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In an unexpected turn of events, recent reports suggest that The Hurt Business, a top WWE stable, may never return to the company​​. The rumour originated from Boozer Wrestling (via FightFans), a well-known insider account in the wrestling community, making the news hard to dismiss despite its unofficial status. A fan posed the question on everyone’s mind, “Hurt Business is definitely never happening again, right?” to which the account responded, “Yup not now.” Although it’s not an outright confirmation, it casts a heavy shadow over the future of the stable​.

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Reflecting on The Hurt Business’ Legacy

Drew Gulak (L) in action vs Cedric Alexander during event at Barclays Center. Brooklyn, NY 8/19/2018 CREDIT: Rob Tringali (Photo by Rob Tringali /Sports Illustrated via Getty Images) (Set Number: X162079 TK1 )

The news, though based on unverified rumors, has sent ripples of disappointment across the fanbase. The Hurt Business was much more than a mere assembly of Superstars; it was a powerhouse that had the potential to transcend its current acclaim, especially during the ThunderDome era​​. The stable, consisting of Bobby Lashley, MVP, Cedric Alexander, and Shelton Benjamin, had an undeniable synergy that captivated audiences worldwide. Their potential departure leaves a void that newer faces may find challenging to fill.

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WWE News: Speculations and Hope for the Future

While the air of uncertainty looms, there is still a glimmer of hope. The WWE has a history of unpredictable twists, and it wouldn’t be far-fetched for the company to change its course. The return of The Hurt Business, perhaps with a refreshed lineup, could be a strategic move that would excite fans and reinstate the group’s legacy. For now, the speculation continues, as fans and experts alike ponder the future of The Hurt Business in the WWE​.

None of the members of the group have yet been confirmed for the upcoming WWE Money in the Bank Premium Live Event on July 1st 2023 from the O2 Arena in London, England. Although, there is a good chance that we will see MVP joining the ‘Nigerian Giant’ Omos if he is to appear on that show. Keep checking back to HNHH for all of the latest and biggest WWE News!

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