One of the most exciting call-ups for the WWE after "WrestleMania 33" occurred when The Revival made their main roster debut on "Monday Night Raw" and immediately beat New Day in their debut. However, their arrival will end up delayed as Dash Wilder suffered a fractured jaw at a WWE house show event and will be out until July with the injury. The WWE made the official announcement on "Monday Night Raw" and also posted an article about it on WWE.com.

The Revival's arrival on "Raw"

Not only did The Revival beat New Day on their first appearance on "Monday Night Raw," but they took out Kofi Kingston by breaking his ankle.

They then wrestled and beat New Day the next week when Big E and Xavier Woods tried to get revenge. Then, New Day moved to "SmackDown Live" when the WWE superstar shakeup took place, meaning The Revival won their debut feud against the longest-reigning tag team champions in WWE history.

For fans who never watched NXT, The Revival was one of the most popular tag teams in the company - despite being heels. The reason was the fact that they might be the best tag team in the WWE because they play their roles perfectly.

The Revival use the term "no flips, just fists" and are reminiscent of WWE Hall of Fame tag team The Brainbusters (Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard). It seemed like just a matter of time before The Revival won their first tag team titles on the main roster. Now, fans of "Monday Night Raw" will have to wait for them to get their first title match on the main roster.

The future of The Revival

Despite the injury, The Revival will end up very successful on "Monday Night Raw." Other tag teams have come up to the main roster from NXT and failed.

American Alpha was looked at as a mix between the Steiner Brothers and Rock N Roll Express, and they won the "SmackDown Live" tag team titles but poor booking has hurt them. Teams like The Ascension, The Vaudevillains, and Enzo and Big Cass have had success to varying degrees, but none of them have become champions on the main roster.

The Revival are too technically sound to fail on "Monday Night Raw," The Club seemed like a sure thing but the WWE made them a comedy act in promos. However, there are no jokes when it comes to The Revival.

They are no-nonsense and just come out and beat people up. They also have crisp tag team moves and should be huge when Dash Wilder is back. The Revival should be back together and back on "Raw" in time for the push to "SummerSlam."

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