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The Revival reportedly received huge multi-year WWE deals

The Revival were unhappy with their position in the company and asked for their release. They were denied their release but were given a push instead, as they became the RAW Tag Team Champions. They lost the titles at Wrestlemania to Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins, but WWE still wants The Revival to stay with the company.

Jim Ross on his podcast once said that some “undercard guys” were getting $500,000 a year offers to stay in WWE. Now it seems that the ”undercard guys” turned out to be The Revival.

Fightful reports that WWE offered Dash and Dawson five-year contracts worth $500,000 a year, which is $2.5 million in the next five years combined. That is certainly a lot of money.

Despite being a great deal, neither of The Revival has accepted the deal and they most likely won’t take the offer either.

We will keep you updated regarding The Revival’s contract status as we get to know more.


  • Soulshroude

    Why? Because the WWe has no one else. Either they’re bringing up wrestlers and changing their gimmicks, or bringing up wrestlers who were good in NXT and who should’ve stayed in NXT. The Revival is a survival team who’s members are very lucky to be where their at.

  • Kayfabe_Is_Dead

    Well I wouldn’t say they “received” it if in fact they turned down an offer…. not the same.

  • Rajah

    “They were defined their release….”

    *denied

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    I think you got the wrong tag team. Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson are the ones with the contracts up this fall. The Reivel still got a year or 2 left on there deal.

  • Jesse Lombas

    its not worst then a sports team paying players 20 times more then they are worth

  • oppa

    They turned down the deal. Seeing how it’s a long term deal, and seeing how they are dealing with Luke Harper and Sasha isn’t helping this situation. This also lets AEW know they can offer less money and better conditions and still sign people. WWE has too much talent, keeps adding more talent, but overexposes people too much. Titan Towers needs an overhaul to fix all of these issues.

  • Rinn13

    That’s absurd that WWE is willing to pay people that much money per year, even though they likely don’t actually have big plans for them.