Isaiah 'Swerve' Scott Says Hit Row 'Generated $2 Million Together' In NXT

Hit Row wasn't together long, but they made an impact as a group.

Hit Row (Isaiah 'Swerve' Scott, Ashante 'Thee' Adonis, Top Dolla, and B-Fab) debuted as a group on the May 4 episode of NXT when Top Dolla helped Scott defeat Leon Ruff in a Falls Count Anywhere match. The group was dubbed "Hit Row" the following week.

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Scott would go on to win the NXT North American Championship and Hit Row would hold a championship cypher at NXT Great American Bash.

The group was drafted to WWE SmackDown as part of the 2021 WWE Draft. After only a couple of appearances on WWE SmackDown, B-Fab was released by the company on November 4. Scott, Dolla, and Adonis were released on November 18.

Taking to social media, Scott said that the group generated $2 million while in NXT. It was not clarified if this was profit or revenue.

All four members of Hit Row had 90-day non-compete clauses attached to their releases.

Despite Hit Row not lasting long on the main roster, Scott said he was proud he could leave his mark on WWE. You can find his full comments by clicking here.

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