Despite being AAA, ROH, IWGP, and former AEW Tag Team Champions, it looks like FTR is not set to be in AEW’s video game Fight Forever, according to a new report.
2022 has been quite the year for the team of Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood as they became seven-star FTR, courtesy of their numerous tag team title wins.
At Forbidden Door in June, FTR added the IWGP Tag Team Championship from New Japan Pro Wrestling to the ROH and AAA Tag Team Championships they already held.
Dax Harwood has only had a banner year as a singles competitor, taking part in standout matches against the likes of Jay Lethal, Will Ospreay, and CM Punk.
Despite this, according to a new report from Fightful Select, FTR looks set to miss out on being part of AEW’s inaugural video game, Fight Forever.
The report states that Wheeler and Harwood are not set to be part of the first edition of AEW Fight Forever upon release as of now. FTR was said to have made the “model phase” of the game and were unhappy when they were told they wouldn’t be included since being featured in video games can come with a considerable bonus.
The report concludes by saying that the team was originally set to be part of the game but by the spring of 2022 had been removed.