WWE released a lot of talent in 2021, and Hit Row’s release was a very surprising one. B-Fab was cut from the company’s roster and the rest of the stable soon followed. It turns out that you can never say never about them finding their way to AEW.

K&W WrestleFest recently had B-Fab in for a chat. They asked about Hit Row showing up in AEW. Her answer was quite interesting, because she sure didn’t rule it out.

“We’ll see what happens, never say never. Honestly, I would just love to have us all together, anywhere, doing anything. When you see our group, it speaks volumes without saying anything. I wish we would have gotten to show everyone what we were going to do fully. I know we would have been a global act, for sure.”

B-Fab mentioned that her return to the ring might have to wait. The rest of her stable is still under their non-compete clauses, so that seems to indicate that Hit Row plans on sticking together. The bottom line is that B-Fab isn’t going to make plans until she finds out if Hit Row has a chance at reuniting.

“I’m not sure right now because the boys still have more time left on their contracts. Right now, I would really love for us all to get back together. We’re just trying to see what we all want to do right now. I don’t have any major plans right now to wrestle because I want to see what the boys are doing first.”

It will be interesting to see if Hit Row does arrive in AEW eventually. Top Dolla also generated a bit of heat with their locker room by insulting their sneaker game. Only time will tell what 2022 brings for anyone involved.

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