Going back to January 2019, Dawson and Wilder had reportedly asked for their release for the first time, unhappy with how they (along with the tag division, as a whole) were being used. In May of that year, it was reported that the tag team turned down a new 5-year contract, worth $500,000 per year.
Since then, The Revival has filed to trademark their finisher, "Shatter Machine," and "#FTRKO."
Their WWE contracts are reportedly expiring in April, but it's been reported that WWE added another 10 weeks to Wilder's contract due to the time he missed in 2016 with a broken jaw.
Today on Twitter, Dawson commented on fans reacting to the news of them either stay or leaving WWE.
"If we settle, you guys say we're lazy & complacent. If we try to be better, you guys say we're whining & complaining. Make up your mind."
If we settle, you guys say we're lazy & complacent. If we try to be better, you guys say we're whining & complaining.— Scott Dawson (@ScottDawsonWWE) February 1, 2020
Make up your mind.