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SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Street Profits def. Raw Tag Team Champions The New Day

SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Street Profits def. Raw Tag Team Champions The New Day

The Street Profits turned in a gutsy performance at Survivor Series, earning one of the biggest wins of their career by toppling The New Day in a battle of tag team champions.

The teams’ first-ever encounter started in high-octane fashion with The Street Profits firing on all cylinders until Kofi Kingston snuffed out a double-team attack, allowing himself and Xavier Woods to take out Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins with aerial maneuvers.

Angelo Dawkins throws his weight around against The New Day: Survivor Series 2020 (WWE Network Exclusive)

The Street Profits get off to a flying start against The New Day while rocking their all-new, Ric Flair inspired, Adidas #Dame7 shoes. Catch WWE action on WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

That’s when The New Day began a clinic in tag team strategy, isolating Ford in the corner and pummeling him between rapid tags. Kingston added insult to injury, grabbing Ford’s signature solo cup and punting it into oblivion.

But Ford found an opening after planting Kingston with a huge DDT, allowing him to tag in Dawkins, who lit the ring on fire with explosive offense, topped off with a unique spinning underhook neckbreaker to Woods. 

The New Day regained control moments later, though much to Kingston’s chagrin, the Midnight Hour wasn’t enough to keep Ford down for the three-count.

Ford borrowed a page from his opponent’s book, hitting Woods with what appeared to be Trouble in Paradise, and moments later, The Profits connected on an electric chair drop-blockbuster combo to earn the victory.

The dueling duos showed nothing but respect for each other afterward, embracing with hugs all around.

The Street Profits turned in a gutsy performance at Survivor Series, earning one of the biggest wins of their career by toppling The New Day in a battle of tag team champions.

The teams’ first-ever encounter started in high-octane fashion with The Street Profits firing on all cylinders until Kofi Kingston snuffed out a double-team attack, allowing himself and Xavier Woods to take out Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins with aerial maneuvers.

Angelo Dawkins throws his weight around against The New Day: Survivor Series 2020 (WWE Network Exclusive)

The Street Profits get off to a flying start against The New Day while rocking their all-new, Ric Flair inspired, Adidas #Dame7 shoes. Catch WWE action on WWE Network, FOX, USA Network, Sony India and more.

That’s when The New Day began a clinic in tag team strategy, isolating Ford in the corner and pummeling him between rapid tags. Kingston added insult to injury, grabbing Ford’s signature solo cup and punting it into oblivion.

But Ford found an opening after planting Kingston with a huge DDT, allowing him to tag in Dawkins, who lit the ring on fire with explosive offense, topped off with a unique spinning underhook neckbreaker to Woods. 

The New Day regained control moments later, though much to Kingston’s chagrin, the Midnight Hour wasn’t enough to keep Ford down for the three-count.

Ford borrowed a page from his opponent’s book, hitting Woods with what appeared to be Trouble in Paradise, and moments later, The Profits connected on an electric chair drop-blockbuster combo to earn the victory.

The dueling duos showed nothing but respect for each other afterward, embracing with hugs all around.