UPDATE: We reported earlier today here on eWn that The Revival once again requested their WWE releases last week. The requests were not granted for a second time. According to a report from Bodyslam.net, the two turned down their most recent offer to re-sign with the company. Their latest offer was reportedly worth more than $700,000 per year. That is the same offer Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson eventually accepted, but The Revival turned it down.
Dawson and Wilder are “just ready to go” and continue to be “extremely frustrated.” They simply don’t want to sign new deals no matter what WWE offers. Dawson’s contract is up in April, while Wilder’s is up in June.
ORIGINAL: The Revival have once again formally requested to be released from their WWE contracts, according to Bryan Alvarez on Wrestling Observer Live. As of this moment, there is no word on the response to the request.
The Revival had previously requested a release from their contracts in January 2019 after voicing their displeasure how they’ve been used. In May of last year, they had also reportedly turned down 5 year contracts that was worth $500,000 per year.
Over the past year, both Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder have fueled speculation by filing for their own trademarks which indicates a plan in their post-WWE future. Their contracts are due to expire in April, but Dash Wilder had 10 weeks added onto his contract because he missed some time in 2017 with a broken jaw.