During his Starrcast V chat with WrestleZone’s Bill Pritchard, WWE alunnus Tyler Breeze discussed the idea of livestreaming during a match. Breeze also shared a few thoughts on life after WWE, and more. Check out the highlights below.
On being inactive from in-ring competition:
“The main thing obviously that I miss about wrestling is the crowd. It will always be the crowd. The main thing was when, my last year, the pandemic stuff was going on, and there was no audience. Then it slowly came back, but it wasn’t what it is now. So definitely miss the crowd. In terms of being out here and being kind of amongst everything, there’s really not a whole lot that needs fixing or changing. It’s just kind of, wrestling is gonna be wrestling. It is what it is.”
On livestreaming during a match:
“That could work, actually. That would be kinda cool. It’d be something new, something relevant. I think we might have touched on it a little bit when I was doing it, but we never really did anything with it, or it was in its infancy stages anyway. Now it’s obviously a much more easier thing to stream or to do something like that, so it’s definitely a possibility.”