FTR Debut On AEW Dynamite. Just Don’t Call Them The Revival…

The team formerly known as The Revival made their AEW Dynamite debut last night. FTR have arrived!

Photo Credit: AEW

When is a surprise not a surprise?

How about when the team formerly known as The Revival debut on AEW Dynamite?

Regardless of whether or not it was expected, it was still a fantastic moment. Now all the silliness about names, t-shirts and gimmick infringement is done and dusted, Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood made their first appearances since leaving WWE.

This angle was part of a huge night on Dynamite that ended with a huge brawl between Mike Tyson and Chris Jericho that had the eyes of the sports world on AEW for the first time.

The set up was a match that saw The Young Bucks and Matt Hardy face Private Party and Joey Janela in the first match of the night.

After the match, The Butcher & The Blade hit the ring to attack the Bucks. Before long, the camera cut to an old time pick-up truck pulling up at Daily’s Place with a double denim clad Harwood and Wheeler jumping out and heading to the ring to join in the fun.

Instead of the obvious attack on Matt & Nick Jackson, FTR laid into The Butcher and The Blade, sending them packing.

It looks like we are getting a slow build towards a tag team feud that has been considered a modern dream match by many and could legitimately headline an AEW PPV down the line.

The AEW tag team division just took a huge step forward and maybe now we can start getting used to the FTR name.

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