Several weeks ago, there were rumors of Apollo Crews turning heel and aligning with Brendan Vink and Shane Thorne. This group was set to be managed by MVP. Since then, Vink and Thorne have disappeared and Apollo Crews has won the US Championship.
If you watched WWE Raw last night, then you saw MVP approach Crews prior to his match. Crews turned him down.
However, Crews defeated Andrade last night to retain his title by holding on to the rope. Does this mean Crews is turning heel?
According to WrestlingNews.co, Crews is still set to turn heel. He’s also still set to eventually join MVP and Lashley as a stable.
— Apollo (@WWEApollo) June 16, 2020
You may have also noticed that Shelton Benjamin randomly appeared on Raw after being more or less non-existent on television for 2020.
According to the report. Shelton Benjamin is also being considered to join. It is also being reported that MVP has lobbied for Benjamin to get more television time as a result of Paul Heyman being let go.
It’s possible in the near future we could see Lashley, Crews, Benjamin, and MVP all aligned in a stable. Could this stable fill in as the heel faction hole left by what appears to be the dismantling of Vega, Andrade, and Garza?
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