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First of all, this is not a proper article but an expression of satisfaction. Congratulations to the team of Breezango, (Tyler Breeze and Fandango) on winning their first tag team championships under the WWE pantheon. Both wrestlers have been working for WWE since 2010, in which both are former FCW (Florida Championship Wrestling) heavyweight champions; the former developmental system that was succeeded by NXT. From 2012 to 2019, NXT had operated as a separate developmental system for wrestlers around the globe, until they make it to the grand stage known as the “main roster”. Fandango made his debut on the “main roster” in 2013, defeating Chris Jericho at the WrestleMania 29 event. However, both Fandango and Breeze would go a number of years lacking championship success. Breeze graduated from NXT in 2014, and was a frequent performer on both Monday Night Raw and Smackdown Live, until he returned to NXT full-time in 2019. As previously mentioned, NXT had been known as a developmental system for the WWE superstars of the future until October of 2019, when it affectionately became WWE’s third major brand. Less than twenty-four hours ago, the team of Breezango made professional wrestling history. Whether their reign with the NXT tag team championships is short-lived, or they get a decent run; that does not really matter. The history books will forever hold their names in WWE, and that cannot be taken away from them. Nevertheless, I am incredibly happy for the very talented team of Fandango and Tyler Breeze; this was the “big one” and it’s well deserved.
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