An unfortunate injury to Dash Wilder of The Revival has stemmed the tag-team's impressive march onto WWE's main roster.
Occurring at an NXT live event in Spartanburg, SC this past Friday, a painful broken jaw suffered by Dash Wilder required immediate surgery, and forces him to be benched for approximately 8 weeks.
After losing to Shinsuke Nakamura and Hideo Itami earlier in the card, The Revival then appeared to turn babyface for one night only by helping Nakamura and Tye Dillinger dispatch The Authors Of Pain and Bobby Roode following the show's main event.
This out-of-character segment then enabled Dash and Dawson to cut a farewell promo on the NXT crowd, but it's unclear exactly when Wilder suffered the broken jaw.
Taking to Twitter, both Dash and partner Scott Dawson seemed relatively upbeat about the sorry situation, even though they will secretly be gutted that the injury comes so soon after their debuts on Monday Night Raw.
Following a few victories over The New Day that proved to be the babyface trio's last on Raw, The Revival's momentum has now slowed due to the broken bone.