In a recent interview with Alistair McGeorge from Metro UK, The Street Profits’ Montez Ford talked about the impact of their recent heel turn and partnership with Bobby Lashley.
You can check out some highlights from the interview below:
On how they became stagnant: “Just got idle for a little while. With that grows frustration and anger, because with the hunger to wanna do more, to advance and have more accomplishments in life, that frustration starts to grow.”
On getting momentum after their recent turn: “How many times have we had title matches, and we failed? It’s very hard for a group of individuals to get behind a team that constantly — not makes them upset, but they keep coming up short, they’re not successful in there in their feats. It’s very hard to get behind a team like that.”
On being able to show how they feel internally on camera: “It’s a way of showing what we internally feel like, and showing it on camera to the WWE Universe. It’s kinda an easy transition because once you apply something that’s really real, it’s easy for it to resonate on camera.”
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In a recent interview with Alistair McGeorge from Metro UK, The Street Profits’ Montez Ford discussed the impact of their recent heel turn and partnership with Bobby Lashley. The Street Profits, consisting of Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins, have been a popular tag team in the WWE for some time now. However, they recently made a significant change in their characters by turning heel and aligning themselves with Bobby Lashley.
Ford explained that the decision to turn heel came from a feeling of stagnation. He mentioned that they had become idle and frustrated with their lack of progress. The hunger to achieve more and have greater accomplishments in their careers led to growing frustration and anger. This frustration ultimately fueled their decision to turn heel.
The Street Profits’ recent turn has given them a fresh start and a chance to regain momentum. Ford acknowledged that it’s challenging for fans to support a team that constantly falls short of winning titles. By turning heel, they have the opportunity to show a different side of themselves and prove that they can be successful in the ring.
One of the advantages of their heel turn is the ability to express their true feelings on camera. Ford stated that it’s a way of showing what they internally feel like and displaying it to the WWE Universe. This authenticity makes the transition into their new characters easier and allows their emotions to resonate with the audience.
The partnership with Bobby Lashley adds another layer to The Street Profits’ new personas. Lashley is a dominant force in the WWE and aligning themselves with him gives The Street Profits more credibility and a chance to learn from one of the best in the business.
Overall, The Street Profits’ recent heel turn and partnership with Bobby Lashley have injected new life into their careers. It has allowed them to break free from stagnation and showcase a different side of their characters. With this fresh start, they have the opportunity to achieve greater success and capture the support of fans who may have been hesitant to get behind them in the past.
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