RAW that at one point Breeze's debut was scheduled for Tuesday at the WWE SmackDown tapings in Austin, Texas.

However, that could change and they may end up pushing the debut back a week or two.

Recently, Breeze has been involved in dark matches after SmackDown tapings and he's wrestled at live events. He has been in developmental for around five years now, and the Tyler Breeze gimmick is what has finally gotten him over.

It will be interesting to see how Prince Pretty makes the jump from NXT to the main WWE roster. There are obvious worries that he could just turn into Fandango 2.0 if he's shoddily booked by the WWE. Let's hope that doesn't happen.


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