It's worth noting that Dream did work for indie promotion Maryland Championship Wrestling before appearing on WWE Tough Enough in 2015. He later made appearances for Combat Zone Wrestling, World Xtreme Wrestling and other promotions.
This is most likely an angle, which could open the storyline door to feuds with talents such as Roderick Strong, Oney Lorcan, Adam Cole and Dream's former partner in MCW, Lio Rush, among others.
You can read Dream's full tweet below:
I'm beyond irritated by the Indy guys coming into NXT, taking up spots, living out their dreams, pretending to be actual talent. Or as WE put it "Superstars"
I'm homegrown talent and I breed success on my own terms. Reactions Prove It. Facts are Facts
If any one under contract has issue with it "The Dream" is easy to find.