Report: WWE Extends Dash Wilder's Contract By Two Months To Make Up For Time Lost To Injury

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Reports came out Monday that The Revival were approached by WWE with contract offers worth $500,000 a year for five years. The duo, who reportedly asked for their release back in January, were said to have declined the offer in later reports.

A full day after Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson took part in an angle that saw The Usos covertly filming Wilder shaving Dawson's back in the showers, Cassidy Haynes of Bodyslam.net has reported that Wilder of has had his WWE contract extended by two months.

The time added is due to Wilder missing action in 2017 due to a broken jaw.

Wilder's contract will now expire in June 2020. Dawson's still expires in April of the same year.

This story comes after Luke Harper himself recently had six months added to the end of his existing contract, also for injury reasons. Harper had days earlier taken to social media to announce that he had asked WWE for his release, only to both be denied, and later have the additional time tacked on.

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