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Dax Harwood Fuels Rumors Of FTR Returning To WWE

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• Dax Harwood Fuels Rumors Of FTR Returning To WWE

FTR (fka The Revival in WWE) is one of the most decorated tag teams in pro-wrestling today.

Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler have won the following Tag Team Championships together during their careers so far:

– 2x RAW Tag Team Champions

– 1x SmackDown Tag Team Champions

– 2x NXT Tag Team Champions

– 1x AEW World Tag Team Champions

– 1x ROH World Tag Team Champions

– 1x IWGP Tag Team Champions

– 1x AAA World Tag Team Champions

They recently lost the ROH Tag Team Titles to The Briscoes at the ROH Final Battle 2022 pay-per-view, but they still hold the IWGP Tag Team Titles (which they are scheduled to defend at NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 17 on January 4th 2023) and the AAA Tag Team Titles.

According to Xero News, word going on is that FTR will return to WWE next year:

“The belief is that while they can’t enter full talks, FTR to WWE is effectively a done deal. They’re dropping the Titles gradually leading into April. FTR’s loss at ROH Final Battle is the first step in the direction of an Usos match penciled for April or May.”

Dax fueled these rumors by stating that he hopes to work with Cody Rhodes (who’s in WWE now) “very, very soon”.

Below is what Harwood said about his relationship with Cody on William Regal’s podcast:

“Before I came to AEW, I had a big issue with Cody, which I’ve talked to him about. He did a podcast with Sam Roberts and Sam Roberts said, ‘I’m going to ask you point blank, who’s better FTR, or the Revival, or The Young Bucks’, and without skipping a beat, he said, ‘The Young Bucks because FTR, or The Revival, they have to practice their matches and The Young Bucks, they don’t. They just come in and have these matches.’

I took issue with that because in 18 years now, at that point, I think it was like 15 years or whatever, 14 years, I’ve never, ever, ever, ever, ever practiced a match in my life, and I will never practice a match in my life.

That goes to the Speedball (Mike Bailey) match you saw at WrestleCade. He wanted to practice in the back and I said, ‘Speedball, I’m sorry, I don’t do that, and I’m not going to start today.’

But that really ate at me because all the stuff that we had built up and we had worked so hard to create, I felt that he was taking a sh*t on that by saying we practice our matches. But I got over that. Even though it doesn’t sound like it, I did. I got over it.

He and I are very good friends. We talk all the time now. I think that he is a visionary, I think he is too smart for his own good, and I hope to be able to work with him very, very soon because I mean, I think I could tear it up with him.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (December 22, 1985) – WWF All American Wrestling

On this day in 1985, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF All American Wrestling’.

It included pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments and featured the 1985 WWF Superstars.

The card can be found right here:

British Bulldogs vs. Ron Shaw & Gino Carabello

WWF Update: British Bulldogs

Nikolai Volkoff & Iron Sheik vs. Jose Luis Rivera & Suni Warcloud

Jim Neidhart vs. Tony Garea *JIP* (Boston Garden)

Leaping Lanny Poffo vs. Mr. X

Ricky Steamboat & King Tonga vs. the Menace & Ron Shaw

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