Street Profits vs Private Party

Street Profits vs Private Party
Street Profits vs Private Party
Street Profits vs Private Party
Street Profits vs Private Party
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Dream Rivalry:

NXT vs AEW, a tag team spectacle of new innovative talent from two different backgrounds. Marq Quen and Isiah Kassidy both from New York, while Angelo Dawkins from Fairfield, Ohio and Montez Ford from Chicago, Illinois. Angelo was an amateur wrestler at Harper College, Montez served time in the United States Marine Corps, while the Private Party got into wrestling on the indies and worked mainly in House Of Glory. Both tag teams share innovative tag team maneuvers and a comparable in ring style when it comes to team work.


2001-2012 Marq Quen’s first appearance was in a 5-man gauntlet match in 2001 at NCW Silence The Violence III. He made his return in 2012 tagging with Alex Reyes. Before Private Party’s emergence, they credit working closely with TNA-fame X-Division champion Amazing Red at the House of Glory wrestling school.

2015: HOG On August 21st at HOG At Last the team of Isiah Kassidy & Marq Quen made their tag team debut as The Private Party. Just 4 months later, they defeated EYFBO to win the HOG Tag Team Championship titles.

2016 Private Party further made a name for themselves by holding the titles for 252 days, facing The Hardy Boyz, Psicosis & Super Crazy, The Dudley Boyz, and LAX.
Meanwhile, the team of Angelo Dawkins and Kenneth Crawford debuted on the March 16, 2016 episode of NXT, (taped on January 21), where they were defeated by The Hype Bros. The team would continue to work at house shows. On the August 9, 2017 episode of NXT, now known as Street Profits, they made their return by defeating The Metro Brothers. At this time, Kenneth Crawford was renamed Montez Ford. Street Profits would go on a winning streak, defeating the likes of The Ealy Twins, Riddick Moss and Tino Sabbatelli, and local wrestlers.

2018: Evolve On October 26, 2018, it was announced that Street Profits would make their first appearance at Evolve. At Evolve 114, Street Profits won the Evolve Tag Team Championship by defeating The Doom Patrol. They would successfully defend the titles against the likes of The WorkHorsemen, AR Fox and Leon Ruff, Austin Theory and Harlem Bravado, and The Skulk. At Evolve 123, they lost the titles to The Unwanted.

2019 On the May 1, 2019 episode of NXT, Viking Raiders vacated the NXT Tag Team Championship, but were challenged by the Street Profits. The match ended in disqualification after The Fogotten Sons, and Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch got involved. A four-way tag team ladder match for the NXT Tag Team Championship was later scheduled for NXT TakeOver: XXV between Street Profits, Lorcan and Burch, The Forgotten Sons, and The Undisputed Era. At NXT TakeOver: XXV, they won the NXT Tag Team Championship for the first time.
Meanwhile, the Private Party worked more indie promotions including HOG, NEW, and WOW. On April 22nd the Young Bucks announced that they have handpicked the Private Party for All Elite Wrestling.

Tale of the tape:

Street Profits vs Private Party
NXT, WWE Known In AEW, HOG, NEW, indies
1990, 1990 Born 19??, 1997
6’5″, 6’1″ Height 6’3″, 6’1″
260, 232 Weight (lb) ???
2016 Debut 2015
WWE Performance Center Trained by House Of Glory
Who would win this rivalry?

Can it happen?

Not until one or the other leaves the rival company! WWE vs AEW is a dream, or more specifically NXT vs AEW. This is very unlikely to happen any time soon. If both tag team careers will continue to go strong, maybe we’ll see theirs paths cross one day?

Likelihood Level: Unlikely


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