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WWE superstars Often Improvise And Go Off-Script To Entertain

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On the recent Friday Night Smackdown, Montez Ford of The Street Profits revealed an unscripted moment. During Angelo Dawkins’ match with Tama Tonga in the King of the Ring tournament, Ford executed a front flip onto Solo Sikoa and Tonga Loa, followed by a striking pose.

During an interview on WWE’s The Bump, Ford confirmed that the pose was spontaneous, emphasizing the need to showcase unique skills. Despite Tama Tonga defeating Dawkins and Solo Sikoa and Tonga Loa attacking Ford, the Enforcer retaliated by hitting Dawkins with the Samoan Spike.

In a message to The Bloodline, Ford expressed readiness to face the heel faction, highlighting their presence on the blue brand. He emphasized their unwavering desire for competition, stating, “We want the smoke,” and assured their availability on Friday nights for any challenges.

Tama Tonga, and Solo Sikoa (Via WWE/Twitter)

Tama Tonga’s victory sets up a match with LA Knight in the upcoming round of the King of the Ring tournament on WWE SmackDown. The unfolding drama promises more intense matchups and unexpected turns in the wrestling world.

For more exciting updates on WWE and the Street Profits, stay tuned to for all the latest news and developments in professional wrestling.

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