Tyler Breeze plays his part.
Jon Moxley's recent media tour has brought to light known issues in WWE concerning micromanagement and scripting. Moxley has been praised for venting his frustrations but also for sticking it out with the promotion instead of asking for his release. Moxley said in one interview that, despite his unhappiness, he would remain professional and do what was asked of him as an employee.
Tyler Breeze echoed those same sentiments when answering a fan of Twitter.
Honestly. It isn’t my company. And I signed on to work for this company. So at takeover and for years I showed exactly what and who I am. It’s their choice professionally however they want to use me. It’s up to me whether or not I wanna sign that paper saying I’m ok with that https://t.co/jOYdnXz08y— Prince Pretty (@MmmGorgeous) June 3, 2019
Exactly there will come a time in every career, when you decide you need something different in your life. That’s the beauty of it all man. https://t.co/p8pDtDA9vP— Prince Pretty (@MmmGorgeous) June 4, 2019
Many fans have long believed that Breeze was one of the more underutilized talents in WWE following his main roster debut in 2015. Breeze recently returned to NXT, which he revealed was a call he and Triple H made, facing Velveteen Dream this past Saturday at TakeOver: XXV. Breeze will continue to be part of the NXT brand moving forward.
You can view Breeze discuss his return to NXT in the video above.