WWE’s Montez Ford On ‘Tribute To The Troops’: Interview – Hollywood Life
WWE Superstar as well as previous Marine Montez Ford of the SmackDown Tag Team Champions, ‘The Street Profits’ talked with HollywoodLife SPECIFICALLY regarding the 18th Annual Tribute To The Troops.
Current WWE Superstar as well as fifty percent of the SmackDown Tag Team Champions Montez Ford, 30, with his companion Angelo Dawkins are readied to show up in a significant suit on the upcoming WWE Tribute To The Troops on FOX. The jolly as well as impressive wrestler spoke to HollywoodLife for an UNIQUE brand-new meeting regarding why it is so crucial to be a component of this program. “Man, it is one of our biggest and most favorite shows to do every year and for myself specifically, it is huge for me because I was a prior service man,” he happily mentioned.
“For me to be a part of such a huge event and give back it is like full circle and a blessing… I get the chance to entertain these young men and women who have done so much for our world and this country and you can take their mind off everything that is going on right now, it is a huge and great opportunity to be a part of,” Montez proceeded.
Montez will be involved in a huge ten man tag team match with many future WWE Hall of Fame performers which didn’t getaway Montez that will certainly be duke it outing lots of people he has actually admired. The suit pits Daniel Bryan, Rey Mysterio, Jeff Hardy as well as SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Street Profits vs. King Corbin, Elias, Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn, Dolph Ziggler as well as Robert Roode.
To state he is thrilled would certainly be an exaggeration as he spurted, “Man… It is crazy man. It is crazy! I was talking about this earlier. This is all people that I watched and idolized growing up and before I got into the business.” He buttoned it off by proceeding, “So now to be on the 18th Annual Tribute to the Troops and to be in the same exact ring that I idolized is crazy. I can’t even put it into words honestly. It is kind of like; it is like a quick blur. You are watching and watching, and you think, ‘These guys are awesome!’ They put on classics!” he claimed.
“They do this and they do that and then it is like, ‘Hey, Street Profits, you have a ten-man tag with all the guys you idolized growing up!’,” he discussed. “I mean, God dang! All right! It is crazy to think about and for us it is something that is extremely exciting to go out there and out on a banger! Especially with being in the ring who have put on countless bangers in the past!”
The 18th yearly WWE Tribute to the Troops will certainly broadcast on FOX on Sunday, December 6, beside Sunday’s local NFL programs. Viewers with an NFL competition broadcasting at 1:00 PM ET can view WWE Tribute to the Troops at 4:30 PM ET; visitors with an NFL competition broadcasting at 4:05 PM ET can view the unique at 3:00 PM ET. And for a lot more fumbling activity, look into NXT Requisition: WarGames on the WWE Network at 7 p.m. ET (kickoff program begins at 6:30 p.m.)