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WWE stars not happy about being left off SummerSlam card



Dash Wilder threw some shade at WWE on Friday with his latest tweet.

He wrote, "Which tag match are you most excited about this Sunday at SummerSlam?"

If you've seen the card then you will notice that no tag team matches have been announced for SummerSlam.

Former Women's Tag Team Champion Peyton Royce sent out this tweet in response to Wilder:

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Wilder's tweet and Dawson's recent Twitter interaction with The Young Bucks and The Lucha Brothers will only add fuel to the rumors that suggest that The Revival will be AEW-bound in early 2020.

The belief is that their WWE deals will expire sometime in the spring shortly after WrestleMania 36.

Two WWE sources noted to me that there are a few unhappy wrestlers that they were left off the SummerSlam card and people are starting to realize that even with Paul Heyman and Eric Bischoff as Executive Directors, Vince McMahon still has the final say and only a small group of wrestlers will be seen as a priority.

Guys like The Revival are not seen as more than mid-card guys that can have good matches on Raw or on occasional pay-per-views early in the card or on the Kickoff show. In this case, there was no room for The Revival on the SummerSlam main card or Kickoff show.

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