Street Profits Comment On Rumours Of Potential Split

7 months ago by Connel Rumsey

Street Profits Comment On Rumours Of Potential Split WWE

The Street Profits have been one of WWE’s premier tag teams ever since their main roster call-up back in 2019, with the duo of Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford capturing the Raw, SmackDown, NXT and EVOLVE Tag Team Championships in their time as a tag team.

With Montez Ford’s continued rise, fans have begun speculating that the team may be coming to an end soon, which has even been teased on WWE television prior to the change in regime.

The Street Profits recently spoke to Inside the Ropes, where they were asked about a potential split. Ford said that the pair have a lot on their plates at the moment, and they are focusing on recapturing the tag team titles.

Ford said:

“Honestly don’t understand man, to be honest. I think the first time I heard about it was an interview, maybe last week, the week before last. Like dang, man. Both of us are just staying focused on the task at hand. We don’t have the Raw Tag Team Championships anymore, which we never lost. We’re trying to regain back the SmackDown Tag Team Championships, trying to accomplish something we never did before, which is win the Undisputed Tag Team Championships. So just with that task at hand, dealing with fatherhood for both of us, dealing with wives and everything else, I don’t think we’re really worried about splitting because we already got a whole bunch of stuff on our plate as it is. Again, on top of that, it takes away the focus of what we’re trying to do. Thinking about ‘Solo this, solo that.’ The draft hasn’t even happened yet. We’re just staying focused, take care of these babies, trying to get that bag,”

Angelo Dawkins then spoke, noting that he hopes the duo will be able to be like the New Day, and still support each other while they have singles runs.

He said:

“Absolutely. I mean, we brothers, you know what I’m saying? We’ve been brothers since NXT, so it means a lot. Also following what the New Day did. They’re still together, but they’ve also had their little singles runs, but they’ve always had each other’s back no matter what. So we’re brothers at the end of the day, we got each other’s back no matter what, and we just focused on being Raw Tag Team Champions and SmackDown Tag Team Champions,”

The Street Profits have been involved in the ongoing conflict with Maximum Male Models, Hit Row and Los Lotharios on SmackDown in recent weeks, though remain a part of the Raw roster.

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