Sawyer Fulton was one of the original members of SAnitY but he was kicked out of the group in the storyline and an injury kept him out of the ring in real life. Fulton was released from his NXT contract late last year, but he saw a good deal backstage during his time in the company.
Fulton spoke to ProWrestlingPost.com where he revealed there were plans in NXT to introduce a new stable very different from the SAnitY group that came to be.
“Actually, Angelo Dawkins and I were roommates for almost three years, maybe two and a half years. A lot of the stuff we did in the ring and character wise never really got to be explored, which stemmed from stuff we were doing messing around, talking one-on-one. I think when we started tagging and started getting that moving, it was our group that we were trying out, led by Chad Gable. That would be myself, Dawkins, Jason Jordan and Tucker Knight, who is part of Heavy Machinery. I think that is where we started our tagging.”
Things might have been very different if Fulton, Dawkins, Jordan, and Knight formed a stable. It would have stopped the formation of Street Profits, Heavy Machinery, and American Alpha as well so maybe it’s best this one never saw the light of day.