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This Week Last Week Review
6 7 Jey Uso may still be hobbled by his knee injury, but that hasn’t prevented the WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos from performing at the top of their game heading into their title defense this Sunday against Gold & Stardust.

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Published by Mila on September 20th, 2014


U.S. Champion Sheamus & WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos def. Cesaro & Gold & Stardust

If these are, indeed, Sheamus and The Usos’ last days sporting championship gold, they certainly know how to make the most of them. The troika of champions sent their No. 1 contenders packing on Raw with a coordinated effort against Cesaro (who’ll face the Irishman for the U.S. Title) and Gold & Stardust (currently vying for the WWE Tag Team Titles). And it was certainly a tough road to do so.

Gold & Stardust, typically reliant on theatrics and psychological warfare, adopted the heavy-hitting attitude of their polyglot partner and knocked their opponents all across the four corners of the ring. Cesaro got his licks in, too, mocking Sheamus by using Ten Beats of the Bodhrán against one of The Usos early on in the contest. The biggest brawler of the bout was by far Sheamus, though, whose offense against Stardust kicked off a Pier-Six Brawl that ended with an Uso frog splash to a Superkicked Cesaro for the win.

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Published by Mila on September 16th, 2014


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Published by Mila on September 16th, 2014


The Usos, Big Show, & Mark Henry def. Gold & Stardust and Luke Harper & Erick Rowan

In the midst of complete and utter bedlam in SmackDown’s opening 8-Man Tag Team Match, Big Show delivered the KO Punch to Goldust, paving the way for Jey Uso — injured knee and all — to drop in with the Samoan Splash off the top rope for the win.

But will The Usos’ luck continue when they put their WWE Tag Team Championships on the line against Gold & Stardust at Night of Champions on Sept. 21?

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Published by Mila on September 13th, 2014


The bizarre team of Gold and Stardust will try to make the stars align when they challenge WWE Tag Team Champions Jimmy & Jey Uso at Night of Champions. Gold & Stardust defeated the high-flying champions in a non-title match, as well as won a follow-up title bout by count-out, in recent weeks.

Since their latest title opportunity, however, the brothers in gold and black have displayed a new level of aggression — an attitude change that’s brought along with it tough times for the defending titleholders. After accusing Jey Uso of faking an injury to prompt the count-out decision and protect the WWE Tag Team Titles, Gold & Stardust unleashed consecutive, targeted attacks over a fortnight. The menacing campaign hobbled Jey’s left knee, leaving it unclear what condition he will be in come Night of Champions on Sept. 21.

Will Gold & Stardust’s newfound hostility, combined with Jey’s knee injury, result in the crowning of new WWE Tag Team Champions and, in turn, end Gold & Stardust’s quest for the “cosmic key”? Or will The Usos, amid one of the most dominant WWE Tag Team Championship reigns in modern history, keep hold of the tandem titles? Find out when Night of Champions airs live on WWE Network on Sunday, Sept. 21, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

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Published by Mila on September 9th, 2014


Published by Mila on September 7th, 2014


Jimmy Uso def. Heath Slater

With Titus O’Neil and an injured Jey Uso roaming around ringside, Jimmy Uso soared above Heath Slater, defeating the The One-Man Band with a top-rope splash after kicking The Real Deal from the ring apron.

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Published by Mila on September 6th, 2014


This Week Last Week Review
9 9 With Jey Uso still recovering from a knee injury, his brother Jimmy held his own in singles action, splitting a win and a loss.

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Published by Mila on September 5th, 2014


WWE Tag Team Champion Jey Uso suffered an aggravation of his previously injured knee, WWE.com has learned.

Uso suffered what WWE physician Dr. Chris Amann diagnosed as “stretched ligaments” last week during a title match with Gold & Stardust, and the additional damage came courtesy of a second attack after his brother Jimmy’s match with Goldust.

“This evening during [Jimmy Uso’s match with Goldust, Jey] sustained forceful, direct blunt trauma to his left knee with a chair [strike] to the knee while his leg was wrapped around the ring post,” Amann said. We brought him back to the training room and took a look at his knee. All the external ligaments seem to be intact, but we’re worried about internal ligament damage as well as possible fractures, so we’ve set him up for further evaluations with X-rays and an MRI.”

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Published by Mila on September 2nd, 2014


No apologies this time: Gold & Stardust’s new rude, crude ‘tude left the Tag Team Champions smarting yet again when The Bizarre One took on Jimmy Uso and, thanks to some timely subterfuge from sneaky Stardust on the outside, came out on top when all was said and done. Not only did Stardust save Goldust from a pin by placing his leg on the ropes, he also goaded Jimmy into an over-the-top-rope dive that took enough out of him for Goldust to capitalize with the Final Cut. The cosmic duo then put a beating for the ages on the champions, taking a chair to Jey Uso’s injured leg and leaving the titleholder writhing on the ground.

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Published by Mila on September 2nd, 2014