On April 10, The Revival finally got their release from WWE after their original request in January 2019.
The last year in WWE for The Revival was a rollercoaster of ideas as they were SmackDown Tag Team Champions, threats alongside Randy Orton in a feud against The New Day, labeled as boring, and embarrassed by The Usos.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer reported in December 2019 that there were plans to turn The Revival into a comedy team, which began with Dash Wilder tripping during his entrance. The idea didn't go anywhere and The Revival were slowly taken off television.
This was Vince McMahon’s plan to repackage The Revival as a comedy team. New music. New gear. Smfh pic.twitter.com/BHPeg2IewZ— Cassidy Haynes of Bodyslam.net (@Casshooole) April 18, 2020
According to Haynes, Vince McMahon personally handed these images to The Revival.
The former Dash Wilder chose to plead the fifth when asked about the legitimacy of the photos on Twitter.
Plead the fifth. https://t.co/yNdfvtAIde— CASH (@CashWheelerFTR) April 18, 2020
The Revival are currently free agents and now going by the names Cash Wheeler & Dax Harwood. They released filed for the trademark 'Fear The Revolt.' You can find out more by clicking here.