During yesterday night's "WWE Raw" program, MVP posted a picture of himself with Omos, The Street Profits, and "WWE NXT" champion Carmelo Hayes on Instagram. According to fans' fast speculation, the Nation of Domination may be making a comeback, or MVP may bring a revamped version of The Hurt Business stable to WWE programming.
The Hurt Business's former incarnation abruptly disbanded in March 2021 when Bobby Lashley fired Shelton Benjamin and Cedric Alexander. After rumors that Lashley and MVP had attempted to persuade Vince McMahon to keep the faction together, MVP has frequently hinted on social media about reuniting the stable.
Batista expressed his displeasure with the decision to dissolve The Hurt Business, calling it "bad for business." In addition, Hayes has hinted that he would challenge Bron Breakker for the "NXT" Championship at the forthcoming Stand & Deliver PLE.
Hayes is still a member of the "NXT" team. As a result, on tonight's Roadblock special episode of WWE's developmental program, we might learn more about what the company has in store for Hayes. Suppose Hayes is called up to the main roster.
In that case, he will likely do so after the Showcase of Immortals since WWE usually waits until the evening following WrestleMania to do so. Hayes could join the "Raw" or "WWE SmackDown" rosters.
New Stable Formation Could Inject Freshness to WWE Programming
Omos, The Street Profits, and Carmelo Hayes joining forces to establish a new stable may introduce a unique aspect to WWE programming.
One of the most powerful factions in recent history, The Hurt Business, might give the product a much-needed boost with its comeback. On the other hand, The Nation of Domination was a contentious wrestling organization in the late 1990s with a predominance of black wrestlers and a focus on racial issues.
WWE would need to handle the return of this faction with subtlety and respect. Overall, WWE fans have been very excited and speculative about the photo that MVP posted. It's unclear what these superstars' futures hold, but it's evident that WWE wants to change things up and give its audience new stories.