Tyler Breeze Says Promoters Have Reached Out, Won't Start A Podcast

Tyler Breeze will have his options once his 90-day non-compete clause is up.

Breeze was released by WWE on June 25 and has already gotten back to work outside of wrestling, re-launching his Twitch channel with plans to start up Cameo and Patreon once again.

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However, those hoping for a Tyler Breeze podcast might be disappointed.

"Start a podcast? No thank you," Breeze said on Twitch. "I feel like everyone has a podcast and I'm honestly not a big podcast guy. There's only so many podcasts out there that people listen to. My plate is full with what I'm doing. I don't even know if I have time to do a podcast."

Chelsea Green, the IIconics, Rene Paquette, Aiden English and others all launched their own podcasts following their WWE releases.

When asked if he's been contacted by promoters since his release, Breeze replied, "I've had a bunch of [promotions] reach out, but no hurry. This is the first breather I've had in 14 years so I'm going to enjoy it for a little bit."

Breeze previously commented that he hadn't decided if he was going to continue his wrestling career following his release.

You can find his full comments on how he felt about his release by clicking here.

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