Released WWE Stable Returns On SmackDown

Vince McMahon didn't like this WWE faction, but Triple H does. They're back!

Hit Row WWE

Hit Row are back in WWE. Well, three quarters of them anyway.

B-FAB, Top Dolla and Ashante Thee Adonis returned on Friday's episode of SmackDown - there had been rumours about the faction making a comeback, but few believed they'd be on WWE TV so quickly. Of course, the stable were without old pal Swerve Strickland, because he's signed to a deal with AEW.

Fingers crossed Hit Row enjoy a better main roster experience than they did last time. Vince McMahon just didn't seem to get the group, and they were all released shortly after landing on the blue brand from old stomping grounds NXT last year.


2022 should be different.

Dolla and Adonis beat some local enhancement workers before all three members of the stable grabbed microphones and said their familiar catchphrase ("...and if you didn't know, now you know!"). WWE went the simple route with Hit Row, which is probably for the best to ease them back in.


Perhaps Triple H can pick up where the group left off. If nothing else, Dolla and Adonis will help beef out the tag-team division on Fridays.

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