Tyler Breeze Was Preparing For WWE Release From Day One

2 years ago by Sanchez Taylor

Tyler Breeze Was Preparing For WWE Release From Day One

Former WWE talent Tyler Breeze has said that he was preparing to get fired from the day he was hired by the company.

Speaking on Insight with Chris Van Vliet, Breeze noted that when he signed with WWE, he immediately started making a plan for life after wrestling.

Recalling his first main-roster contract, Breeze said:

“I was preparing to get fired the day I got hired. There is a lot of life to live after wrestling. I immediately started to make a plan, got ready. I remember looking at contracts. When I got my first contract, you have a 3 or 5 year developmental contract. But then I signed my main roster contract. I went OK I’ve got 3 years. Realistically in a perfect world I will last 3 years. I don’t want to have to sign it. I would like to, but if I don’t want to I want the freedom to say no.

“By the time 3 years came up I went I don’t have to, but it’s good, things are going OK. So I just signed it and went OK cool. By the time the next one came around, very different scenario. It was a ‘You don’t need me, I’m going to leave.’ kind of thing. At that moment in time, I was not happy. All they said was ‘I’m sorry, we can give you more money.’ I said ‘I’ve been really smart with my money. I don’t need more money. I go to the airport and turn around because I’m not happy at work.’

“That was when I had the conversation to go back to NXT. But I was ready to leave right then. I had accomplished everything I had wanted to achieve of having that goal of the freedom to not sign that contract. When you sign that contract you know what you sign up for. If you are not happy then please don’t sign.”

Breeze was released by WWE on June 25, after 11 years with the company. The former NXT Tag Team Champion has revealed that he doesn’t plan on signing with AEW.

Quote via WrestlingNews.Co.

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