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Ryback def. WWE Tag Team Champion Jey Uso

With Jimmy Uso and Curtis Axel watching from ringside, Jey Uso tangled with Ryback in singles action. Despite the distinct size difference between the two Superstars, and a vicious Spinebuster from Ryback, Jey looked poised to score a win with a Samoan Drop. But after a distraction from Axel on the apron, The Big Guy ended things with a devastating Meathook Clothesline.

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Published by Mila on July 23rd, 2014


WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos def. The Wyatt Family (2-out-of-3 Falls Match)

One of the greatest tag team rivalries of the modern era raised the bar at WWE Battleground in a 2-out-of-3 falls confrontation. Both The Usos and The Wyatt Family are intimately familiar with one another, but the teamwork and chemistry between the twin sons of Rikishi claimed victory once again in two consecutive falls.

The Usos and The Wyatts have squared off many times, but whenever the WWE Tag Team Championships have been on the line, The Usos persevere. Many of their meetings have resulted in The Usos narrowly escaping the overwhelming power of Luke Harper and Erick Rowan. Thus, their bout at WWE Battleground raised the stakes by giving The Wyatts more than once chance to capture the titles in a 2 out-of-3 falls match.

Determined dethrone The Usos, Harper and Rowan immediately charged the high-flying title-holders and used their size and strength to their advantage. One thing The Wyatts have learned is that keeping Jimmy and Jey away from each other and away from the top rope is the way to beat them. That’s exactly how Luke Harper managed to claim the first fall. Though Jey Uso managed to tag his brother, Harper stopped any momentum by quickly landing a huge boot to the face to secure the first fall.

Harper and Rowan remained in control by not letting up their brutal offensive. However, the uncanny teamwork of The Usos surfaced and Jimmy made the tag to Jey without Harper noticing. As a result, Jey Uso was able to temporarily stun his monstrous opponent and secure a pinfall with a rollup to even the score at one fall apeice.

Enraged by the result of the second fall, The Wyatts both pounced, being forced back by the official. With the third and final fall underway, Harper and Rowan continued their assault, but the trademark speed and agility of The Usos kicked into overdrive. Narrowly ducking a few crushing blows, Jey made the tag to Jimmy, who launched himself into the air and took control of the bout.

However, The Wyatts were far from finished and the pendulum of momentum swung back and forth with all four competitors throwing everything they had at one another. The Usos were left in utter disbelief when Harper and Rowan continually kicked out of every manuever they attempted including a top rope splash. At one point you could hear every jaw of the WWE Universe in Tampa hit the floor when Erick Rowan superplexed both Usos from the top rope and they still remained in the fight.

It took a flurry of superkicks from The Usos – keeping Rowan on the outside of the ring and finally keeping Luke Harper off his feet – followed by a double splash off the top for the twin sons of Rikishi to win the third fall and retain the WWE Tag Team Championships.

An incredible match leaving the WWE Universe on the edge of their seats reinforced the resiliency and teamwork of The Usos and continued to build their tag team legacy.

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Published by Mila on July 21st, 2014


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Published by Mila on July 20th, 2014


This Week Last Week Review
8 8 By saving Chris Jericho from certain doom on SmackDown, WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos proved they’re not afraid of their Best 2-out-of-3 Falls Match against The Wyatt Family at WWE Battleground.

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Published by Mila on July 18th, 2014


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Joey Styles: If this were a one-fall match, I’d pick The Usos. While the thinking of the past has been that shorter matches favor the larger opponent because of cardiovascular concerns, I don’t believe that thinking holds true in 2014. With that in mind, I expect Harper & Rowan to use their combined 600 pounds to wear down the reigning WWE Tag Team Champions in two straight falls, after losing the first to the Usos. WINNERS: The Wyatt Family

Howard Finkel: Once again I am going to say we’ll have new WWE Tag Team Champions. Rowan & Harper have been denied by The Usos in previous meetings, but The Wyatt Family members will reach the promised land this Sunday, and will do so in two straight falls! WINNERS: The Wyatt Family

Ryan Murphy: Luke Harper & Erick Rowan have been the perfect contenders to The Usos’ titles, because they’ve made me a full-on believer in Jimmy and his brother Jey. The Usos are outsized and outmuscled by Bray Wyatt’s towering zombies, but they bring the fight to them each and every time with serious in-ring ballistics. This is another test for the champions — a grueling one at that — but there’s no reason they won’t rise to the occasion like they’ve done every time before. WINNERS: The Usos

James Wortman: Erick Rowan & Luke Harper represent the greatest threat to Jimmy & Jey Uso’s WWE Tag Team Title reign, and it’s under the grueling 2-out-of 3 Falls stipulation that Bray Wyatt’s monstrous disciples will finally triumph. The Usos might be able to score the first pinfall with their out-of-the-gate intensity, but anticipate The Wyatts to set a more methodical pace for the next two falls, wearing down the energetic titleholders with high-impact power moves. At WWE Battleground, the buzzards will feast. WINNERS: The Wyatt Family

John Clapp: The 2-out-of-3 Falls stipulation is a natural progression for this series, which has had many installments, all of them exciting. The Usos have mastered the art of the blind tag, but I bet Harper & Rowan have wised up to their game. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if Jimmy & Jey capture a fall, but it won’t be enough to keep hold of the titles. WINNERS: The Wyatt Family

The Wyatt Family: 4, The Usos: 1

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Published by Mila on July 18th, 2014


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WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos and Luke Harper & Erick Rowan of The Wyatt Family will write another chapter to their ongoing rivalry on July 20 at WWE Battleground. In fact, they will write several.

The two tag teams have gone back and forth over the past couple of months in both tag and singles competition, with each tandem gaining significant victories against the other along the way. Jimmy & Jey Uso defeated Harper & Rowan at Money in the Bank to retain their titles, but the followers of Bray Wyatt came right back with an impressive, albeit controversial, non-title victory over The Usos on the July 7 edition of Raw. Jimmy & Jey claimed that the Uso brother who was pinned was not the legal man. Because of this, though, Harper & Rowan have been granted a championship rematch at WWE Battleground, this time in a 2-out-of-3 Falls Match, granting each team the opportunity to finally prove who is firmly superior.

The Usos have verified their mettle as champions over the past several months while engaging with the far more imposing Harper & Rowan. Every single match the two sides have partaken in have been brutal and aggressive, yet The Usos have persevered throughout each encounter and seemingly become more resilient as a result. By that same token, however, Harper & Rowan have refused to stop in their quest of the championships and have established again and again that they not only can hang with The Usos but defeat them on any given night.

Will WWE Battleground finally be the night Harper & Rowan capture the WWE Tag Team Championship and drop the titles at the feet of their leader, The Man of 1,000 Truths? Or will Jimmy & Jey go “Uso Crazy” on the pairing and once again show the WWE Universe that they are the definition of fighting champions? Find out at WWE Battleground on Sunday, July 20, available on WWE Network and pay-per-view at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

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Published by Mila on July 18th, 2014


The Wyatt Family attacked The Usos

UCE-WHOOOAAA! The WWE Tag Team Champions’ latest match on Raw didn’t even happen after the brothers were brutally attacked by their No. 1 contenders, Luke Harper & Erick Rowan, before the contest could begin. They caught a hell of a beating in any case; the Wyatts spared no effort in brutalizing the titleholders into a stupor as their final “message” before their latest and greatest test at WWE Battleground.

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Published by Mila on July 15th, 2014


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Published by Mila on July 14th, 2014


The Usos def. Titus O’Neil & Heath Slater

After dispatching of Heath Slater & Titus O’Neil, hitting The One Man Band with the Samoan Splash off the top rope, WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos gave their impression of what will happen when they battle Luke Harper & Eric Rowan in a 2-out-of-3 Falls Match for the titles at WWE Battleground.

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Published by Mila on July 14th, 2014


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The Wyatt Family def. WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos

One man’s misfortune is another man’s boon. In the case of The Wyatt Family’s latest clash with The Usos, it was a good old fashioned case of mistaken identity that gave Luke Harper & Erick Rowan their latest leg up in their war of attrition with the Tag Team Champions. At first, the match was more or less even, with The Wyatts muscling their way to an advantage over the titleholders.

The Usos held on, however, to reclaim the lead after Jey Uso tagged in his brother, who ran wild over Luke Harper and nearly had the big man down with a reverse corkscrew plancha off the top rope. Erick Rowan saved the count and, as it turned out, the match, when he tripped up both Usos while they prepared for a double dive to the outside. Jey sprang up and was quickly felled with a discus clothesline … only, unbeknownst to the referee, Jimmy was the true legal man.

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Published by Mila on July 9th, 2014