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WWE COO Triple H was left hanging by Randy Orton & Batista when he called for unity against The Shield. Judging by what happened to The Viper & The Animal in their second tag team battle against The Usos, they may have been hasty to dismiss his offer. Channeling the late Ultimate Warrior by donning his face paint, the Tag Champs took the fight straight to their opponents as payback for the beating they received last week, shaking the ropes for emphasis after dropping the duo with a pair of over-the-top-rope dives.

Batista was able to rally his team into the advantage, and thanks to The Viper, an attempted interference from Jimmy Uso was nullified. When the fight spilled over the ropes it seemed like last week’s events would repeat themselves, but this time it was Orton & Batista who felt the pain of an unexpected pummeling when The Shield stormed out from the folds of the WWE Universe to send them scurrying.

Batista & Randy Orton def. WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos via Disqualification

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Published by Mila on April 15th, 2014

After the colossal Six-Man Tag Team main event ended in a double count-out and Randy Orton and Batista took down The Usos outside the ring, Kane began to rip apart the SmackDown announce table in order to punish Daniel Bryan. However, before he could, The Shield emerged to unleash a major counter-assault.

Then, after The Viper & The Animal elected to back away from a confrontation with The Shield, Bryan used a running knee to thwart Kane’s attempted chair attack on The Hounds. The black-clad trio then finished off the Director of Operations with a Triple Powerbomb heard round the world.

Daniel Bryan & The Usos def. Randy Orton, Batista & Kane

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Published by Mila on April 12th, 2014

THIS WEEK: #6
LAST WEEK: #6

Jimmy & Jey Uso had to overcome a plethora of opponents this week, but the Samoan Superstars proved worthy of the challenge, holding onto their WWE Tag Team Championships through a busy week of action.

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Published by Mila on April 11th, 2014

We may not see another Evolution run with the WWE Tag Team Championships, and despite the fact that Randy Orton & Batista didn’t dethrone The Usos as the twin titleholders, they did display a kind of brutal synergy in their Authority-mandated challenge of the Samoan brothers. The Viper & The Animal displayed a ruthless aptitude when they hit Daniel Bryan with an RKO-Batista Bomb combination one night previous at WrestleMania, and they picked right up where they left off against The Usos, taking it to the twins in what amounted to something of a mugging.

The Usos hadn’t even gotten their fleet feet under them when their opponents tossed the titleholders to the outside, bashing the brothers to and fro while the referee counted them out. Not that they particularly cared; the twosome punctuated their evening with a hanging DDT to Jey off the barrier and a Batista Bomb to Jimmy atop the steel steps.

WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos def. Randy Orton & Batista via Count-out

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Published by Mila on April 10th, 2014

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Published by Mila on April 10th, 2014

Jimmy & Jey Uso displayed the hearts of champions on The Grandest Stage of Them All, as the high-flying brothers emerged victorious in a frenetic Fatal 4-Way Elimination battle to retain the WWE Tag Team Championships on the WrestleMania 30 Pre-Show. Meanwhile, the WWE Universe may have witnessed the dissolution of The Real Americans!

With WWE fans watching around the world exclusively on WWE Network, the Samoan Superstars were up to the challenge posed by three of WWE’s most exciting and dangerous duos in a risky Elimination Match, which stipulates when a competitor is pinned or submitted, both tag team members are eliminated, with the last team standing winning WWE’s twin titles.

The Real Americans, Cesaro & Jack Swagger, showed great teamwork, double-teaming Fernando in the early stages. The masked Superstar, however, countered with impressive springboard moves, sending both Real Americans, The Usos and Ryback over the ropes.

Throwing caution to the wind, Los Matadores launched themselves over the top rope and took out all the Superstars at ringside. Axel stopped El Torito from also going off the top rope, but Diego & Fernando grabbed Mr. Perfect’s son, giving El Torito clearance for take-off, sending all four of them crashing back onto the Superstars at ringside.

After recovering, Swagger and Diego got back in the ring, and Swagger sent Los Matadores packing from the match with a brutal Patriot Lock submission. Later on, Jey Uso hit Axel with a series of kicks and a Samoan Drop, as the tags and high-impact moves came fast and furious. When Jey countered a Swagger Bomb, Ryback tagged in and hit Swagger with a Spinebuster and Meathook clothesline. When he went for Shell Shocked, however, Cesaro aided his Real American teammate, hitting a European Uppercut and The Neutralizer on “The Big Guy” for the pin.

It was down to The Usos vs. The Real Americans for the WWE Tag Team Titles. After initial two-on-two brawling, The Usos cleared the ring and then went over the rope ropes, laying it all on the line as chants of “THIS IS AWESOME!” rained down.

A flurry of back-and-forth action – including a backbreaker, Patriot Lock, European Uppercut and Samoan Drop – left all four Superstars down. Back in the ring, The Usos managed to toss Cesaro into Swagger and stun him with a kick, followed by a double top-rope Splash on The Swiss Superman for the hard-fought win and a shining WrestleMania moment.

Meanwhile, despite a game effort and impressive performance, it appears The Real Americans could be headed for a split. After the bout, Swagger yelled that Cesaro cost them the match, going so far as attempting to put his teammate in the Patriot Lock.

As Zeb Colter played the peacemaker, Swagger finally offered a handshake. Cesaro accepted, but then knocked Swagger to the ground before taking his fellow Real American for a dizzying ride with the Cesaro Swing!

WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos def. Los Matadores, The Real Americans and Ryback & Curtis Axel

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Published by Mila on April 10th, 2014

The Usos team up with Daniel Bryan to take on Kane, Randy Orton, and Batista on this week’s Smackdown!

SPOILER ALERT!! -> Continue reading »

Published by Mila on April 9th, 2014

The WrestleMania Pre-Show will become a tag team free-for-all when The Usos, The Real Americans, Los Matadores & Rybaxel battle for the twin championships. And The WWE Universe got a taste of things to come – and the emergence of a dark horse team – when The Usos & Matadores teamed up to face Rybaxel and Zeb Colter’s foot soldiers.

The champs started things strong, peppering both members of Rybaxel with ear-splitting chops to the chest (#WOO) while Los Matadores played backup. Cesaro & Swagger swung the tide back in their team’s favor when they isolated Jey Uso, though Jimmy held tough against a fresh Axel to keep his team rolling. An all-out brawl ensued that ended with Fernando trapped in Swagger’s Patriot Lock, though Diego came through when things looked bleakest by riding an Uso interference to pull the ol’ switcheroo on Swagger and roll him up for the win.

The Usos & Los Matadores def. The Real Americans, Ryback & Curtis Axel

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Published by Mila on April 1st, 2014

The West Alabama Watchman published a great article about The Usos on their site: Former UWA linebackers ascend to WWE Tag Team Champions

The sons of former WWE superstar Rikishi, the brothers are the latest branches off a Samoan family professional wrestling tree that has included names such as The Rock, Yokozuna, The Tonga Kid and Umaga.

Yet, while the bloodlines run deep in the Usos, professional wrestling as a career was far from a foregone conclusion as they readied to begin their collegiate lives.

The brothers played football at Escambia High School in Pensacola, Fla. and had their sights set on a future that included an ACC playing career.

Check out the rest of the article here on the West Alabama Watchman site!

Published by Mila on April 1st, 2014

Here is the dates and times The Usos will be at Wrestlemania Axxess:

:: Thursday, April 3rd: 6pm – 10pm
:: Saturday, April 5th: 6pm

Published by Mila on April 1st, 2014
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