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NewsAngelo Dawkins On Whether The Street Profits Will Split, GUNTHER/Kevin Owens

Angelo Dawkins On Whether The Street Profits Will Split, GUNTHER/Kevin Owens



During a recent appearance on “The Ten Count” podcast, reigning WWE Intercontinental Champion GUNTHER commented on his recent match with Kevin Owens on RAW and how the fans reacted to it. He said,

“He [Kevin Owens] seems to have some temper issues for some reason. I don’t know exactly what’s going on there. Overall, though, to get in the ring and have a singles match with him was really good. I think the energy he brings to the ring is a very good match for the energy I bring to the ring. It’s a very good contrast. I think if you visually look at us, people can really relate with someone standing up to a bully and not taking anything from him. I think that’s why people connected with that match and story in a very authentic way. Besides all of that, he’s been here for so long and has achieved a lot of great things. I really enjoyed being in the ring with him. He’s very intense. Very physical, as well. I like when my matches are — I’m not a believer that matches need to be crisp and beautiful all the time. The best matches are quite scrappy, if that makes sense? If it’s not beautiful, if it’s intense and brutal and very physical, I think that’s what people can relate to the most. I think that’s why we got the reaction to it we got.”

Angelo Dawkins was a recent guest on The Ringer Wrestling Show to discuss a variety of topics, including whether a Street Profits split may be coming at some point in the future. He said,

“I think everybody is just fascinated with everybody breaking up. It happens everywhere. It happens in basketball, football, baseball, sports in general. Music groups start as groups and then they break off and you have that one dude who ascends. For us, we’re trying to do what the New Day did. We’re always going to have each other’s backs. When he’s doing his thing, he had Elimination Chamber and he showed out. I was there for him and sending support and making sure he was good mentally and ready to go and shock the world, which he did. I ain’t climbing like that and flipping off it. We make sure we’re there for each other. Everybody, obviously they want Montez to be great, they want him to do big things. They want me to do big things too. They feel like we have to split up to accomplish those things. I don’t personally think that way. I think we can have each other’s back and then we have our side missions, going out there and putting on shows by ourselves. Even though we get tired and get winded, I like to tag out and catch my breath. I think we’re good staying together and have each other’s back and showing that we can still go for the same goals, whether we have a singles goal or as a tag team.“

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