Tyler Breeze Says His Fans "Have To Be Patient"

Tyler Breeze says he and Fandango are not stopping anytime soon; he wants the championships. 

Breeze has been in WWE since 2010, most of that time spent in the developmental system. During that time, he has had many looks and gone by different names. In an interview with the Des Moines Register, Breeze talked about how he comes up with new things for his character, especially his new gimmick of "The Fashion Police" with tag-team partner Fandango. 

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“When it comes to moves or funny stuff, everything is just trial and error. Sometimes you just stumble upon something and it works really well and you hang onto it. You have to be a well-rounded performer in the WWE and be ready for anything. The best part about (The Fashion Police) is, people like it. People care about it and it’s building. People are showing up to our events hoping to see us, which is exactly what you want when you work for WWE. I don’t really see us stopping anytime soon because there’s still some Smackdown Live tag titles that we have our eyes on," said Breeze.

Even though Breeze says the WWE Universe is behind him and Fandango, his fans still want more for the tag-team. He was asked if he had heard fans complaining that he and Fandango were not getting a prominent spot in WWE. 

"This is something a lot of people like to talk about. When you’re here and you’re a part of the WWE, it’s bigger than what actually happens. Smackdown Live is a two-hour show. Fortunately we have such a talented roster that there’s only so many minutes and sometimes you’re not always going to be the one to get those minutes. It’s just a matter of time. The people’s voices are heard, and if they want to see Breezango, they’re going to get it. They just have to be patient," said Breeze. 

Of course, this interview interview took place before last night's SmackDown, during which Breezango became #1 Contenders for the Tag Titles. So it looks like Breezango's fans didn't have to "be patient" for too long. They might be the Champs coming out of Backlash on May 21st.  

Breeze's interview can be found at DesMoinesRegister.com.

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