Tyler Breeze Wins LeftRightLeftRight Championship, Xavier Woods Is Salty

The LeftRightLeftRight Championship is back home.

During Tyler Breeze's historic reign as UpUpDownDown Champion, he kicked the title to the curb and created the LeftRightLeftRight Championship, much to the dismay of Xavier Woods.

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When Mia Yim, representing BRE Start, finally ended the reign of Breeze, Woods was able to bring back the UUDD Championship, but still had plans for the LRLR Championship.

The title was made vacant and a tournament would be held to crown a new championship. While the UUDD Title tests a player's video game knowledge by having them compete in random games, players know which game they will be playing when competing for the LRLR Championship, allowing them to train to prove who is willing to put in the work.

Nine gamers entered the No Mercy tournament with three triple threat matches taking place to qualify for the finals.

Tyler Breeze defeated Shayna Baszler and Lince Dorado, AJ Styles defeated The Miz and Ember Moon, and Ricochet defeated Kofi Kingston and Adam Cole to set up the finals.

Proving that he is one of the best gamers in wrestling, Breeze, flanked by fellow LRLR members Cesaro and Adam Cole, brought the LRLR Title home.

And Woods, who grew more and more angry and salty as Breeze defended the UUDD Title, couldn't hide his anger and disappointment.

Let the Summer of Breeze begin.

You can watch the entire LRLR Tournament by clicking here.

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