During the Friday Night SmackDown broadcasts on FS1, the Street Profits team managed to retain the Team Championships after defeating Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode.

The confrontation was the first of the most recent day of the blue show. Roode and Ziggler took advantage of several cheating opportunities to gain an early lead. However, the champions managed to get up and tackle them quickly. In the last moments of the fight, Robert received a Roll-Up from Montez Ford that gave the latter the victory on the count of three.

In this way, Street Profits retain the SmackDown Tag Team Championships. Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford racked up a total of 67 days in the hands of former champions The New Day. Recall that, with the transfer of Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods to SmackDown because of the 2020 Draft, the latter had to exchange their championships with Street Profits. With this ostentation, Dawkins and Ford became Triple Crown team starters as well as Grand Slam champions.

Robert Roode And Dolph Ziggler Accumulated Several Victories Against Street Profits

On November 28, Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler obtained an important victory against Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford in a non-title match. After several victories in singles matches, Ziggler and Roode earned a title shot for this special episode of Friday Night SmackDown from the US pay channel FS1.