The tag team division is ablaze with anticipation as a significant heel turn appears to be on the horizon.
In recent weeks, we’ve witnessed an intriguing alliance between The Street Profits and Bobby Lashley. Despite The Street Profits maintaining their traditional theme music and portraying clear babyfaces, their roles are poised for an impending transformation.
Bobby Lashley, Montez Ford, and Angelo Dawkins currently find themselves in the familiar “faux babyface” position often employed by WWE to set the stage for a dramatic turn. All signs point to a substantial shift, and recent interactions suggest a feud is brewing with former Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn.
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Following Lashley and The Profits’ departure from the ring, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn entered for their match, which led to a brief encounter. For months, speculations have circulated regarding a potential heel turn for The Street Profits. Notably, Montez Ford was previously linked to a heel turn a couple of years ago during Vince McMahon’s creative tenure.
A heel turn for The Street Profits would likely entail a significant character overhaul, bidding farewell to their cheerful personas and current theme music. WrestleVotes’ insider account has reported that internally, Lashley and The Street Profits are already classified as heels, signaling an imminent shift in their on-screen personas.
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