On Monday Night Raw, Ryback ran out and attacked the Wyatt Family as they were involved in a match with the Social Outcasts. There is a chance that he could be officially added to the stable, as WWE had Heath Slater filming a backstage interview claiming that the Big Guy was definitely a part of their crew. It would be an interesting move and would give Ryback a story line to work with.
January 13, 2016
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
It appears that Heath Slater is frustrated with how he is being used by WWE again. Through social media, a fan asked him where they could get his merchandise. Slater responded that they would normally be able to purchase them through the official website of the company, but management does not have time for him. The former 3MB member has not been used on Monday Night Raw in quite some time.
September 13, 2015
In what should be quite a relief for the performer and the company, assault charges against Heath Slater have been dropped. The official reason is that the statute of limitation had passed, as the alleged incident took place back in 2011. WWE has largely kept Slater away from their product since it was announced that he was in legal trouble. In addition to being kept off of Monday Night Raw and Smackdown, he was also banned from live events.
January 15, 2015