Dash Wilder Comments On The Revival’s WWE Status

Dash Wilder the Revival
Dash Wilder the Revival

Dash Wilder recently took part in an interview with the Mirror in the UK. Wilder commented on recent reports that he and his partner Scott Dawson, have requested their release from the company.

Wilder was hesitant to address the subject. He did characterize the reports of the Revival had requested to leave WWE were “lost in translation.”

Highlights are below. You can read the full interview here.

Dash Wilder On Reports The Revival Requested Their WWE Release

Hmm, I won’t touch on it too much, but what I will say is that it was lost in translation. There were some things that got out there that I don’t think people knew the full story about.

He continued to say neither he or Dawson were aggravated by the reports. They did, however, decide to have some fun with fans regarding them.

I don’t think it aggravated us, it kind of gave us… again, we like to be angry. We like to be mad at things and have something to fight for. So that gave us more fuel for the fire and we were like… ‘we’ll have fun with the internet over that, as they don’t know what’s what, so we’re not going to tell them otherwise’.

Dash Wilder On Teaming With Scott Dawson in the Revival

Me and Dawson both grew up as huge wrestling fans, and tag team wrestling was always something that appealed to us. We spent a lot of time getting into fights we shouldn’t have been getting into, so we worked as a tag team even when we weren’t wrestling. We were always side by side.

He got here a bit before me, but we would talk every day, week and month about how, when I got here and we were both under contract, that we wanted to be a tag team. On my first day when I got here, we went and sat with the coaches and told them about our idea and our vision, and they ran with it.

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