• Tyler Breeze is among many WWE superstars who were released this year
  • Breeze reveals that jumping to AEW is not yet on his mind
  • Breeze bares that some of his students have made appearances on AEW Dark and NXT

Former WWE superstar and NXT Tag Team champion Tyler Breeze has been one of the many victims of the promotion’s recent round of releases, and it was one of the more shocking ones as he is well-beloved behind the scenes.

Professional wrestling fans have seen many of their favorite superstars be released from the biggest pro wrestling company in the world.

This includes names such as former women’s champion Mickie James, Bray Wyatt, Braun Strowman, The Big Show, Aleister Black and Breeze’s tag team partner Fandango.

In a recent podcast guesting on Chris Van Vliet’s “Insight”, Breeze revealed his current plans and what’s in store for him in the future.

“Prince Pretty” has been linked to a move to rival wrestling promotion All Elite Wrestling (AEW) after he mentioned that he would be interested in a program with Orange Cassidy.

However, Breeze has denied any move happening sometime soon.

“it depends. I mean there’s a lot happening in wrestling now,” he said in the podcast.

“But right now, let’s say on AEW, there are a lot of people debuting, and there are a lot of people moving around all over the place. If I go there, I don’t know if it would make a massive impact. … Now it’s kind of the norm. People are going over there, and there might be some big names going over there. Nobody knows what is happening, but I don’t think now is the right time for me to go there.”

The former tag team champion also mentioned that he’s been taking things slowly as he has been wrestling for 14 years and his body is more than happy to take a break from taking bumps.

“My body likes it, and I am getting enough wrestling at the school to keep my body good. I’m not currently taking any bookings,” he stated.

He co-owns Flatbacks Wrestling School alongside former WWE performer Tye Dillinger, who now goes by the name Shawn Spears in AEW, and he also bared that some of their talents have been featured on AEW Dark and NXT.

Breeze maintained his fan-favorite status thanks to his appearances over on longtime friend Xavier Woods’ successful YouTube gaming channel, UpUpDownDown.

It has since been announced that Breeze’s appearances on the channel have come to an end because of his release from the company, but fans hope that it’s a massive swerve since Breeze has been such a big part of the channel.