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The former Revival debut on AEW Dynamite


Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood, formerly known as Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson of The Revival in WWE, made their AEW debut on tonight’s episode of Dynamite. The team was referred to as “FTR” by Excalibur on commentary, a reference that dates back several years.

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FTR has not been seen on television since their WWE release on April 10. Since their release, AEW rumors have run rampant, as they and the Young Bucks have teased involvement with one another for years on social media. On tonight’s Dynamite, FTR teased attacking the Young Bucks, but instead went after The Butcher and The Blade.

During their time in WWE, FTR became Triple Crown Tag Team Champions, capturing the NXT Tag Team Championship and the Raw Tag Team Championship twice each, and the SmackDown Tag Team Championship once.

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