The Hit Row certainly had a lot of potential in WWE, after debuting back in NXT last year. They were called up to the WWE main roster during last year’s edition of the WWE Draft and that was seen as a huge thing for many. B-Fab also opened up about her WWE release recently.

Unfortunately, B-Fab from Hit Row was released by WWE back in November last year. That was not all as the company ended up releasing the remaining Hit Row members later in that month as well.

Hit Row members Top Dolla, Isaiah “Swerve” Scott, and Ashante “Thee” Adonis had all been let go by the company last year. While speaking on The Angle Podcast, B-Fab talked about her release from WWE.

The former WWE Superstar revealed that she could not believe it when WWE official John Laurinaitis informed her of her release. This is because she expected to be back on the road with Hit Row soon.


”I’m like, ‘okay cool, he’s going to tell me what’s going on. Why they didn’t need me this week, the boys are doing something small, whatever it is, just tell me, I will be there with them next week.’ Then he tells me that I am released. My heart dropped and I couldn’t believe it. He’s like, ‘oh it’s budget cuts,’ and I kept hearing it is my wrestling level compared to everyone else.”

B-Fab also recently stated that she is willing to make return to WWE somewhere down the line. Hit Row, now known as the HitMakerZ, also reunited at the MCW Pro Wrestling Spring Fever show on March 19 in Parkville, Maryland. We’ll have to see if B-Fab will come back to WWE or not in the future.

H/T WrestlingInc

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