Hit Row member Top Dolla made his way from the world of football to professional wrestling. It did not take him too long before Top Dolla understand how things went about in WWE. Mark Henry also commented on the negativity surrounding Top Dolla.

Top Dolla was seen as the leader of Hit Row due to his impressive mic skills and well-liked diss tracks. However, he had heat on him and had built a sort of negative reputation as well.

While speaking on the Busted Open podcast, Mark Henry accused WWE stars of spreading negative propaganda about Top Dolla during his first run because they felt threatened by him.

“He [Top Dolla] spoke on the fact that, they, there was a lot of chatter in the locker room about them [Hit Row] not being humble, them not being team players or them not agreeing to kind of the status quo of what the WWE locker room was like. And he said, ‘Mark, have you ever known me to be unprofessional? Have you ever known me to be a bully? No. Triple H, same thing. No.’ When people feel like their spots are threatened, they start putting out negative propaganda if they can’t fix it.


He spoke up for himself, he intimidated people, he scared people – and he’s a smart ass dude. He’s a college graduate. And some people can’t take a powerful black dude telling them the right thing to do. They can’t take it. I think Triple H recognized what happened and he stopped the bleeding.”

Triple H also promised Hit Row clean slate after their WWE return. We will have to wait and see how Hit Row will be booked in the coming weeks. They will likely get eir time to shine his time around.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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