Street Profits Lose Titles, Headed to WWE Main Roster
Contains Spoilers: In the latest NXT TV tapings, the Street Profits lost the NXT Tag Team Championship Title to the Undisputed Era amid the speculations that they are headed to the WWE Main Roster permanently.
Yesterday, NXT taped their upcoming episodes from 21 August to 11 September 2019 at Full Sail University. With the Undisputed Era still on their mission to grab all the titles at NXT, Bobby Fish and Keilly O’ Reilly continued their feud with the Street Profits. They faced off for the title once again where Street Profits lost. The match is expected to air on 11 September.
After the match, ‘Thank You Profits’ chants started in the arena as the crowd realized that the Street Profits might be on their way to the main roster.
The Street Profits have been appearing in the backstage segments at WWE RAW for over a month now. They would to some skits backstage, comment on the ongoings at the show, hype other wrestlers, WWE legends and sometime NXT also among other things. They are yet to feature in the ring but the fact that RAW Executive Director Paul Heyman is high on them, suggest that they are set to be a major player at RAW in next year or so.
Earlier, former NXT Tag Team Champions War Raiders relinquished the titles and made the move to the main roster. On their main roster debut, they were dubbed as the Viking Experience which sparked a lot of criticism from the fans. Later, the name was changed to the Viking Raiders. They have spent the last few weeks by squashing the enhancement talents.
After the War Raiders relinquished the titles, a fatal 4-way Ladder Match was booked at NXT Takeover: XXV on 7 June. The Street Profits prevailed against the Undisputed Era, Forgotten Sons and Danny Burch & Oney Lorcan to win the titles.