Tyler Breeze has commented on his WWE release.
During a Twitch stream that took place earlier today, Breeze said that he appreciated he had stayed with WWE for eleven years, as most people don’t last that long.
“I was with the company for eleven years,” he said. “An eleven year run in the biggest wrestling company in the world is unheard of, it’s a huge thing. Most people are there for three or four years. The fact that I was there for 11, fantastic, more than I could ask for.”
He also said that he had not expected to be fired, but assumed it could happen, adopting the mentality of preparing to be fired since the day he got hired. As it relates to his future, he said that he would set up a Cameo and have some ideas for a Patreon, and would continue streaming.
“I’ll be streaming and we have a lot of stuff to figure out,” he said. “A lot of stuff is still in the works. Yes, I’m setting up my Cameo again, I’m just waiting for them to approve it. There’s a lot of stuff in the air that we’re slowly figuring out. You guys will kinda know as I know. We’re trying to figure out a lot of stuff.”
“Will I continue my wrestling career? I don’t know, we’ll have to see,” he said when asked. “I haven’t decided yet.” Breeze also confirmed that he had a 90 day no-compete clause.
Breeze was one of fourteen people that were released by WWE on June 25. Fandango, his long-time tag team partner, was also cut.