Dash Wilder recently spoke with The Mirror in the United Kingdom. In the interview, Wilder was asked about recent reports that himself and tag partner Scott Dawson had asked for their release from WWE. Wilder said that the whole situation was “lost in translation,” and that while reports weren’t exactly true, they made for good fodder for their characters’ online presence.
Hmm, I won’t touch on it too much, but what I will say is that it was lost in translation. There were some things that got out there that I don’t think people knew the full story about.
I don’t think it aggravated us, it kind of gave us… again, we like to be angry. We like to be mad at things and have something to fight for. So that gave us more fuel for the fire and we were like… ‘we’ll have fun with the internet over that, as they don’t know what’s what, so we’re not going to tell them otherwise’.
As for the future of tag team wrestling in WWE, Wilder is optimistic.
I think things are going in the right direction. Right now, it’s a very difficult time for it, it’s a certain season and everything is dialled in and focused in on that particular area, if you know what I mean. There’s a show in a few weeks that’s kind of a big deal, so there are directions that are set in place that can’t really be altered.
Come April, May and all that, I think we’ll see a lot more tag teams and a lot more screen time and storylines involving tag teams. I do think there’s a lot behind the scenes – we’re doing a lot to ensure that, and it will come to fruition in the coming months.
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