Tyler Breeze is gone from WWE.
Fightful reports that Tyler Breeze has been released from the company.
Breeze was signed by WWE in 2010 and spent the early portion of his career in FCW and NXT. He made his main roster debut on the October 22, 2015 episode of WWE SmackDown, feuding with Dolph Ziggler. He was aligned with Fandango in 2016.
In December 2018, he returned to NXT and enjoyed a brief singles run before Fandango returned from injury in July 2019, re-establishing the team on the gold brand. They won the NXT Tag Team Championships in August 2020.
Breeze last wrestled on the June 15 episode of NXT, teaming with Fandango to defeat Imperium (Fabian Aichner & Marcel Barthel).
Fandango was also released by the company on Friday.
Along with being a fixture on WWE television, Breeze plays a large part on UpUpDownDown alongside Xavier Woods. Breeze is part of LeftRightLeftRight and DaParty, competing in weekly Uno games with Woods, Cesaro, and Adam Cole. He also competes against Woods in a weekly Battle of the Brands series playing GM Mode on SmackDown vs. Raw.
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