After months of rumors and speculations, WWE finally announced yesterday that both members of the Revival have been released from their contracts.
Since then people have been wondering what’s next for the former Raw Tag Team Champions and a new report provides some updates on the situation.
Ryan Satin of the Pro Wrestling Sheet noted on twitter that he has confirmed with the sources that the duo does not have a non compete clause associated to their release:
FYI – I’ve confirmed with sources that The Revival do not have a no compete clause and are free to work wherever now, hence the “immediate release” wording from WWE.
— Ryan Satin (@ryansatin) April 10, 2020
There have been a lot of speculation over the Revival joining AEW and several AEW stars including the Young Bucks have also reacted to their release from the company.
Now this revelation means that both the stars are free to sign with any company they like and unlike Brodie Lee, who had to wait for his non-compete clause to expire, they can appear on AEW Dynamite as soon as next week if the duo decides to do so.