For those that missed Monday Night Raw, WWE put together a new stable called the Social Outcasts, and it features Adam Rose, Bo Dallas, Heath Slater and Curtis Axel. Since the four of them are pretty close to the bottom of the ladder, it would require a great deal of support from the audience in order for management to even consider giving them a push. Most of the time, these guys have trouble getting on television.
January 5, 2016
Due to the controversy that was created by Hulk Hogan this week, Curtis Axel and Damien Sandow are being forced to drop their impersonation gimmicks, which was a key selling point for the duo. During a live event over the weekend, the two of them still were a tag team but they were dressed in generic clothing. They will more than likely be kept off of television until something can be found for them.
July 25, 2015
Though it might not actually mean anything, Bo Dallas worked as a baby face during the WWE live event that was held in Abu Dhabi this week. He worked against Curtis Axel, who was doing his new heel routine where he complains about not actually being eliminated from the Royal Rumble and still wants his title shot. Dallas got the victory after a quick roll up. That has led to speculations about a potential face turn for Dallas on television.
February 13, 2015
In a rather interesting bit of note, Curtis Axel has been on quite the losing streak. He has not had a televised victory since the beginning of November. It took place during a match against the recently released Justin Gabriel on the Main Event. He is still being utilized on a regular basis, both on television and at live events because WWE loves that he is a solid veteran performer who always shows up for work and puts on decent matches consistently.
February 2, 2015