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Dash Wilder selling used passport, Sasha Banks finds herself in Australia

The Revival look like they’re headed back to the top of the Raw roster. They are poised to take on the Hardy Boyz and that feud might do the trick in cementing them as Top Guys on Raw. On the other side of things, there is a certain hashtag going around Twitter that doesn’t favor The Revival too well. In fact, the Twitter trend is #F-ckTheRevival, so yeah… it’s not too flattering.

While it might be a harmless rib and mention of a previous incident, Dash Wilder of The Revival recently put a couple items up for sale. Wilder tweeted out that he had a used passport and old backpack for sale. The asking price is $4,000 so we can either assume the passport is special to him or the backpack has a Rolex in it.

But it was a very clever jab at a recent backpack theft incident with Matt Jackson. Just in case you hadn’t heard, Matt Jackson allegedly had his backpack stolen with his passport and $2000 in merchandise money inside.

Flip Gordon commented on the situation saying that Dash owes him and Nick Jackson seemed pretty taken back by this posting. We can only assume Wilder got a hold of someone else’s belongings. It’s a rib as old as time, just ask JBL.

In the end, Dash Wilder said that he’ll talk to Flip about it. Pro wrestling is fun.

Sasha Banks was recently sent as an ambassador to New Zealand and Australia to promote WWE’s upcoming tour in September. While on her trip Banks met with fans, did some media appearances, and signed autographs. But one really special thing happened in Australia when she found herself, literally.

Sasha ran across an awesome piece of street art painted by an artist known as Maha in Melbourne, Australia’s Hosier Lane. It’s a really sweet tribute to The Boss and we’re sure she was certainly excited to make this find.

It’s been a busy week full of news. If you’d like to catch up on some of the top stories from this week, check out some of the links below:


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