WWE SmackDown Superstar Montez Ford, a prominent figure in the tag-team scene, recently opened up about his aspirations for a solo career.
Ford, who is part of the highly acclaimed tag team, the Street Profits, alongside Angelo Dawkins, has been the subject of much speculation regarding a potential transition to a solo career.
In a candid conversation with USA Today Sports, Ford addressed these rumours head-on. He confessed that his childhood dream was always to clinch the WWE Championship, a feat unattainable as a tag team wrestler.
WWE SmackDown: The Dream of a WWE Champion
Ford’s revelation about his championship ambitions sheds light on his perspective towards his career.
He stated, “As a kid, I’ve always had a dream to become WWE champion, and you can’t do that as a tag team wrestler. You can be a part of a tag team, but it’s just me out there. That’s always been a dream of mine, and that’s one of the things I’m always looking forward to, training for.”
The Future of the Street Profits
While Ford’s dreams of a solo run and championship glory are compelling, they raise questions about the future of the Street Profits.
The duo has been a significant force in the tag-team scene, and their potential split could have a profound impact on the landscape of WWE’s tag-team division.