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Street Profits split was considered as part of WWE Draft

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Going into the WWE Draft, a split of the Street Profits with each member going their own way to their own brand was considered.

The idea was first reported by PWInsider Monday and discussed by Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio.

The original concept was Montez Ford moving to Raw while Angelo Dawkins would remain on SmackDown. However, WWE decided to split up the team of T-Bar (Raw) and Mace (SmackDown) instead.

Ford and Dawkins were drafted to Raw with the first pick of the fourth round Monday. Ford's wife, Bianca Belair, was taken with Raw's second pick of the first round on last Friday's draft kickoff on SmackDown.

Originally drafted to Raw in October 2019, Ford and Dawkins have held both the Raw and SmackDown Tag Team titles along with the NXT Tag Team titles.

The two-night draft event concluded Monday with the new rosters taking effect on Friday, October 22nd, the day after Crown Jewel.