The Forgotten Sons def. The Street Profits

The Street Profits vs. The Forgotten Sons: WWE NXT, Jan. 30, 2019

With the dangerous Jaxson Ryker watching on at ringside, The Forgotten Sons' Wesley Blake & Steve Cutler tangle with rivals The Street Profits. Video courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.

The Forgotten Sons’ victory over The Street Profits didn’t come easily, nor was it without controversy, but neither of those details change the fact that Steve Cutler, Wesley Blake & Jaxson Ryker proved that they are an absolute threat to anybody who dares overlook them.

Only Cutler & Blake were sanctioned for the match, but that didn’t stop the monstrous Ryker from making his presence felt when it mattered the most. After a wild seesaw battle that saw plenty of highlight reel-worthy double-team maneuvers — from Blake powerbombing Montez Ford onto Cutler’s knees, to the Profits hitting an incredible electric chair blockbuster on Blake — Ryker yanked down the top strand while Ford was running the ropes, causing Ford to tumble to the floor. He then leveled the Street Profit with a hard hit.

The referee missed the illegal interference, but Angelo Dawkins did not. However, as The Curse of Greatness approached The Forgotten Sons’ heavy hitter with bad intentions in mind, Blake wiped him out with an outrageous dive to the floor. Soon after, Dawkins felt the brunt of Blake & Cutler’s vicious inverted DDT/stomp combo, and he was unable to kick out. The final visual of the “Savages of NXT” standing tall spoke volumes, and after such a brutal display, it might have also sent chills through the NXT locker room.

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