WWE News: Superstar whose contract is due to expire vows to 'change everything' in 2020
It was reported in 2019 by Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp that Wilder and Scott Dawson had been offered new five-year deals to remain with the company. However, as of the last update in September, the three-time WWE Tag Team Champions had not signed the contracts.
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Unless they agree to the new deals in the near future, both Revival members are due to be out of contract in 2020, with Dawson’s deal set to expire in April and Wilder’s set to expire 10 weeks later after WWE exercised their right to extend his previous contract due to injury.
The Revival’s WWE frustrations in 2019
The year began with several reports suggesting that The Revival had asked to leave WWE due to their frustrations with the way that the tag team division had been booked.
According to a report from Sportskeeda’s Tom Colohue in September 2019, both Superstars were “happier going forward with WWE now than they were” after they began featuring more prominently on RAW and SmackDown.
They went on to lose the SmackDown Tag Team titles against Big E and Kofi Kingston in November, while their last televised match ended in defeat against Heavy Machinery on the final episode of SmackDown before Christmas.