A picture is worth a thousand words, but Tyler Breeze is only concerned with one: Gorgeous. Always up for a photo op, Breeze regularly embraces every opportunity to snap a picture of himself. Some would argue that "Prince Pretty" is more concerned with selfies than submissions. They would be wrong.
A rabid fighter in the vein of similarly stunning greats like “Ravishing” Rick Rude and “Dashing” Cody Rhodes, Breeze never misses an opportunity to apply his pristine craft and leave his opponents black and blue in the process. He was an institution during the formative years of WWE NXT, orbiting but never landing the NXT Championship as he took on the likes of Sami Zayn, Finn Bálor, and even international legend Jushin “Thunder” Liger.
Not that he let any of his losses get him down. Like any social climber looking for the next big thing, Breeze made his main roster debut without a word of warning, aligning with Summer Rae, laying out Dolph Ziggler and instantly making a name for himself as a Superstar to be watched, photographed and, just maybe, feared. Now, Breeze is more than just a pretty face — and with Fandango by his side as the tag team Breezango, he’s a threatening one, too.