• Tyler Breeze On Who Is The Most Unselfish WWE Star
During a recent appearance on E&C’s Pod Of Awesomeness, Fandango and Tyler Breeze spoke on why switching to RAW is better for them than being on SmackDown Live, who is one of the most unselfish WWE stars and which tag team could be their perfect match for a feud.
Below are the highlights:
On why switching to Raw is better for them than being in SmackDown Live:
“It’s all new. Yeah, it’s really cool because Breeze and I were talking at TV, the SmackDown tag team division is so stacked. It [has] got the Usos, New Day, Shelton & Gable, so it’s a two-hour show, so if you’re not plugged into that tag team title picture, it’s really difficult for a team to get on the show. So the Fashion Files was something that kept us afloat for over a year. Switching to RAW, hopefully gets a little more TV time.”
“Dude, it’s even crazier now. SmackDown is only two hours and they only have time for one tag program and right now, they’ve got like Usos, New Day, Bludgeon Brothers, they’re having SAnitY debut, The Bar, The Club. I don’t know, man. I don’t know if we’d see the light of day over there with how stuff was going and how much tag stuff is going on. So I don’t know how they plan on doing it, but I’m kind of glad we’re on the other side, where hopefully we kind of got off to a good start there.”
Breeze on The Miz being one of the most unselfish WWE stars:
“Man, Miz, by far, one of the most unselfish guys when it comes to anything. I mean, I guess the one key moment that he kind of proved that or I started to really think it was WrestleMania when he was standing up on a ladder and he let Zack Ryder climb up the ladder and shove him off to win the IC title. There [are] a lot of guys that would either make them look stupid or their character wouldn’t do that. There [are] a lot of guys that would have a problem with that, and Miz did it with a smile on his face and he loved it, so that’s kind of cool and kind of rare in our business.”
On which tag team could be their perfect match for a feud:
“I think if you put us in there with someone like The Revival, I think those matches are going to be kind of unique, what they bring and what we bring. I think that could be kind of a good platform to kind of take us to the next level. Yeah, they’re very wrestling-heavy and we’re, I guess you would say personality-heavy, comedy-heavy, or whatever, but I think once you’re 10 minutes into a match, you’re going to be kind of on the edge of your seat to see what will happen. I think that’s what I’m looking forward to most with them. They are kind of so wrestling-heavy that they come across or people find them boring or they have no personality because the wrestling eats up their personality, but really, in reality, they have a ton of personality. You just need the right people on the other side of it to bring it out. I think that we can do that.”
• Big Name Finally Returning To WWE?
According to TMZ Sports, “The Immortal” Hulk Hogan might finally be on his way back to the WWE. Below is what TMZ posted:
“Hulk and high-ranking WWE officials have been in touch recently and it’s been positive.
In fact, we’re told when the WWE made plans for an event in Saudi Arabia, one of the members of the royal family specifically asked for Hulk to participate.
Ultimately, Hulk didn’t go … but it triggered a dialogue between the two sides.
Our sources say WWE was paying close attention to Hulk’s speech at the Boys & Girls Club this week — in which he said he wanted to help educate kids to not use the same language he did — because they wanted to see how it was received. It went well with the crowd which gave Hogan a loud ovation.”
You can watch the ovation that Hogan got during his speech at the Boys & Girls club below:
— Boys Girls Club GA (@BoysGirlsClubGA) May 3, 2018
Below is WWE’s latest statement regarding Hogan that they issued to TMZ:
“WWE applauds the work Hulk Hogan is doing with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to turn what was a negative into a positive by helping young people learn from his mistake. While he has taken many steps in the right direction since we parted ways, Hogan is not currently under contract to WWE.”