Tyler Breeze Wants to Join AEW… Funko Pop Collection

It looks like another WWE wrestler is looking at the pastures of All Elite Wrestling and finding them greener. NXT superstar Tyler Breeze took to Twitter to publicly ask to join the upstart wrestling promotion. Well, not as a wrestler though. Breeze wants to be one of the first wrestlers featured in a potential AEW Funko Pop Vinyl collection.

It started with a tweet from PopVinyls.com, a news site dedicated to the popular collectibles, asking which AEW wrestlers people would like to see made into Pop Vinyls.

Surprisingly, Breeze, who is not signed to AEW and recently moved from WWE's main roster back to NXT, volunteered himself.

Breeze has recently discussed his employment with WWE, dismissing complaints that he isn't used by the company in a matter that befits his talents.

Though he did support Jon Moxley, the wrestler formerly known as Dean Ambrose, declining to renew his WWE contract and heading to rival AEW.

Though Breeze hasn't said he wants to leave WWE, could his request to have a toy version of Tyler Breeze be part of AEW's merchandising efforts actually be a subtle hint that he would like the actual version of Tyler Breeze to be part of AEW's wrestling efforts?

The only logical conclusion we can make, is: it's good enough for a headline.

 

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