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Tyler Breeze


Also known as Mattias Wild, Matt Clements, Mike McGrath, Mike Dalton

Current gimmick: Tyler Breeze
Promotion: World Wrestling Entertainment (SmackDown)
Age: 28 years
Birthplace: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Gender: male
Height: 6' 1" (185 cm)
Weight: 196 lbs (89 kg)
Alter egos: Matt Clements
Mattias Wild
Mike Dalton
Mike McGrath
Tyler Breeze
Roles: Singles Wrestler
Tag Team Wrestler
WWE Development Wrestler (2010 - 2015)
Beginning of in-ring career: 04.2007
Wrestling style: Techniker
Trainer: Lance Storm
Nickname(s): "Prince Pretty"
Trademark holds: Superkick, Unprettier, Beauty Shot, Riptide
Tyler Breeze
Mattias Wild (Independent, 2009) Mike McGrath (FCW, 2010) Mike Dalton (FCW, 2011) Mike Dalton (WWE, 2012) Tyler Breeze (WWE, 2013) Tyler Breeze (WWE, 2014) Tyler Breeze (WWE, 2015) Tyler Breeze (WWE, 2016)
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Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
CaptainCharisma07 wrote on 09.08.2016:
[10.0] "I'm sad to see so many people already giving up on Tyler Breeze. Sure, he hasn't quite yet found his footing on the main roster, but it's bound to happen sooner or later. Breeze took what I thought was a terrible gimmick and turned it into one of the most popular guys in NXT, even though he was a heel. He can work a great match when given the time to do so, and he is loaded with charisma, owning his persona. I highly doubt he'll spend his entire career as a jobber, because he is simply too talented for that."
Europeanfan90 wrote on 03.08.2016:
[10.0] "One of a kind wrestler that like many others hasn't been able to show off his skills and charisma due to wwe's booking. This company tends to show little trust in new talent, even though they have the talent required to flourish when given the spotlight."
JordanACE wrote on 23.07.2016:
[7.0] "How in the blue hell did they manage to f*** him up so bad. He was shining like a star in NXT! Had the gimmick, surely had the charisma and the look, also provided with his wrestling skills. No idea what they're doing with him and Fandango... Sad to see such a talent going to waste."
AMHTP wrote on 21.06.2016:
[6.0] "I like Tyler Breeze, but I'm going to echo a sentiment I see all over the comment section -- he's almost certainly doomed to spend what could have been a promising career as a jobber. That's his gimmick's fault, of course; the man behind the selfies is a talented athlete who put on quality matches against the rest of his NXT class. He never rose to the top level of the promotion, but "you're not Sami Zayn" is no insult -- it's just a testament to NXT's caliber of competition. Breeze is charismatic, he's got good facials and psychology, he's got a flashy but not unrealistic style, and he's a hard worker. The only things hampering him are a doomed gimmick and, in my opinion, poor acting skills. He could use a bit more work when it comes to really inhabiting a character; often he comes off as cheesy and it's clear that he's just putting on a gimmick. Six points for a very respectable prospect who I wish could have been something more."
ErycK24 wrote on 07.06.2016:
[5.0] "Breeze is decent on the mic and has decent charisma, his problem is his gimmick. His gimmick won't ever get over with the WWE crowd. If Breeze had a different gimmick he'd be booked differently and would have a brighter future."
montemuj wrote on 18.05.2016:
[9.0] "Oh god, what a terrible sequence of events that happened after beating Ziggler. Breeze had it all in NXT, above average worker with an amazing super entertaining gimmick. He could've been the next Shawn Michaels, no exaggeration. Just got booked into the ground when on RAW"
oscargeorge1 wrote on 09.04.2016:
[7.0] "Oh dear, who would want to work for a boss like Vince McMahon. Big intro to the main roster then quickly pushed down to jobber status, and even worse made to work with that walking disaster area Summer Rae. Shame i was quite impressed by him in NXT, plus he has quite a good gimmick and move set."
simonitro wrote on 26.01.2016:
[3.0] "Where do WWE get these kind of guys? It's another small wrestler that's destined to be a jobber and in the lower mid-card. This isn't the type of wrestler or gimmick that I'd see main eventing a Wrestlemania or something. He does his stupid high-flying spots and that's it."
smark calaway wrote on 18.01.2016:
[8.0] "Tyler Breeze is on the cusp of having what it takes to making a proper impact on the main roster but he's already been hampered by Vince's interference in what should have been a solid transition from NXT. There is a synergy between his pretty-boy model gimmick and his moveset, which is generally executed really gracefully. It's such a shame he's not been given the proper main roster introduction he has proven he deserved."
JMTheBadOne wrote on 23.11.2015:
[4.0] "Tyler Breeze has a bright future ahead of him now that he's made it to the main roster, but he still needs to prove himself worthy at the WWE level to truly have his star shine. Wrestling out of his native Alberta, Canada (and earning the PWA's tag title alongside Dan Myers), Breeze has been a long-standing prospect of the WWE; joining on with the FCW as Mike Dalton and finding himself enjoying reigns with the FCW Heavyweight and Tag Titles (the latter alongside Roman Reigns. ) Yet while he did well at the FCW level, the Dalton gimmick was sort of reminiscent of Dolph Ziggler. Upon the launch of NXT, Dalton was rebranded as the egotiscal Tyler Breeze and become one of the more notable heels of the organization. Upon his launch to the WWE level, Breeze was thrust into a feud with none other than Ziggler. While Breeze received a decisive victory at Survivor Series, it will take more than that for him to establish himself in the annals of WWE history. Yet since he and Summer Rae have well-enough chemistry together, perhaps both can play well off the other to make their mark in the WWE."

Current Total Rating
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Number of comments: 55
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Average Rating: 7.43
Average in 2016: 7.06
Average in 2015: 7.58
Average in 2014: 8.05
Average in 2013: 7.80

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