Last Sunday at WWE Clash Of Champions, The Revival defeated The New Day to become the new SmackDown Live Tag Team Champions.
In the process, Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder became the first team in WWE history to hold the trifecta of NXT, Raw, and SD Live tag team gold.
Per a report from Fightful, WWE are looking to tie down the Top Guys to new contracts with their current deals set to expire next year.
Fightful also note neither Dawson nor Wilder had put pen to paper on a new deal ahead of Clash Of Champions, while it’s unknown if they have done so in the eight days since the event.
Earlier this year, The Revival were reportedly offered five year, $500,000 per year deals. More reports suggested the pair turned down these offers after a pretty lengthy period of deliberation.
Before winning SmackDown tag team gold last Sunday night, Dawson and Wilder had been enjoying more TV time. First, they were aligned with Shane McMahon’s faction of bad men on Raw, before they caught the eye of Randy Orton to form the FTRKO stable.