Originally published at B-FAB hopes that Hit Row reunites, comments on potential feud with AEW's The Acclaimed
B-FAB is hopeful for a Hit Row reunion.
The group once known as ‘Hit Row’ in WWE consisted of Shane ‘Swerve’ Strickland, A.J. Francis (Top Dolla), Briana Brandy (B-FAB) and Tehuti Miles. All four members of the group were released from WWE in November. Brandy became a free agent in December and Strickland, Francis and Miles are set to become free agents in several weeks.
Although they are not together as a unit in pro wrestling currently, Briana is hopeful that a Hit Row reunion can happen in the future and they can appear in a company together. She expressed that sentiment during a virtual signing with East Coast Autograph Auctions.
That is my biggest dream is that we come back together and show up somewhere. I don’t know where, but if we can all come together and you know, debut again somewhere else or with a company, I would be super excited.
When asked about the idea of an on-screen feud between Hit Row and AEW’s The Acclaimed (Max Caster & Anthony Bowens), Brandy feels that it would be a hot feud. She added that Hit Row collectively had many ideas and she wishes they could have shown everyone what they were capable of.
Mhm, that’d be a hot feud. That would be a hot feud . We had so many ideas and everything for Hit Row. I just really wish we would have been able to show everybody everything that we could’ve done. But it is what it is.
Throughout her time with WWE, she wrestled in a total of ten matches. As of this writing, her most recent match was in September against Elektra Lopez.
If Brandy were to return to WWE and go into the tag team division, she would like to team with Bianca Belair to go after the tag titles.
Definitely Bianca . I think we’d tear the house down as a tag team. Honestly, we’d be definitely amazing together.
While on the topic of her on-screen name, she said it was Paul ‘Triple H’ Levesque who was fond of the name ‘B-FAB’.
Oh man, it took a while to come up with this name. I threw them a ton of names and it just came down to Triple H really liked the name ‘B-FAB’ so we have to go with what your boss likes, you know? They had a lot of different names that we went through to get that name but, I ended up really enjoying having that name too because I was able to come up with a ton of catchphrases as well.
Hit Row formally arrived to WWE TV in mid-2021 and later that year, they were moved to the SmackDown brand as a part of the 2021 WWE Draft.
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