The Revival and the Young Bucks have been linked together the last couple of years, despite not being signed to the same promotion. They exchanged the following Tweets last night after Raw:
One day we’ll wrestle The Revival & everyone will rejoice. Remember this tweet.
— The Young Bucks (@MattJackson13) December 4, 2018
“One day we’ll wrestle The Revival & everyone will rejoice. Remember this tweet.”
— Scott Dawson (@ScottDawsonWWE) December 4, 2018
One day we’ll wrestle The Young Bucks & everyone will rejoice. Remember this tweet.
— Dash (@DashWilderWWE) December 4, 2018
“One day we’ll wrestle The Young Bucks & everyone will rejoice. Remember this tweet.”
The Young Bucks vs The Revival
This isn’t the first time the two teams have teased facing each other either. In 2017, the Young Bucks were constantly pushing #FTR, which is an acronym of an insult to the Revival. The Revival then said on social media they wanted to wrestle the Young Bucks.
Let’s do it!
— The Young Bucks (@NickJacksonYB) October 24, 2018
The Revival Vs the Lucha House Party
One thing the Revival might appreciate about facing the Young Bucks is that there are only 2 of them. For the last few weeks on Raw, the Revival have been booked against the team of cruiserweights. Unfortunately for Dash and Dawson, however, the Lucha House Party trio appear to have their own set of rules.
The luchadors have been allowed to wrestle 3-on-2 against the conventional tag-team. Then last night on Raw, the Lucha House Party was allowed to face Scott Dawson 3-on-1. It’s still not clear if the Revival will ever get a fair match against their current rivals.