Report: WWE Adding Two Months To Dash Wilder's Contract Due To Injury Time

Dash Wilder will be sticking around a bit longer.

Cassidy Haynes of Bodyslam.net is reporting that WWE is adding an extra two months to the contract of Dash Wilder due to time he missed in 2017 with a jaw injury. Wilder's contract was reportedly set to expire in April 2020, but the extra two months will see his contract run until June 2020. 

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Scott Dawson's contract is still set to expire in April 2020. 

As Fightful reported on Apr. 29, WWE offered each member of The Revival a new five-year deal worth $500,000 per year. The duo reportedly did not accept the deal. Last night on Raw, The Revival was featured in an angle with The Usos that involved back shaving. You can watch the segment by clicking here

Fightful reported back in January that Dawson and Wilder expressed discontent about their position within WWE, and asked for their releases. WWE reportedly asked them to ride things out and see where they stood in the weeks that followed. The duo had a short reign as Raw Tag Team Champions before losing the titles at WrestleMania 35. 

WWE recently added extra months to the contract of Luke Harper due to injury time

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