'Prince Pretty' has a rather impressive list of accomplishments to his
name from his time in Florida Championship Wrestling and NXT, but you'd be
forgiven for thinking little more of him than a petty jobber. Yet, the man behind Tyler Breeze has all the potential to be a
legitimate competitor in WWE.
At Full Sail, he reinvented
himself into an undeniably entertaining character. Many
surpassed him as he waited in the wings, but the pop for Breeze upon his
full-time arrival to main roster in late 2015 showed promise. Despite his
spectacular losing streak at the start of this year, he re-applied himself to the team of
Breezango, a notable guilty pleasure of SmackDown's tag division.
So what's next for Tyler Breeze? In a New Era where overly-comical caricatures
seem to slip between the cracks, there's something about his character that refuses
to be ignored. The blatant narcissism adorned by the modern totem of the selfie
stick give Breeze an incomparable charm, and he can overcome the disconnect and become a serious threat, if given the chance.
Forget the abysmal love squares, and regrettably, the cop uniforms. Here's 7
booking steps to save Tyler Breeze.