They thought about it. With so many characters over the years in WWE, there are going to be some who are tailor made for certain storylines. It can be an absolutely perfect fit, but that doesn’t mean something is going to go in that direction. Now it seems that WWE was at least considering bringing someone back into the fold to play a role that they might have been perfect to fill.

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Last July, the Maximum Male Models stable debuted in WWE, featuring Mace, Mansoor and Max/Maxxine Dupri. The stable did not last long as Max walked out and Maxxine eventually moved on to managing the Alpha Academy. Mace and Mansoor have both been released from WWE and participated in a Reddit Ask Me Anything this week. The two mentioned that they wanted to work with former WWE Superstar Tyler Breeze, who had portrayed a model in NXT. It was said that Breeze almost returned to WWE for the angle but nothing ever came of the idea.

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Opinion: That really is one of those ideas that could have worked out well if it was given the chance. Having Breeze show up would be one of the cooler ways to go with the stable and if nothing else, it might have breathed some life into the thing. The Models did not go well, but maybe they could have if the team had a bit more fun rather than being such a mess.

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