There is a new tag team set to be featured in WWE following a video that aired as a digital exclusive.
The current WWE men’s tag team division is strong with several contending teams on the Raw brand while Smackdown has a good amount of teams as well. All of those teams are currently focused on taking the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Titles from The Judgment Day’s Damian Priest & Finn Balor.
Up next for the champions are Pete Dunne & Tyler Bate, who won a number one contender’s Tag Team Match over #DIY on the February 9th edition of WWE Smackdown.
While other teams are going after the champions, a new tag team was featured in a video that aired on WWE’s social media channels.
In the video that WWE posted, former Raw Tag Team Champion Cedric Alexander and former Hit Row member Ashante “Thee” Adonis did a seated interview together. They spoke about how they had come together to become a tag team in WWE.
There was some friendly banter in the video as Cedric questioned Ashante’s wardrobe choices, which led to Ashante saying he wanted to help Cedric improve his wardrobe. Adonis suggested they are called Rags & Riches while Alexander wondered why he was rags. It may not be an official name.
In the Fightful Select rundown on Smackdown in Charlotte, this video featuring Adonis & Alexander was listed as airing during the show, but it was only aired as a digital exclusive.
How Long Have Alexander & Adonis Worked For WWE?
Cedric Alexander has worked for WWE since 2016 so that’s going on eight years now. Cedric was part of the Cruiserweight Division and the 205 Live show for several years. Alexander had his greatest WWE success as a member of The Hurt Business group with Bobby Lashley, MVP, and Shelton Benjamin. Alexander was a Raw Tag Team Champion and also held the Cruiserweight Title as a singles wrestler.
Ashante “Thee” Adonis served in the military for five years before starting his journey as a pro wrestler. Adonis was signed by WWE in 2018 and put into the Hit Row group. After being released in November 2021. he was re-hired in August 2022 shortly after Triple H took over as WWE’s Chief Content Officer in charge of booking the WWE main roster.
It is unknown when Adonis & Alexander will make their television debut as a team.
— WWE (@WWE) February 10, 2024