Dax Harwood knows all about what happens when a wrestler backs down against the promotion they work for. In A new article in the New York Post, Harwood commented on how much he could relate to Sasha Banks for deciding to make a polarizing exit ahead of “WWE Raw” on May 16. Banks and her fellow women’s tag team champion Naomi decided to leave the building before they were scheduled to participate in a contest. Six Pack Challenge Match. The next day, Harwood shared his support for his friend on social media.
“Cash and I did the same thing, and for some reason a lot of fans decided we were crybabies and we cried and we should just do our thing and shut up,” Harwood said. As for The Revival, he and Wheeler made it a point to stand up for themselves during their run in WWE, and they eventually left the company due to creative differences.
“If I just stayed around and stayed in the position we were in, there’s no way for our brand to grow,” Harwood continued. “So I know exactly what she’s doing, what she’s feeling. And she was probably feeling like, ‘I don’t feel respected and there’s so much more I could do. I keep moving here and there, so I keep moving forward.'”
Negativity can be the name of the game when it comes to social media presence, and Harwood foresaw that was coming for Banks when she stepped out.
“Sh*t on that for the fans, or sh*t because we want better for ourselves and tell us to shut up and take the money, man that’s hard to read every day,” he said. “So that’s why I wanted to show him that support.
Standing their ground has paid off for Harwood and Wheeler, as FTR became the new IWGP Tag Team Champion at the Forbidden Gate just last night. Meanwhile, Banks was reportedly released by WWE after a walkout earlier this month – although this is yet to be confirmed – and has appeared with a new look, no longer sporting her signature frizzy hair. are.
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