In the early hours of the morning, Scott Dawson of The Revival sent out a tweet stating that he would be “taking some time away”, not coming back until he had “everything figured out”.
Automatically, many people assumed that The Revival would be taking a break from WWE until they had decided whether or not they would accept the big-money deals that had been offered to them to stop them leaving for AEW.
Guys, it’s time to go away for a while until we get everything figured out. See ya soon. #FTR
— Uncle Dax FTR (@DaxFTR) January 12, 2020
However, Dawson has now apologised for the vague nature of his tweet, confirming that the duo WILL NOT be taking a break from WWE.
Instead, the former Raw, SmackDown and NXT Tag Team Champion has said that he will be taking a break from social media.
I’ve had many friends & fans ask me about this. I should’ve clarified, I’m taking a break from social media. I apologize for that vague tweet, but I do appreciate EVERYONE’S support. Everything I do is for my family. I only want the best for them. They’re my #1.
Thank you.#FTR https://t.co/w0R0qYlRte
— Uncle Dax FTR (@DaxFTR) January 13, 2020
While the duo might not be taking time away from WWE right now, they might not be WWE wrestlers for much longer as they have filed to trademark a possible post-WWE tag team name.
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