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Three RAW Superstars are said to be on their way out of the company, according to multiple reports.

WWE release is already rocking the internet again as words reaching us say that The Revival’s Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder are possibly being on their way out of WWE.

There is reportedly concern within WWE that the two Superstars are finishing up with the company, according to Fightful.

Their report did not say that Dawson and Wilder have outright asked for their releases, but that the company “has reason to be very fearful that The Revival are done or finishing up” after a situation at Monday’s RAW, which saw The Revival get a win over Lucha House Party.

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Their source indicated that The Revival were “in line for a push” but that also changes on a weekly basis.

It was also noted that a release is anything but guaranteed as everything is handled on a case-by-case basis.

Dolph Ziggler LEAVING WWE

It’s believed that All Elite Wrestling would naturally be an option for The Revival but that is speculation and the situation should be taken as a rumor for now. We will keep you updated on the story.

Dolph Ziggler once again finds himself at the centre of rumours that he’s leaving WWE, for what feels like the fourth or fifth time now. However, this time might be the time that ‘The Showoff’ does leave for pastures new as evidence is slowly starting to mount up.

Ziggler’s WWE status has been an ongoing saga since Royal Rumble last year when it was revealed he was given a $1.5 million dollar deal, which Ziggler later went on to shoot down by saying he hadn’t signed a new deal at all.

SummerSlam rolled around and there was further news that Ziggler had turned down a contract offer from WWE just before the show.

Given that speculation on Ziggler’s future has ramped up again almost a year later, it would appear that he didn’t sign a new full-time contract, but instead agreed to a one-year extension.