Understood. But, pray tell, what "speculations" did I include?
There is a Tyrant of unknown origin but with marked resemblances to the T-103 model (aka Mr. X) in the film Resident Evil: Damnation, whose only identifying markers are the numbers 013 on the shoulder.
Similarly, there are a number of human-based Irregular Mutants of "Tyrant-like" appearances & traits throughout the game, such as William Birkin, Morpheus, Alexia Ashford and Jack Norman.
No. William Birkin is not "Tyrant-like" unless you're saying that he's simply not a zombie. The concept of the Tyrants is that they are people who have been infected with the t-Virus and have a special genetic code that has allowed them to become more than the standard zombie, retaining their intelligence. "Tyrant-like", on the wiki, is used to refer to people matching this same description, but who weren't infected by Umbrella in order to become a bio-weapons product (as such, Morpheus and Sergei are not bio-weapons, as their infections were not part of a planned bio-weapons program) - "Tyrant" is a product name. Think of that like two companies making the same product - Sellotape, for example, is a brand of adhesive tape that has become "generically-trademarked" by its purchasers to refer to any adhesive tape; it's the same reason why unintentionally-infected dobermans are "zombie dogs" and not "Cerberuses".
I have always personally used "Tyrant-like" to refer to beings that have a fundamentally human-like form, albeit grotesquely distorted, but which display far greater power than the average B.O.W, as a result of being infected with a viral mutagen, but I understand.
I will not be as "speculatory" again.
While the explanation for why some mutants are considered Tyrant-like and others aren't in the article still feels clunky to me, I won't add anything about the individuals that can or can't be considered Tyrant-like until I have cleared that up here.
My current supposition is that any self-produced human mutant created as a result of their genetics interacting with a t-virus derivative is a "Tyrant-like" mutant; so far, that consists of Morpheus, Jack Norman, Sergei Vladimir, and Alexander Ashford.
Mutants who were created with viruses other than the T-virus, such as G-Birkin, or who artificially modified the infection process, such as Alexia Ashford, cannot even be considered to be Tyrant-like mutants. They are simply mutants.