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Bo Dallas, Gold & Stardust def. Mark Henry & The Usos

A frenzied Six-Man Tag Team Match ended in surprising fashion as Bo Dallas once again pinned Mark Henry after hitting The World’s Strongest Man with a Running Bo-dog out of nowhere.

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Published by Mila on October 26th, 2014


Joey Styles: Recently, The Usos have repeatedly gotten the better of the cosmic duo in Six-Man Tag Team matches. So what? The only win over the bizarre brothers that will be remembered is that which results in Rikishi’s twin sons winning back the tandem titles. Unfortunately Usos, that historic win will not be coming this Sunday. Gold & Stardust take on different personalities when they apply their face paint, or at least they have convinced the rest of us they do. When it matters most, “Dust to Dust” (my name for them) will always come up golden. (See what I did there?) WINNERS: Gold & Stardust

Howard Finkel: This has all the makings of a great match. I feel that the longer Gold & Stardust hold their championships, the more difficult it will be to knock the bizarre duo off their collective pedestal. The Usos would love nothing better than to regain the titles, yet this Sunday I believe that they’ll fall just short of the mark, and the champions will retain. WINNERS: Gold & Stardust

Anthony Benigno: Oooh, yeah: Space is the place, time and space swirling around and around, the constellations align … ahem. Sorry. Point is, Gold & Stardust have that “cosmic key” they’ve been crowing about, and a surprisingly unfortunate record since winning the titles isn’t going to mean squat when they go to the mat against The Usos to defend them. Jimmy & Jey are not to be counted out so easily, mind you, but I say the cosmic brothers stay the course and keep their crown jewel intact. And the beat goes on. WINNERS: Gold & Stardust

Jeff Laboon: Jimmy & Jey Uso fulfilled their lifelong dream in March when they kicked off a six-month reign as WWE Tag Team Champions. Gold & Stardust turned the dream into a nightmare at Night of Champions, though, ending the reign with a roll-up. But The UsosneededGold & Stardust to bring out a rougher edge in them. They’ll do everything to leave with the titles back around their waists. WINNERS: The Usos

Bobby Melok: The Usos have had the champions’ number in recent Six-Man Tag Team action, but when the WWE Tag Team Titles have been on the line, Gold & Stardust have shown they’re willing to do anything to keep hold of the “cosmic key,” even taking a disqualification loss. It’s science fact — Gold & Stardust retain this Sunday. WINNERS: Gold & Stardust

Gold & Stardust: 4, The Usos: 1

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Published by Mila on October 25th, 2014


This Week Last Week Review
7 7 After topping Gold & Stardust in a “How well do you know your bro?” challenge on WWE Main Event, the next step for The Usos is reclaiming their tag titles this Sunday against the bizarre duo.

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Published by Mila on October 25th, 2014


The Usos def. WWE Tag Team Champions Gold & Stardust (‘How well do you know your bro?’ challenge)

In what Michael Cole said “may have been the worst thing I’ve ever seen in a WWE ring,” WWE Tag Team Champions Gold & Stardust and The Usos matched wits instead of moves. The challenge was hosted by JBL and featured a series of three questions for the brothers. In the end, the No. 1 Contenders defeated the Tag Champs 3-2. To celebrate, The Usos delivered a Superkick to Starust then a Double Superkick to Goldust.

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Published by Mila on October 22nd, 2014


Gold & Stardust & Damien Mizdow def. U.S. Champion Sheamus & The Usos

Maybe all those crowds chanting Damien Mizdow’s name are onto something. The Miz’s long-suffering stunt double got a taste of glorious victory for the first time in a long time when he led a three-man squadron — Gold & Stardust rounded out his ranks — to victory over The Usos and Mizdow’s tormentor of late, Sheamus.

That’s not bad for a guy who wasn’t even supposed to be in the match. Miz was initially slated to compete but subbed in his understudy just before the bell, and after some lengthy brawling by the cosmic twins and their No. 1 contenders, Mizdow was finally ready for his closeup against Sheamus. Thanks to a bevy of aerial maneuvers in a late-game brawl, the match was anyone’s game in its final minutes, but Stardust came to Mizdow’s rescue at the last minute by eating a Brogue Kick meant for the stunt double’s minor-league “Moneymaker.” Mizdow capitalized on the Tag Champion’s self-sacrifice with a rollup, finally seizing the spotlight for himself.

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Published by Mila on October 21st, 2014


The Uso brothers, Jimmy and Jey share their experience on the road with World Wrestling Entertainment. Michelle learns how to put Joel in a head lock.

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Published by Mila on October 21st, 2014


The Usos have been clamoring to get their hands on WWE Tag Team Champions Gold & Stardust once again, and they will finally get their chance this Sunday at Hell in a Cell, LIVE on WWE Network at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

The interstellar duo’s journey for the “cosmic key” reached its apex at Night of Champions, where they defeated Jimmy & Jey to capture the titles. Since then, the former champions have been hot on Gold & Stardust’s trail. The Usos were one second away from regaining the titles just five days after losing them, until Goldust blasted Jimmy Uso with one of the championships, leaving the official no choice but to disqualify Gold & Stardust. Though The Usos won the rematch, the eccentric champions held on to their titles.

In recent weeks, the two teams have been clashing in Six-Man Tag Team Matches. Whether teaming with Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler or United States Champion Sheamus, The Usos have walked out with the victory.

Can Jimmy & Jey Uso translate their Six-Man Tag success into regaining the WWE Tag Team Championship? Or will Gold & Stardust hang on to the titles as their intergalactic expedition continues? Find out at Hell in a Cell, LIVE this Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on WWE Network and pay-per-view!

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Published by Mila on October 20th, 2014


Sheamus & The Usos def. Gold & Stardust & The Miz

In the midst of all-out six-man tag team chaos, Sheamus failed to Brogue Kick the “Moneymaker.” He did deliver an earth-shattering kick to WWE Tag Team Champion Goldust to help seal the victory for himself and The Usos.

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Published by Mila on October 19th, 2014


John Cena & Dean Ambrose def. Gold & Stardust & The Usos

Perhaps the enemy of John Cena’s enemy truly is his friend. Forced to team under duress with Dean Ambrose yet again, the Cenation leader and The Lunatic Fringe marshaled their uneasy alliance to a victory over the current and former WWE Tag Team Champions, proving they may have been formidable titleholders themselves in some alternate WWE Universe.

Thanks to a timely tag from Stardust, however, Cena & Ambrose found themselves out of the fight while the four brothers had it out. Ambrose created an outside-the-ring brawl that forced one of the Usos to tag in Cena, who summarily cleaned house, though not without a bit of top-rope one-upsmanship from Ambrose. The twosome dispatched of Gold & Stardust simultaneously, with Cena scoring the decisive pin … and then, having seen what they can do as allies, The Authority sped up their trip to the inferno, moving Cena and Ambrose’s No Holds Barred Contract on a Pole Match to later that very same evening.

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Published by Mila on October 18th, 2014


This Week Last Week Review
7 7 The Usos didn’t fare well when they were dragged into the rivalry between John Cena and Dean Ambrose on Raw, though the Samoan duo regained their footing in a tag team clash on SmackDown.

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Published by Mila on October 18th, 2014