Booker T: ‘My Brother And I Are Discussing Potential Match With The Revival’

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Booker T: ‘My Brother And I Are Discussing Potential Match With The Revival’

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On last night’s final WWE Backstage of 2019, Booker T gave two very intriguing resolutions for the new year.

The multi-time WWE & WCW Tag Team Champion revealed on last night’s episode that he has desires to manage The Street Profits at some point in the year.

“You know, since I am a tag team extraordinaire, tag team specialist, fourteen Tag Team Championships throughout my reign in this business,” Booker boasted. “I’m looking forward to the tag team division getting crunk in 2020. And I might even manage The Street Profits somewhere along the year.”

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Renee Young then went on to ask Booker about the potential bout pitting Booker & Stevie Ray, Harlem Heat, against The Revival. This match was first teased on the Kickoff show for WWE TLC 2019, when the SmackDown tag team challenged the 2019 WWE Hall Of Fame duo (through Booker T) to come out of retirement to face them in a one-off match. Booker revealed that he and Stevie Ray are talking about the potential of them accepting this challenge.

“You know what, me and my big brother, we’re talking about it,” Booker confessed. “I got one left in me. Dawson, Wilder, don’t get jacked up, sucka!”

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