Last week, Isaiah “Swerve” Scott ended his feud with Leon Ruff... with the help of some new associates. AJ Francis did the work, while Ashante Thee Adonis & Briana Brandy helped Swerve roll out in style after beating Ruff in their Falls Count Anywhere match.
This week, while Leon let his emotions get the better of him (leading to his ignoring General Manager William Regal’s advice and catching a beating from Pete Dunne), Scott and team returned to deliver their mission statement... and unveil a trio of new WWE trademarks.
The announce crew called out former NFL-er AJ Francis by name last week, but from now on you’ll call him Top Dolla. Brandy, who’s been in Developmental since 2019 and a side career as a hip-hop artist, is now B-Fab. Together with Swerve and Ashante, they are Hit Row Records. And they are a problem for everyone else in NXT.
#WWENXT has a NEW problem and their name is #HitRowRecords!@swerveconfident @AJFrancis410 @TheeAdonisWWE #BFAB pic.twitter.com/oo7IvBzebz— WWE (@WWE) May 12, 2021
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