As NXT rolls into South Florida, pro wrestling writer Scott Fishman had a chance to interview colorful NXT superstar Tyler Breeze for Channel Guide.
‘Prince Pretty’ talks about the evolution of his character, the success of the NXT brand and more.
The Canadian is especially looking forward to touring the lower half of the Sunshine State (Miami and West Palm Beach).
“We do our Florida shows, and they are always so great,” Breeze added. “Now we have started to branch out. We did the show in San Jose, been to Philadelphia and did Albany, Cleveland Columbus. Everywhere we’ve been has been cool. The crowds have the same feel to it. It’s like this underground movement. There is a difference to what you normally see. They are loud from the start of the night until the end. They know everybody’s music, catchphrases and moves. They are the best crowds I’ve worked in front of. I just love being in the spot and getting the opportunities that I’m getting working in front of these audiences.
"We have a special coming to Brooklyn. The people there are so excited. They get to watch the NXT special followed by SummerSlam. The same atmosphere is going to be in Florida. We haven’t been to Miami before like this. Fans are ready and amped up for it...I believe FCW did some shows at the Miami-Dade Fair two or three years. It was fun every time we went down here. We had a blast. It will be 100 percent different now as Tyler Breeze.”
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NXT Week in South Florida
WWE’s NXT will make its debut in Miami and West Palm Beach in July, after visiting Fort Pierce.
NXT has become a Florida institution from the opening of the WWE Performance Center in Orlando to the action-packed WWE Network shows and live specials filmed at Full Sail University in Winter Park, to the exciting live events throughout north and central Florida.
Now, South Florida will get its chance to see the next generation of WWE up-close and personal.
Appearing are new NXT champ Finn Balor, NXT women’s champ Sasha Banks, NXT tag champs Blake & Murphy with Alexa Bliss, Tyler Breeze, Samoa Joe, Becky Lynch, The Vaudevillians (Simon Gotch & Aiden English), Bull Dempsey, Enzo Amore & Big Cass with Carmella, Baron Corbin, Dana Brooke, Uhaa Nation, Tye Dillinger, Bayley, Solomon Crow, Charlotte and more.
If NXT draws well in Miami and West Palm Beach, it will look to return, so get your tickets and your popcorn.
NXT in Miami
WWE’s NXT makes its Miami debut on Friday, July 24 in the Fieldhouse at the BankUnited Center at the University of Miami, 1245 Dauer Dr., Coral Gables, 33146. Call 305-284-8686.
NXT in West Palm Beach
WWE’s NXT arrives in West Palm Beach on Saturday, July 25 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center, 650 Okeechobee Blvd., 33401. Call 561-366-3000.
Both live events begin at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets for the Miami and West Palm Beach shows are on sale.
Ticket prices start at $20.
Go to NXTTickets.com or
NXT in South Florida
starts in Fort Pierce
Drawing well on past shows there, WWE’s NXT returns to the Havert L. Fenn Center at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 23 at 2000 Virginia Ave., Fort Pierce, 34982. Call 772-462-1521.
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