Montez Ford, known for his incredible athleticism and energetic performances, is a beloved WWE Superstar. He is also a former Marine so it comes as no surprise he recently paid a visit to The Marines before SmackDown this week.

Ford has been part of The Pride faction with Bobby Lashley and Angelo Dawkins but most importantly, he remains part of The Street Profits and fans simply can’t get enough of them.

In case you didn’t know, Montez Ford served in the U.S. Marine Corps under his real name, Kenneth Crawford. He decided not to re-enlist due to family commitments and eventually made his way to WWE.

Montez Ford took to his Instagram and revealed that he paid a visit to the servicemen and women at the Naval Station Mayport in Jacksonville ahead of this week’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown and showed appreciation to their continued efforts.


”This past Thursday before SmackDown, I had the pleasure of visiting some of our servicemen & women at the Naval Station Mayport in Jacksonville! Being a veteran myself, it means a lot to not only make these visits, but to continue to show appreciation for our military.

Thanks to the personnel for taking time off from your training to attend to us, and continue to push forward. Thanks again @WWE & @theuso for the continued partnership and making these visits & events possible. Too many more, God Bless you all,”

Montez Ford has also spoken to Nick Khan about potentially fighting in the UFC. Regardless, Ford will always appreciate the Marine Corps and that’s all that matters.

Are you proud of Montez Ford for his service in The Marine Corps? Let us know in the comments section below!

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