As you’ve no doubt not iced by now, we’ve had yet another NXT call-up, in the form of Tyler Breeze. Breeze has made himself known on both Smackdown and RAW, by being out and about during Dolph Ziggler’s matches.

So, a question hit me. Will a program with Breeze, be good for Dolph Ziggler? Clearly, I feel it will be good for Tyler.

For a guy like Breeze, to get called up and work immediately with Ziggler? It’s huge. I mean, it’s not Kevin Owens-John Cena huge. It’s not Shield interjecting themselves into a World title match, but it’s still big. Ziggler was, at this point last year, the hottest face in WWE. He was carrying his Survivor Series team to a victory. He was deserving of a bigger push than what he got. Still is. I mean, let’s keep it in perspective-Ziggler, on RAW, was someone who was in the running for a shot at Seth’s World Championship. So Tyler Breeze is getting called up, and he’s being put in a really good program right off the bat. Not too shabby.

But, for Ziggler? I’m not so sure it will be as beneficial. Not being mean to Breeze, but Dolph should be in a title hunt, and instead he’s getting a program with an NXT call-up. I suppose it’s an improvement over the Rusev program, but by how much? Yes, Breeze is young and has promise and talent, otherwise he wouldn’t be here. But I don’t think anyone considers him the second coming of Seth Rollins. I get it, someone had to work with Breeze, and Ziggler is one of the better workers going today, so why not. I just worry it’s almost a demotion of sorts for The Showoff.

What say you, WNZ readers? Will a program with Breeze be as good for Ziggler, as a program with Ziggler will be for Breeze?

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