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The Street Profits make their way to the ring against The Usos at Money in the Bank in July 2, 2022. WWE


  • Booker T thinks the Street Profits are being considered for a split
  • The pair have not performed in the ring since September
  • WWE may bring in other tag teams to freshen up feuds for Street Profits

Triple H has continued to shake things up in the world of pro wrestling thanks to his handling of the company's roster, but Booker T believes that the Street Profits may be headed their separate ways very soon.

Speaking on his Hall of Fame Live! podcast, the WWE Hall of Famer explained his thoughts on the matter.

"Street Profits, they've been pretty quiet lately. We haven't seen a whole lot from [them]. There still could be some rumblings behind the curtain as far as breaking those guys up," he said.

WWE seems to have been teasing a split since as far back as last year when the high-flying and uber-athletic Montez Ford faced Roman Reigns on the September 24 episode of SmackDownl, which had fans theorizing that it was a tryout of sorts for the former as a singles star.

Angelo Dawkins, the other half of the Street Profits, was quick to shoot down such notions this past May, but fans are still not convinced.

It has almost been a month since the Street Profits made an appearance on WWE programming, last facing the Brawling Brutes' Ridge Holland and Butch (formerly known as Pete Dunne on NXT) in a loss.

Because of their disappearance, WWE fans have been of the opinion that the pair are inching ever closer to being split apart.

Ahead of last month's Clash at the Castle pay-per-view, the pair confirmed that they have heard of the rumblings about them breaking up, but tried their best to allay such fears.

"Both of us just stay focused on the task at hand. We don't have the RAW Tag Team Championship anymore, which we never lost. We're trying to regain the SmackDown Tag Team Championship, trying to accomplish something we never did before, which is to win the Undisputed Tag Team Championships," Ford said.

Booker T himself does not want to see them break up since he thinks the Street Profits have a lot more to offer if only those in charge would "line these guys up in the right direction."

There is value in keeping the Street Profits together because WWE is still relatively thin in the tag team division, at least on Raw.

Currently, only the Street Profits, the Good Brothers (Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows), and the Alpha Academy are listed as their straight-up tag teams while SmackDown has guys like The New Day, The Viking Raiders and Legado Del Fantasma together.

The Street Profits do need a mix-up of opponents down the road if WWE wants to keep them together, so it would not be surprising to see some SmackDown or NXT tag teams get moved to Raw to beef up the division.

Only time will tell how Triple H, WWE's chief content officer, handles the duo and how he will keep them fresh.

Street Profits, WWE
Angelo Dawkins (right) looks on as Montez Ford leaps over the top rope for a senton on Matt Riddle. WWE