Montez Ford is close to returning



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Montez Ford is close to returning

Many fans are divided on this issue: is it better to see him as a single or leave him as a couple? Regardless, Montez Ford has proven to be a natural wrestling talent, being called "a future world champion" by none other than Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, who was blown away by the crystal clear talent of the former champion.

couple. Montez Ford, along with his close friend Angelo Dawkins, won the duo titles of all WWE shows, also becoming the Tag Team Triple Crown Champion. However, in recent weeks the duo have disappeared from the scene due to a foot injury to Ford, as was shown in the latest Street Profits appearance on screen.

Update on Montez Ford's status

Speaking at the TODAY Show, Montez Ford was asked how his recovery from injury was going, with the 90s class announcing that he is ready to return to the ring: "I feel 100% now. I should be back soon enough.

Just pick the goals and make sure that when I get back, the mission is still within reach, which is with my right-hand man, Angelo Dawkins. This means winning the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship." During the hiatus, Montez Ford, along with his wife Bianca Belair, worked on a new WWE Studios series with their two protagonists.

WWE Co-CEO Nick Khan commented: “In 2023, WWE Studios will premiere a new series on Hulu featuring superstars Bianca Belair and Montez Ford. The eight-episode first season is currently in production. We are also delighted to do more business with our friends at Disney and Hulu, where we have extended our "Raw" re-airing rights agreement.

So a very busy 2023 for Montez Ford who, in addition to aiming for the many desired Undisputed Tag Team Championship, will also be involved outside the ring for the series dedicated to him and his wife Bianca Belair. During his recent appearance on Booker T's Hall Of Fame podcast, Montez Ford stated that he has always wanted to become WWE Champion.

"But I will say, on other hand, [being WWE Champion] has been a dream as a little kid," said Ford. "My mom still sends me photos, all the time, of me holding up my own WWE Championship and even me having my hand out in front of my face.

My little mini dream. But it's always a dream to be a World Champion, and I don't think that ever goes away.' '