Tyler Breeze and Fandango became the new WWE NXT Tag team champion recently
Tyler Breeze has had a lot of ups and downs in his WWE career. He was one of the rising stars on NXT before being called up to SmackDown.
That took place in 2015 and as he had some major bouts, things didn’t work for him. The 32-year-old was then paired with Fandango as they created the Breezango team.
The pair had some really fun segments with the Fashion Files but gold always eluded them. Things didn’t work out great for Breeze after Fandango picked up a serious injury.
He was off TV for a while but ended up doing singles matches and was mostly on the losing side. Breeze was then sent back to NXT but his luck started to turn after Fandango made his return.
The pair worked hard to seal a shot at the tag team titles and beat Imperium to become the new champions.
This was Breeze’s first title in WWE, and it came after an age. The Canadian posted on Twitter just how long it all took to win.
Breeze highlighted that he wrestled in WWE first over 3,000 days back. He teamed up with Fandango over 1,500 days ago.
3023 days since I wrestled my first @WWENXT match as Mike Dalton. 882 matches since then. 1569 days of being a tag team with @WWEFandango Thanks Bud. We did it.
— Breezus (@MmmGorgeous) August 27, 2020
The party begins
This certainly is a great moment for the tag team and it will be interesting to see what is next for the pair.
There are several quality tag teams on NXT and Imperium should get a chance to reclaim their titles too.
The Undisputed Era can also challenge for the crown, but for now, Breezango are partying really hard.
Let the championship celebration BEGIN!
— WWE NXT (@WWENXT) August 27, 2020
Many WWE stars also commented on Breezango winning the title, and they really had to work hard and long to finally claim some gold.
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