Tyler Breeze says he has to keep up with a talented roster in WWE.
Wrestlemania 34 is only a few weeks away and Tyler Breeze said Wrestlemania is just one stop on the continual loop of wrestling in WWE. In an interview with The Whig, he talked about what happens after Wrestlemania.
"We don't really have an off-season. We're kind of geared toward Wrestlemania right now, but as soon we're done, we're heading over to Europe. We've got tours over there. And as soon as we get back from that, everybody's already gearing to Summerslam. And then Summerslam onto Survivor Series and then Survivor Series onto Royal Rumble and then we're back around to Mania,” said Breeze.
Because of that loaded roster, Breeze said slowing down during the hectic schedule is not an option.
“You don't really have a chance to kind of slow down. If you do, everybody's going to pass you by because everybody's hungry and our roster is so full of talent right now that there’s only so many spots on those TV shows and if you want them, you've got to work hard to get them," said Breeze.
Since 2010, Breeze has been in WWE or the developmental program waiting for his chance to main event and win championships but he said it is important to not worry about how long it takes to get to that point.
"Everybody has their time. It's all about patience. I know it's very easy to get frustrated and sit there and say, 'Why me?' but it's all about patience. We have an extremely talented roster and everybody eventually gets a chance and you have to be positive and just enjoy the journey," said Breeze.
Also in the interview, Breeze discussed his Wrestlemania plans with his tag team partner Fandango but the two have not been scheduled in a match yet at Wrestlemania 34. He also shared about his character development and his favorite Wrestlemania moments as a fan.
The entire interview is available at TheWhig.com.