• AEW Reacts To Report Of WWE Being Interested In Bringing Back FTR
According to Fightful Select, WWE wants to bring AEW Tag Team FTR (fka The Revival) back to the company:
“WWE has expressed interest internally about possibly bringing back the team formerly known as The Revival.
In 2019, the two passed up what were then huge offers of $850,000 each, with Mark Carrano even mentioning that he could possibly get them to $1 million each before they left for All Elite Wrestling.
WWE is unable to approach FTR directly (right now).”
After this report came out, All Elite Wrestling informed Fightful that Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler of FTR have over a year remaining on their current contracts.
FTR is one of the top tag teams in the world today. Below are their major accomplishments in pro-wrestling:
– 2x WWE RAW Tag Team Champions
– 1x WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions
– 2x WWE NXT Tag Team Champions
– First WWE Tag Team Triple Crown Champions
– 1x WWE 24/7 Champion
– 1x AEW World Tag Team Champions
– 1x ROH World Tag Team Champions (current)
– 1x AAA World Tag Team Champions (current)
At an upcoming indy event, FTR will be managed by Bret Hart for one night only.
FTR will FINALLY get their chance to be managed by Bret Hart when they take on the team of Brian Pillman Jr & Brock Anderson with Arn Anderson!
It happens on Friday June 10th in Webster, Ma!
— Big Time Wrestling (@BTWwrestling) April 17, 2022
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (April 20, 1997) – WWF In Your House 14: Revenge of the ‘Taker
On this day in Pro Wrestling history on April 20, 1997, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF In Your House 14: Revenge of the ‘Taker’ LIVE on PPV from the Rochester Community War Memorial in Rochester, New York.
This was the 14th out of 28 WWF In Your House pay-per-views, that aired between 1995 and 1999.
The results were:
WWF Tag Team Championship: The Legion of Doom defeated Owen Hart & The British Bulldog (c) by DQ
WWF Intercontinental Championship: Savio Vega defeated Rocky Maivia (c) by count-out
Jesse James defeated Rockabilly
WWF World Heavyweight Championship: The Undertaker (c) defeated Mankind
#1 Contender Match: Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated Bret Hart by DQ