Update On The Revival's Future Outside Of WWE

Where will Harwood and Wheeler go next...

Back on April 10, WWE announced Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder of The Revival had been released by the company. The tag team have since repackaged themselves as Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler of The Revolt and have released videos and images on social media hyping their return to professional wrestling. 

Many believe Harwood and Wheeler are set to sign with All Elite Wrestling in the near future, but The former SmackDown Tag Team Champions gave an update on what they plan to do next on Talk Is Jericho.

The tag team explained they have multiple offers on the table but that they have not made a final decision as of yet. They did name-drop multiple tag teams they would like to face, however, including The North in IMPACT Wrestling, The Briscoe Brothers in Ring Of Honor, and The Young Bucks in AEW, among others. 

The transcript can be read below: 

Dax Harwood said: "We've obviously had talks about it but we aren't in any kind of rush to make any decision. There's so many tag teams out there that we want to work with from IMPACT Wrestling, Ring Of Honor, AEW obviously, and New Japan. And not saying that all those guys are going to want us, but that's just our goal to work with the guys like… The North from IMPACT Wrestling, they're a great tag team, I would love to work with them. Obviously, we get tagged in a lot The Briscoes from Ring Of Honor, we'd love to work with them." 

Cash Wheeler added: "The Guerrillas Of Destiny."

Harwood: "Yeah, The Guerrillas from New Japan. CJ or Juice Robinson and David." 

Wheeler: "FinJuice."

Harwood: "We'd love to go there and work with those guys. And on top of that list, obviously is the match that we've heard about since 2016 and that's us and The Young Bucks. So there's a lot that we want to do and there's a lot of people we want to work with so we're not in any kind of hurry to make any decision just yet."

Cash later added: "We've got some offers from multiple places that obviously are very interesting to us and we're not going to jump to any conclusions. Like, we just got out of a really long-term relationship, we're not looking for a rebound right off the bat. We don't want to jump from one situation to another without really weighing all the pros and cons and taking our time and seeing what's out there, because wrestling right now is maybe more exciting for wrestlers than it's ever been as far as options and places and being in control of your own destiny."


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