The Revival Has Reportedly Been Offered New Multi-Year Deals, But Still Yet To Sign

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The Revival requested their release from WWE earlier this year in what was a high profile exchange between WWE and The Top Guys, who are seemingly looking to head over to All Elite Wrestling when their contracts are up.

As with many stars in WWE at present, the company denied their request for a release and instead took their advice when it came to the Tag Team Division on Raw and even gave them a push towards the Tag Team Championships.

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Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder won the Raw Tag Team Championships ahead of WrestleMania and went on to defend them on the Kick off show as Curt Hawkins finally ended his losing streak when he helped the former Edgeheads to pick up the victory over the former NXT Tag Team Champions.

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While WWE has followed through on their promise to push Dash and Dawson in the Tag Team Division and made them Champions, The Top Guys don’t seem any happier with their current WWE status and according to a report by Fightful.com, they have been offered new five-year deals which are worth an incredible half a million dollars a year.

That means that Dash and Dawson would pocket $2.5 million over the next five years if they sign but according to the same report, neither man has signed a new deal and doesn’t look likely to either.

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The former Tag Team Champions have a meeting with WWE later today ahead of Monday Night Raw and could be persuaded to sign if they are motivated by the money, but the issue here is that Dash and Dawson want to wrestle and want to make a difference in the Tag Team Division and if WWE aren’t willing to offer the duo this then no amount of money would convince them to stay.

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