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Montez Ford Doesn’t Want To Focus On A Solo Career Right Now



In a recent appearance on the “Going Ringside” podcast, Montez Ford shared his perspective on the potential for pursuing a solo career, emphasizing that he and Angelo Dawkins still have numerous objectives to achieve as part of The Street Profits.

Ford articulated his reasons for prioritizing team dynamics over individual competition and his involvement in The Pride alongside Bobby Lashley.

You can check out some highlights from the interview below:

On a possible singles run: “I feel like for myself and Dawkins, we have so much that we’re still trying to obtain as a tag team. But I will say, if that opportunity happens, and we just spoke of when it comes to the [WWE] draft, myself could be drafted to one show, he could be drafted to one show, so we both always talk about if the opportunity presents itself, like we’re going. But as of right now, we’re still together and we’re trying to win [the WWE Tag Team Championships]. We just won our number one contendership match last week, so the focus at hand is right there. So if I’m worried about being solo at this point, it might knock the focus off getting the WWE Tag Team Championships back.”

On working with Bobby Lashley: “[The Street Profits] is the one thing I’ve done the entire time I’ve been in the WWE, so being transitioned to be with someone like Bobby is so cool. It’s like full circle for me because … when I was watching WWE coming up in middle school and high school, I was watching Bobby Lashley. I was watching his matches with John Cena and him competing for the United States Championship at the time. Then seeing how we had similar backgrounds from coming from the [military] service and then doing WWE. So he was always some someone I watched, idolized, and tried to take after. So now for us being now associated, part of that, it’s like a full circle for me.”

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