He’s handsome. He’s dashing. He’s Fandango — that’s “Fahn-DAHN-Go” — and he’s bringing a style all his own to the WWE Universe.
First introduced in a series of vignettes that showed him moving seductively in a nightclub with a gorgeous woman, Fandango shocked the sports-entertainment world when he defeated Chris Jericho in his in-ring debut at WrestleMania 29. That win still ranks as one of the greatest upsets in sports-entertainment history, and shot the dancing devil into the viral stratosphere with a trend known as “Fandangoing.”
After hanging up his dancing shoes, the 6-foot-4, 244-pounder teamed up with Tyler Breeze to form Breezango. With more style than a stack of GQ magazines, the duo is out to prove that ruthless aggression and animal strength aren’t the only ways to find success in sports-entertainment. Beware the "Fashion Police" or you may end up being cited for getting in their way!