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Category: WWE.com

Jimmy Uso def. Stardust

Goldust took a moment before Stardust’s match with Jimmy Uso to apologize for the bizarre beatdown of the WWE Tag Team Champions on Raw. Unfortunately, it didn’t take the golden grapplers long to recapture their vicious side, attacking the Samoan squad after Jimmy rolled up his starry-eyed opponent for the victory.

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Published by Mila on August 30th, 2014


This Week Last Week Review
9 8 WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos never back down when challengers to the tandem titleholders come knocking, which is probably a good thing now that Star & Goldust set their sights on the Samoans.

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Published by Mila on August 30th, 2014




WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos joined an elite group of Superstars when they granted their first individual wish by meeting Jett, 6, from Make-A-Wish!

The twin tag team said meeting the youngster before a WWE Live Event at Sacramento’s Sleep Train Arena Saturday night was an honor they won’t soon forget.

“We were really happy about doing this. It’s something so genuine,” Jey Uso told WWECommunty.com. “For someone to wish to meet us, it’s a privilege. It was really cool.”

Jimmy Uso is proud to join the select group of Superstars and Divas who have made wishes come true for WWE Circle of Champions honorees.

“Especially for the first time, it’s pretty cool – because you have John Cena, Daniel Bryan, Randy Orton – they do a lot of Make-A-Wish meet-and-greets. I’m sure they remember their first Make-A-Wish as well,” Jimmy said.

Jey explained that when they met Jett, they were thrilled by the youngster’s response when they happened to surprise him in the arena hallway before the Live Event.

“It was actually cool – he wasn’t even in the room. He was standing outside in the middle of the hallway. We walked up on him and just to see his face – he was so surprised,” Jey said. “He’s just a little bubbly kid. He was not afraid. He was asking us questions, interacting with us and making it easy for us.”

Jimmy told WWECommunity.com that since he and his twin are fathers, granting Jett’s wish was extra special.

“We have kids ourselves. So we know when kids get that look on their face when they’re actually happy about something, which is always a good feeling,” Jimmy said. “Seeing little Us’ excited made us 10 times more excited!”

Jett and his family, who are from Minnesota, sat at ringside to cheer on the WWE Tag Team Champions during their match.

“We had a match right after, so we were already pumped to go out there. We saw him in the first row – I think I ate some of his popcorn. He shared it with me, too. … You should have seen him!” Jimmy said. “We knew exactly where he was – he was up on the barricade, had his popcorn in his hand, cheering. It was definitely a memory.”

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Published by Mila on August 27th, 2014


Gold & Stardust def. WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos via Count-out

The Usos faced the strange, all right, and the WWE Universe got a taste of Gold & Stardust’s aggressive side when a technicality robbed them of the vaunted the WWE Tag Team Championships. The cosmic brothers went to unearthly limits to dethrone the Samoan twins, taking the fight to the skies and mat in equal measure. The Usos met with resistance just as swift, with Jey in particular taking the lion’s share of the load against Stardust.

The effort cost him, though; Jey tweaked his knee on an over-the-ropes dive that flattened Stardust and was unable to return to the ring by the count of 10. That The Usos remained champions drove Gold & Stardust to madness, and the painted warriors all but tore Jey apart in frustration.

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Published by Mila on August 26th, 2014


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Published by Mila on August 26th, 2014


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Published by Mila on August 26th, 2014


This Week Last Week Review
8 7 A non-title loss to Stardust & Goldust on Raw drops the WWE Tag Team Champions down a spot to No. 8.

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Published by Mila on August 23rd, 2014


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Published by Mila on August 20th, 2014


Goldust & Stardust def. WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos

The Usos are seeing stars: The Tag Team Champions, having asserted their skills over nearly every tandem in their division, were humbled by the cosmic duo of Goldust & Stardust in the first collision between the bizarre brotherhood and the Samoan dynamos. The Usos had their opponents on the ropes for the majority of the match, however, muscling Goldust and then Stardust to the canvas with some surprisingly forceful mat wrestling.

The champions’ decision to veer from their signature high-flying ultimately cost them; Stardust wised up to their ground-and-pound game plan and sunset-flipped his way to the deciding pinfall, stunning the champions in Sin City. Whatever becomes of these two, it’s unlikely Jimmy & Jey will forget their names anytime soon.

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Published by Mila on August 20th, 2014


With just days until SummerSlam, WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos kicked off WWE Main Event seemingly unconcerned with facing an open challenge later in the evening. Scheduled to defend the titles by The Authority, RybAxel first declared their desire to answer the challenge but Rob Van Dam and Sheamus also answered the challenge.

As RybAxel argued with RVD and The Celtic Warrior, Director of Operations Kane made his way into Seattle’s Key Arena and announced the match would be a Triple Threat for the WWE Tag Team Championships.

The Usos def. RybAxel and Sheamus & RVD

Facing unenviable odds, The Usos ran the risk of losing the WWE Tag Team Titles without being the losing team in a Tag Team Triple Threat Match.. Adding to the uncertainty, any legal competitor could tag in any member of any team.

The Usos’ remained resilient throughout the contest, displaying their in-ring awareness in an effort to keep track of who was the legal man inside the ring. The rules of the match ultimately played in The Usos’ favor as Jimmy Uso tagged himself in by way of Curtis Axel, allowing himself to connect with a Superfly splash from the top rope after RVD hit Axel with the Five Star Frog Splash. Retaining the titles, The Usos were congratulated by Sheamus and RVD after the bout.

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Published by Mila on August 14th, 2014