On the February 17th episode of WWE SmackDown, Hit Row member Top Dolla performed a freestyle rap when Bray Wyatt interrupted, and he recently reflected on the moment.
Appearing on the “Wrasslerap” podcast, Dolla revealed that because Hit Row didn’t have anything prepared during rehearsal, he performed the freestyle on the spot. He said,
“To be honest, that was so cool for us because we came there that day expecting to just do a promo. Then, they were like, ‘we have this idea of y’all doing a rap and getting interrupted.’ That was on the spot that day. In rehearsal, we didn’t even have anything prepared. They just put the beat on and I just freestyled for a minute and a half. They were thinking I wrote this out, ‘this is what I’m going to say,’ but I really freestyled for a minute and a half and they were like, ‘cool.’”
The segment saw Wyatt and Uncle Howdy decimate Hit Row before sending a message to Brock Lesnar and Bobby Lashley ahead of the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view event.
Wyatt has been on the shelf since early March when he was pulled from WrestleMania 39 due to a “physical issue.” There’s no word on Wyatt’s current status as of now.