Former WWE Star Doesn’t Believe Popular Tag Team Would Have Been Champions On The Main Roster

Former WWE Star Doesn’t Believe Popular Tag Team Would Have Been Champions On The Main Roster WWE

Breezango became one of WWE’s most popular acts back in 2017, when the duo of Tyler Breeze and Fandango began their Fashion Files segments on SmackDown.

Despite their popularity, the pair never won Tag Team Championship gold on the main roster, with their only title victory taking place on NXT in 2020.

Speaking on the Unscriptify Podcast, Breeze was asked if he thought WWE would have made Breezango champions if they remained on the main roster in 2020 instead of returning to NXT.

He said:

“I don’t think so. I don’t think it would have ever happened on Raw or SmackDown. There was a time where we got really hot as a babyface tag team and they were really behind what we were doing. They loved the Fashion Files, they really liked what we were doing and they cared about us to the point where, we did some in-ring promos with New Day, and we were right in there with them. It wasn’t these random guys that no one cared about. It was right there where they could have done something good with us.

“There was one or two times where they were going to make us number one contenders or do something, and it was the only time where I thought, ‘Man, I think they missed the boat on how hot we were right there.’ I just don’t know if they would have ever really let it go. It would have been what it would have been, and then away we go. Going to NXT was the right call.”

Breeze was released from WWE back in 2021, but is currently under a contract with the company for UpUpDownDown, which prevents him from making appearances for AEW.

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