The Social Outcasts was a professional wrestling stable in WWE, consisting of Heath SlaterCurtis Axel and Bo Dallas. Adam Rose was originally a part of the group, but was removed in May 2016 when he was suspended indefinitely as a result of alleged domestic violence against his wife, and later released.


Formation (2016)

On the January 4, 2016 episode of Raw, Heath Slater defeated Dolph Ziggler, with Adam Rose, Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel at ringside. On the January 5, 2016 episode of Main Event, The Social Outcasts cut a heel promo saying that they were four seeds in the dirt, struggling and reaching through for that luminous light and that they were four individuals who had found the light together and that they would take their inner-anger out on their opponents for the night, The Usos. Later on that night, the team of Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas, who were fighting for the team of The Social Outcasts got defeated by The Usos in a tag-team match. On the January 11, 2016 episode of Raw, The Social Outcasts clashed with The Wyatt Family in a four-on-three handicap match turning face in the process. During this match, The Social Outcasts almost got defeated by The Wyatts until Ryback ran down the entrance ramp and into the ring to help The Social Outcasts which made the match end by disqualification. They then defended Ryback from The Wyatt Family. On the January 14, 2016 episode of SmackDown, The Social Outcasts picked up another victory in a 4 on 4 tag-team match, after Bo Dallas defeated Zack Ryder with the Bo Dog. On May 23, 2016, WWE announced that Rose requested, and was granted, his release. The entire stable eventually disbanded on July 19, 2016.

In wrestling

  • Slater's finishing moves
    • Smash Hit (Spinning lifting DDT)
  • Axel's finishing moves
    • Axehole (Hangman's facebuster)
  • Dallas's finishing moves
    • Rope-hung whiplash neckbreaker
  • Rose's finishing moves
    • Party Foul (Snapmare Driver)

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