Revolt have a trolling response to the team formerly known as The Revival.
Sometimes in life, you just have to find humor in a situation. Caleb Konley and Zane Riley have proven that with their new shirt.
A common question I’ve asked lately, is “what’s in a name?”
If you haven’t been paying attention, let me catch you up: the tag team formerly known as The Revival have been rumored to have changed their name to Revolt. Dax Harwood (FKA Scott Dawson) and Cash Wheeler (FKA Dash Wilder) filed a trademark for “Fear the Revolt” and released a new logo consisting of the letters R and V. They’ve released new merch with “Fear the Revolt” plastered all over it. The duo appeared on “Talk is Jericho” and the appearance was advertised as “The Revolt”.
Why is this a problem?
There is already a tag team called Revolt that have been around for five years. From the same state as Harwood and Wheeler. They actually know each other. So, they’re straight up trying to steal the gimmick. Some real top guys, amirite?
The lawyer representing said Top Guys claim that they were never going to use the name The Revolt or any variation, despite a lot of evidence to the contrary, which I laid out for you here.
All on the same page now? Good.
Even with the claim that they’re not using The Revolt, Harwood and Wheeler have continued to tweet “Fear the Revolt” and trying to troll Revolt.
Riley and Konley aren’t laying down and doing the job for Harwood and Wheeler. They will not be bullied by two former WWE Superstars (who may I remind you, were treated badly for said company) over an identity they created and have used half a decade.