The Revival asking for their release from WWE couldn’t have been an easy decision to make. However, it happened this Monday and the company denied Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder their exits.

This didn’t stop Dash Wilder from preparing for The Revival’s potential departure from the company in big way. He copyrighted “#FTR” on New Year’s Day. This phrase has a lot of history with The Elite. They also sported this hashtag on their gear.

Dave Meltzer discussed The Revival’s release request on Wrestling Observer Radio where he said it didn’t take a genius to figure out that The Revival wanted out of their WWE contracts.

“So they purchased the trademark of Forever The Revival (#FTR) which is interesting because #FTR was the Young Bucks’ thing. I think it’s not a secret everyone in the world knows, it doesn’t take a genius to know that they would probably love to go to AEW and work with the Young Bucks because they know they’ll get to have their twenty-minute matches that they don’t have in WWE. Not because they don’t have the talent to do it because obviously, they’ve got the talent. They have the talent with Roode and Gable, they just don’t have the time.”


The Revival could be in for big push after requesting their WWE release. After all, the company doesn’t want it to get out that anyone is unhappy. You never know what can happen in pro wrestling because The Revival and The Young Bucks have been teasing feud for a very long time.

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