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Tyler Breeze Names Two AEW Wrestlers As His Dream Opponents, Trick Williams Talks NXT



Tyler Breeze has two dream opponents in the form of Orange Cassidy and Dalton Castle.

While Breeze is currently signed to WWE for his work on the “UpUpDownDown” YouTube channel, the company still allows him to work indie events.

Speaking on a recent edition of the “Two Men Power Trip of Wrestling” podcast, Breeze commented on returning to the indie scene, his current dream matches, and more.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On working on the indie scene: “It’s really fun. It’s very different. Obviously coming up, the independent scene is very different than on the other side of it, but getting back out there is fun. There’s a lot of people out there that I’ve never worked with before, a lot of people who are hungry to get better and learn some stuff. They just need the right people to work with and help them along with certain things. It’s fun seeing a lot of the crowd as well, who haven’t seen me for a couple of years now. It’s fun talking to everybody a little bit more because you’re doing more of a meet-and-greet type of style and selling your merch and stuff like that. You’re right in there with them. I always like the interactions with fans and hearing about the stuff that they liked and their experiences, and the first time that they saw all that type of stuff. So, it’s been refreshing.”

On his dream matches: “I guess the closest thing if I was ever going to maybe say a dream match, I think a really fun match that would be, would be me and Orange Cassidy or maybe Dalton Castle. I think I’d put him on there, too,” Breeze said. “It’s the guys that get it, the guys that get the character, but then you can also get a 20-minute match out of them.”

Trick Williams recently spoke with Denise Salcedo of the “Instinct” podcast to promote tomorrow night’s WWE NXT Deadline 2023 pay-per-view event.

During the interview, Williams commented on where he’s currently at in WWE NXT, being brought in with Carmelo Hayes, and more.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On where he is currently: “This is the vision of myself I’ve had all along. I wanted to be ‘The Guy.’”

On being brought in with Carmelo Hayes: “I got to be in ‘The Life’ even though it was kinda’ more [Carmelo’s] life, but I didn’t have the pressure… It makes you want to have some success on my own.”

On his dedication to wrestling: “I’m a soldier. I feel like there’s people who are built for this, people who are born to do this and I am one of those guys.”

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