Did you see Tyler Breeze return to WWE?
The relaunch of Austin Creed’s UpUpDownDown YouTube channel was made official this month, after a long hiatus that saw many worry about the future of the channel.
Tyler Breeze and Xavier Woods were the two biggest stars of the channel. The pair dominated the channel with their incredibly entertaining WWE Smackdown vs Raw 2006 GM Mode battles, which saw Breeze dominate Woods with some hilarious reactions.
After WWE released the three core members as mention, many thought that the channel was done for. However, a recently WWE return for Tyler Breeze has turned the Youtube channel back into must-watch online content.
Tyler Breeze WWE Return
Tyler Breeze returned to WWE as part of the UpUpDownDown relaunch. He joined Xavier Woods in a brand new Battle of the Brands series, utilising the brand new game mode in WWE 2K22.
The first new episode was filmed backstage at a recent Smackdown show and saw the pair draft their respective brands and choose who will represent their brand as champions.
The show was Tyler Breeze’s first time back in WWE since his firing. He was welcomed warmly by multiple wrestlers who missed him including UpUpDownDown regular Baron Corbin.
Towards the end of the video, Breeze was greeted by Happy Corbin, who told Breeze that he missed him and that he wanted to see his hair. It was a wholesome, heart-warming moment between two friends who had not seen each other for a while.
It us unknown whether Tyler Breeze will return to the ring in WWE or just be retained as a talent for the UpUpDownDown channel.
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After playing countless hours of WrestleMania X8 on the Gamecube, he discovered Rey Mysterio getting his head crushed by The Great Khali, and thus a love for professional wrestling was born.
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