Triple H Gave Hit Row Full Creative Reign In WWE NXT

By | January 2, 2022

During this year’s edition of the WWE Draft, Hit Row was called up to the WWE main roster, which certainly surprised many fans. The faction was currently part of Friday Night Smackdown and finally made their debut in October. It seems Triple H gave Hit Row a lot of freedom.

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 have all been released by the company, which definitely shocked and infuriated fans all over the world.

While speaking during a virtual signing with K & S WrestleFest, B-Fab talked about her time in WWE alongside Hit Row. She also revealed that Triple H gave Hit Row a lot of freedom to develop their characters.

“He truly gave us the reigns and let us go and do what we needed to do. Everything we did in NXT and SmackDown, we wrote ourselves, down to our walkout song. Triple H knew this was a group that could do a lot of great things and even if he didn’t know exactly how to do it all, he knew that we had tons of ideas all the time. We came every week with tons of ideas, they didn’t really have to tell us much. He totally let us have creative and believed in what we were doing. He always tried to keep us on the rails if we were too big as far as the ideas, but he truly believed in what we were doing.”

B-Fab had a 30-day non-compete clause while the rest of the Hit Row members have a 90-day clause. It remains to be seen what is next in store for them in the pro wrestling world.

h/t to Fightful for the quotes.

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