Chad Gable and Bobby Roode are the current RAW Tag Team Champions, but The Revival are right on their heels. WWE made a promise to The Revival when they asked for their WWE releases and so far it looks like they might be following through with the deal. We will just have to wait and see when The Top Guys get their guaranteed title shot.
Gable doesn’t care where he faces The Revival because the four have consistently torn the house down at WWE live events. The former American Alpha member also commented saying that he doesn’t care how long the match is either because he’s all about being pushed to the limit.
“From San Antonio to Saskatoon. Abilene to Oshawa. If you’ve been in attendance, you know you’ve seen something special.
Don’t like The Revival, but I respect being pushed to my limit.
20, 30, 40 minutes… give me an hour. You’ll get everything I’ve got. #Glorious”
The Revival are known for pulling top performances out of their opponents and that is exactly what they seem to be doing with Roode and Gable. As these two teams continue hopefully, WWE’s new focus on tag team wrestling will remain something that the company continues to follow through with.