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Angelo Dawkins Facts: All You Need To Know About The Street Profits Star

Angelo Dawkins has become one of the most popular WWE Superstars on the Friday night SmackDown

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show. He is a part of the Street Profits tag team along with the high-flying Montez Ford. Dawkins and Ford were earlier a part of the WWE NXT show. They then joined the WWE RAW brand and became the WWE RAW Tag Team Champions.

During the WWE Draft 2020, the Street Profits moved to SmackDown. The reigning SmackDown Tag Team Champions of that time, the New Day, switched to WWE RAW. So, the creative team booked a segment where the Street Profits exchanged the tag team titles with the New Day. The Street Profits then had a decent reign as the SmackDown Tag Team Champions. Fans have been impressed by the work of Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford. In this article today, we will look at some lesser-known things about Dawkins.

1. Angelo Dawkins is one of the four Superstars to become triple crown tag team champions

There are three pairs of tag team belts in the WWE. Two are of RAW and SmackDown, and the third one is of the WWE NXT show. As mentioned ahead, Angelo Dawkins has won the RAW and SmackDown tag team championships with Montez Ford. Before they debuted on the main roster, The Street Profits were the WWE NXT tag team champs. Only Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson of The Revival have achieved this fe at, apart from Dawkins and Ford.

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2. He made his WWE NXT debut in 2012

Not many fans would know that Angelo Dawkins has been in the WWE for close to a decade now. He made his WWE debut on an NXT episode in 2012. He lost to Sami Zayn in his first match.

3. His mother discouraged him from watching WWE

While Dawkins is one of the top stars in World Wrestling Entertainment right now, there was a time when his mother discouraged him from watching WWE when he was young.

4. Angelo Dawkins did the worst promo ever

Dawkins and Ford are excellent on mic now. But when Dawkins was new, he cut the worst promo ever. He told Lilian Garcia on Chasing Glory podcast: “I did a promo on being called ‘Jug’ and it was possibly the worst promo ever in wrestling history.”

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