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Tyler Breeze reveals he has offers from promotions following WWE release

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Former WWE Superstar Tyler Breeze was released from the company and the NXT brand late last week. The former member of Breezango has restarted his Twitch channel and discussed a number of topics recently with fans.

One of the more obvious questions revolved around Tyler Breeze returning to the ring in the near future. Many talents in WWE and beyond have been complimentary of the former NXT Superstar since his release, so he appears to have some options.

Although Breeze would not give exact details, he did confirm that a ‘number’ of promotions have reached out to him regarding appearances since his release was weeks.

“I’ve had a bunch of [promotions] reach out, but no hurry” Tyler Breeze said on Twitch. “This is the first breather I’ve had in 14 years so I’m going to enjoy it for a little bit.”

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Breeze also revealed that he does not plan on hosting a podcast following the release. Chelsea Green, the IIconics, Rene Paquette, Aiden English and other former WWE talent have all started their own since they were let go by the company.

“I’ve had a bunch of [promotions] reach out, but no hurry”

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“Start a podcast? No thank you,” Breeze emphatically said on Twitch. “I feel like everyone has a podcast and I’m honestly not a big podcast guy. There’s only so many podcasts out there that people listen to. My plate is full with what I’m doing. I don’t even know if I have time to do a podcast.”

Breeze is currently sitting out a 90 day non-compete following his WWE release, so he will be able to start working for the likes of AEW, NWA, IMPACT or even New Japan late September. Again, it’s not been confirmed if any of these brands have reached out to Tyler Breeze.

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