Vince McMahon set to reward Tyler Breeze and Fandango with big push

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When the WWE made the decision to pair Tyler Breeze with Fandango, it felt as if the duo would never be able to make an impact, especially since the tag team division was soaring with top tier talent.

Neither Breeze or Fandango were doing anything relevant before they were put together, they struggled to get television time and picking up wins was very rare, but it’s no secret that their feud with The Golden Truth has been highly entertaining, despite not featuring a lot on the flagship shows.


If you can impress Vince McMahon with your character and your work inside of the squared circle, then you’re going to be featured a lot more, and it looks as if the team of ‘Breezango’ could do just that.


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CageSideSeats are reporting that McMahon has seen enough of the duo and is fully behind the, which means they could be set for bigger and better things on the main roster, rather than limited to shows like WWE Main Event, or even pre-shows on pay-per-views.

With the WWE draft looming, there’s a risk that popular tag teams could be broken up, with fans hoping the likes of the New Day as well as Enzo Amore and Big Cass aren’t separated and sent to either Raw or SmackDown. There’s nothing to worry about regarding Breeze and Fandango; officials have already decided to keep them together following the WWE draft.


They’re not staying together just to put other teams over either; McMahon is planning on repackaging them in the hope of turning them into a more serious team. In turn, this will result in Breeze and Fandango becoming a bigger threat in the WWE tag team division, and potentially even the championship picture.

You have to wonder how McMahon will want to repackage them. Right now, they’re a unique combination of Fandango’s dancing and the model aspect from Breeze so it feels like the gimmicks complement each other really well.

However, if they are to succeed then moving away from that gimmick could be the answer, but there’s always the risk of them not connecting with the WWE Universe if they move away from what got them onto the main roster in the first place.


They have a brilliant look about them, and you can argue that no other two stars in the entire company can pull off the sort of things they’re doing, so you have to applaud them for how they’ve fought through the struggles to being on the verge of something special, should it happen.

Chances are, they’ll have a bit more freedom regarding creative ideas, they can’t afford to go backwards now especially when it took them a lot to get this far, despite being destined for big things.

On the other hand, they may continue impressing with their current gimmick, but when you look at them being potential champions, their gimmick won’t work well as champions so a repackage may be the only way to help Breeze and Fandango get over even further.

The talent is there for all to see, with backing from the officials it won’t be a surprise to see them being towards the top of the tag team division in the coming months.

Do you think Tyler Breeze and Fandango can succeed in the tag team division? Have your say in the comments section below.

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