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The Revolt pokes fun at Vince McMahon with new t-shirt



The Revolt, formerly known as The Revival, decided to have some fun at the expense of Vince McMahon with their latest t-shirt.

Scott Dawson changed his name to Dax Harwood and Dash Wilder changed his name to Cash Wheeler.

Months before the company granted them the request of their release, McMahon had plans to turn The Revival into a comedy tag team, which began back in December. At one point, there was the idea of them turning into a comedy version of The Fabulous Ones tag team from the 80s.

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In the end, the plans for them were dropped and they were eventually pulled from television. Last week, images of what McMahon had in mind for them surfaced online.

The idea was for them to have new gear, music, and different a dynamic as they transitioned into being a comedy team. You can see the original artwork here. 

Harwood took to his official Twitter account to show off the new shirt, which is a parody of the artwork that was created. You can check out the tweet here:

The Revolt is not under a 90-day non-compete clause. Thus, they’re free and clear to sign with any promotion they wish. The leading speculation is that they will be headed to AEW.