Montez Ford, is half of the WWE Smackdown Tag Team Champions with Angelo Dawkins and they go by the name of The Street Profits.
During a recent interview with Dayton247Now, Montez Ford opened up about their famous catchphrase that they often use.
Montez Ford reveals the meaning
Fans may wonder what the phrase “we want the smoke” really means. Ford recently explained the meaning of that. He said it means getting ready and preparing for homework or whatever the day throws at them.
“We always say, ‘We want the smoke!’, And [that] is an acronym for whatever comes our way that day, you know, whatever … a test, exam, or job interview, or something that’s like an assignment, it’s like, you know … we want the smoke. Just bring it, whatever you got, world. Whatever you got, throw it this way, throw it this way. “
The Street Profits are one of the most popular tag teams in WWE and have gained popularity since their NXT days. Then her debut on the main chart stood out in a fairly short period.
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They are set to face WWE Raw Tag Team Champions, The New Day at Survivor Series pay-per-view on Sunday, November 22 at WWE Thunderdome at Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.
Kurt Angle ‘negotiated’ comeback match with big name
WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle remains one of the most technically gifted professional wrestlers to ever set foot inside the squared circle. He had arguably the best rookie year in WWE history as he won the WWE Championship in one year and competed at the highest level for many years after that.
Angle would leave WWE in 2006 and headed to TNA Wrestling, where he spent a decade with the company, surpassing the seven years that he remained in WWE. He also had instant classics on TNA, including matches against players like AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, Nigel McGuiness, and many more.
Angle would return to WWE in 2017 and also had a short career as a competitor in the ring, before finally returning to WrestleMania 35 in 2019. He lost his last match against Baron Corbin, in a move that Angle really regrets until this date.
According to a report from PWInsider, it was revealed that Impact Wrestling opened negotiations with Kurt Angle last year about the idea of Angle returning to face Ken Shamrock.
When we interviewed him last year, he didn’t rule out the idea of guest appearances. Impact Wrestling opened negotiations with him last year with the idea that Angle would return to fight Ken Shamrock, but they did not reach an agreement, as we were told that Angle chose not to participate in the discussions. So we may not have seen the last of him in the ring, but as a full-time artist, it’s not happening.
Roman Reigns lost ‘Top Star’ to WWE Stable
Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, and Dean Ambrose will always be known as The Shield, but they almost had an additional member when it was a new stable with a new name. Big E revealed that there was talk of plans to have him as the fourth member of The Shield, but he was lost in the confusion before he could sadly join. Roman Reigns and Paul Heyman have just confirmed that they are “boycotting” a WWE show.
Big E said on a WWE Network special: “My first feeling of being called was in 2012. I was looping. Any collective period of days is a loop. It’s roman [Reigns], Seth [Rollins], Dean [Ambrose], and me. It was thought of joining the four of us as a group.
Obviously, that changes, they go on to international fame as The Shield. They told me, ‘You’re going to be with Dolph and AJ, on your first night, you’re going to attack John Cena.’ I’m thinking, ‘Man, this is it.’
Big E said it was “too embarrassing” to watch himself, so he wouldn’t be watching his new WWE Network documentary.
Big E tweeted ahead of the premiere: “I’m embarrassed to see myself or see people say nice things about me (so I’m going to sit down) but please tune in to my # WWE24 tonight on @WWENetwork,” wrote Big E on Twitter. “They are constantly producing stellar documents, so I know I am in good hands.”
The Rock ‘Angry’ rants at AEW’s big name leaks
The Rock is still considered one of the most popular professional wrestlers in the history of the business. During the No Way Out 2001 pay-per-view, The Rock challenged Kurt Angle for the WWE title in a singles match.
While The Rock won the match, it was not without its problems. The end of the match was botched, as current AEW referee Earl Hebner mistook the second Rock Bottom delivered by The Rock as the first and stopped counting to three.
Kurt Angle talked about the failed ending on “The Kurt Angle Show” where he revealed that the failure was simply a mistake. He then revealed that The Rock was absolutely livid with failure.
“Well, you know, I clearly remember that Earl probably thought it was the first Rock Bottom. I think we had a Rock Bottom early in the game, and Earl forgot about it. So the end was supposed to be the second Rock Bottom, and Earl thought the second was the first. So that’s why he hesitated in the count. “
Dwayne, The Rock was pissed off. He picked me up, Rock Bottomed me and said to Earl, looked him in the eye and said, ‘Count the fucking ending!’ (Laughs) He’s pissed off! Earl will get it when we get back to Gorilla. But Dwayne, he was angry at the time, and when he got backstage, he got cold. He didn’t scream or anything. We all make mistakes.”