B-Fab Comments On Wrestling Future & Potential Hit Row Reunion

B-Fab Comments On Wrestling Future & Potential Hit Row Reunion

Briana Brandy (fka B-Fab) has commented on her future in wrestling, discussing the possibility of a Hit Row reunion outside of WWE.

Brady was released by WWE on November 4. The rest of Hit Row (Isaiah ‘Swerve’ Scott, Top Dolla & Ashante Adonis) was let go by the company just two weeks later.

Brady only wrestled two televised matches during her time with WWE. In a virtual signing for K&W WrestleFest, Brady revealed that she does plan to continue wrestling, noting:

“I do (want to continue my wrestling career) because I love wrestling and when I came into it, I knew that I liked it but when I started training and everything, I fell in love with it so, I definitely would love to continue wrestling. I just wanna continue somewhere where I’m not gonna get hurt because people have to understand, wrestling is a very dangerous thing.

“It’s not something to just play with. The simplest things we do in wrestling, you could get seriously hurt so, with that, I’m very conscious of like wrestling for someone correct so I wouldn’t get hurt so that’s the main thing.”

Quote via POST Wrestling.

Later in the signing, Brady was asked about a possible Hit Row reunion in AEW. Wanting to see what her former faction-mates’ post-WWE plans are before making any major decisions herself, Brady said:

“We’ll see what happens, never say never. Honestly, I would just love to have us all together, anywhere, doing anything. When you see our group, it speaks volumes without saying anything. I wish we would have gotten to show everyone what we were going to do fully. I know we would have been a global act, for sure.

“The boys still have more time left on their contracts. Right now, I would really love for us all to get back together. We’re just trying to see what we all want to do right now. I don’t have any major plans right now to wrestle because I want to see what the boys are doing first.”

Quote via Fightful

Isaiah Scott (Shane Strickland) recently reflected on his time with WWE, explaining why he was satisfied with his run.

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3 years ago by Sanchez Taylor


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