Dax Harwood has come a long way since his days in WWE. Now he is part of the AEW roster and is one-half of the team FTR. Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler’s duo was formerly known as The Revival. However, after parting ways with WWE, they took on the name of FTR. Harwood recently shared a heartfelt reflection on the duo’s career.

Harwood took to Instagram to share a touching reflection on his career as one-half of the tag team, The Revival. He thanked fans for their support and mentioned how grateful he is to have had the opportunity to live his dream of being a professional wrestler.

In his post, Dax Harwood looked back on The Revival’s journey, from their humble beginnings to their time as one of the top tag teams in the wrestling industry. He explained the duo has worked hard to stand out in the wrestling world and they are proud of their accomplishments.

All we’ve ever wanted to do in life was be a professional wrestler. Height, body-type, accent, life situations, we had all of it against us. Now, we leave a body of work I think we can be proud of.

When we started this journey in 2014, we tried to make sure we were always different from the everyone else wrestling currently. We also wanted to work so hard that eventually we’d go down as one of the greatest tag teams to ever do it. I’m not sure if we have reached that, but we’ll damn sure keep trying.

Thank y’all for going on this journey with us. Not sure where the next few years will take us, but I can’t wait for One Last Run.

Top Guys, out.

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It should be noted that FTR has one year left on their AEW deals. Tony Khan is also not in the mood to let his talent go, especially if they’re heading to WWE.

Wheeler began wrestling around 2010 in the independent circuit. He eventually teamed up with Dash Wilder to form The Revival. The team quickly gained a following thanks to their old-school style of wrestling and their impressive abilities. Although it is unclear what the future holds for FTR, Harwood is hopeful that they will get a solid “one last run.” Check out the post below.

Do you think FTR have left a long-lasting impression on pro wrestling? Let us know in the comments!

Saksham Bartsch

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