Tyler Breeze makes his main roster debut on Thursday Night SmackDown

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If you don't want to know when NXT Superstar Tyler Breeze makes his main roster debut in the WWE, turn back now!

It has been revealed that Breeze will make his main roster this week on Thursday Night SmackDown in Austin, Texas, via NoDQ.

The report says 'Prince Pretty' made his debut during the Miz TV segment between Dolph Ziggler and Summer Rae. He was revealed to be the new man for the diva after her recent break up with Rusev and her attempt to date The Showoff.


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According to NoDQ "During the segment, Ziggler was talking about how he was no longer into Summer when she revealed she had a new man. Breeze came out and cut a promo on Ziggler and then attacked him."

It is unlikely this segment won't be aired come Thursday night because it has already been highly advertised on the WWE website in their SmackDown preview.

This was one of the first expected feuds for Breeze on the main roster, but many thought he would answer John Cena's United States Open Challenge call this Sunday at Hell in a Cell.

Pairing him up with another egotistical heel on the roster is a great fit for 'Prince Pretty', and I imagine a cheesy couple name like 'Summer Breeze' isn't too far around the corner, bringing a breath of fresh air into the WWE.

Ziggler and Breeze both have similar ring styles, and they're both very talented, so they should work well together and it will be a good first feud for the former NXT Superstar on the main roster. It should provide to be an entertaining spectacle during the next few months.

Who would you like to see Tyler Breeze feud with on the main roster? Have your say and leave a comment below...

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