The Street Profits Debut On WWE Raw

Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins were in the house last night.

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NXT Tag Team Champions The Street Profits made a surprise appearance on last night's Raw, but whether or not they've actually been called up to WWE's main roster is currently unclear.

Angel Dawkins and Montez Ford's first appearance came during an awkward backstage cut in the opening. Later, they were interviewed by Charly Caruso, with the duo cutting a quick promo claiming they were there to "bring the swag to the show," and that they "want some smoke."

Here's how they introduced themselves:-


The Street Profits returned in the third hour, interrupting a segment with Paul Heyman. This didn't sit well with 'The Advocate,' particularly when they rubbed his head, and the NXT standouts departed soon after Heyman, claiming they'd "overstayed their welcome."

Advertisement's official writeup makes Dawkins and Ford's status unclear, with the report stating that while "Heyman just wasn't receptive to them," it "doesn't mean they shouldn't come back sometime soon."

The Viking Raiders were recently called up to WWE's main roster while still holding the NXT Tag Team Championships. They were forced to relinquish the belts, and it'd be a shame to see the Street Profits follow that path having only won them a few short weeks ago.

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