WWE Stars Publicly Advocating For Popular Group’s Return
The Hurt Business became one of the most popular groups in the modern age of WWE and years after they went their separate ways, it seems many of those involved want to get the band back together.
The Hurt Business was a very successful WWE group during the “pandemic era” when there were no fans in attendance for most of 2020 and the first half of 2021. The group’s biggest star, Bobby Lashley, had title reigns as the US Champion and WWE Champion during the period when the group was together.
In addition, Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin held the Raw Tag Team Championship during this time as MVP assembled a group of champions to dominate the red brand.
But as is usual in the wrestling business, the group eventually went their separate ways and despite recent teases on WWE television that they could reunite, it doesn’t look likely – no matter how much those involved would like it to happen.
Responding to a fan on social media who said they missed the group, MVP noted that “we all do” while Cedric Alexander replied simply “me too.”
We all do. https://t.co/2qkUsrKLOx
— MVP (@The305MVP) April 17, 2023
Me too https://t.co/qEzWMx3KY0
— PRIME Alexander (@CedricAlexander) April 18, 2023
Shelton Benjamin has now followed up on those remarks with his own thoughts on the end of Raw which saw all hell break loose between The Bloodline, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn & Matt Riddle, The LWO, and The Judgment Day as he wondered who could possibly bring order to such chaos:
“I wonder who could bring some order to all this mayhem”
I wonder who could bring some order to all this mayhem
— Shelton J. Benjamin (@Sheltyb803) April 18, 2023
Survivor Series 1997 was subtitled Gang Rulz as several factions went to war at that event, should The Hurt Business make a return to WWE, group warfare could be booming once again.