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Two weeks ago on Raw, The Wyatt Family’s creepy disciples asserted themselves among the top contenders to WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos when they defeated the high-flying titleholders in a non-title match. And while Jimmy Uso overcame Luke Harper on WWE Main Event, Erick Rowan used the Side Slam to even things out with a strong SmackDown victory over Jey.

Erick Rowan def. Jey Uso

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Published by Mila on June 14th, 2014


Jimmy & Jey Uso have been WWE Tag Team Champions for more than three months, putting together an impressive string of victories and undoubtedly proving their championship mettle. However, a storm is forming right in their path as they will face the ominous and imposing tandem of Luke Harper & Erick Rowan of The Wyatt Family at WWE Money in the Bank, WWE.com has learned.

After weeks of the two teams jockeying back and forth while in the midst of the John Cena and Bray Wyatt saga, Harper & Rowan emphatically proved they were deserving of a championship opportunity when they defeated The Usos in a non-title match on the June 2 edition of Monday Night Raw. From there, the pairs would go on to trade singles victories, with Jimmy Uso defeating Harper on the June 10 edition of WWE Main Event and then Rowan evening the score with a decisive victory over Jey Uso days later on SmackDown.

Throughout their reign as champions, The Usos have proven to be full of resolve and as tenacious as they come, with major victories over RybAxel and The Real Americans. Jimmy & Jey have been fighting champions who have gained incredible momentum as the months have gone by, but the loyal followers of Bray Wyatt pose to end all that at Money in the Bank.

Much like their leader Wyatt, Harper & Rowan don’t seem to be fazed by the conventional pitfalls that affect most Superstars. Their motives are never clear and their actions are incredibly offbeat. The only element of their game plan that ever fully materializes itself is their brute strength and appetite for destruction.

Will The Usos be able to pick up the toughest victory of their reign thus far, or will Harper and Rowan soon be following the buzzards with championship gold around their waists? Find out at Money in the Bank, available on WWE Network and pay-per-view, Sunday, June 29, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT!

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Published by Mila on June 14th, 2014


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Published by Mila on June 14th, 2014


Two weeks ago, Wyatt Family disciplines Luke Harper & Erick Rowan thrust themselves into WWE Tag Team Title contention by defeating the reigning titleholders, The Usos, on Raw.on Main Event Harper locked horns with Jimmy one-on-one. In the height of the explosive encounter that followed, the battling Samoan hit his creepy opponent with a thunderous side kick for the quick victory.

Jimmy Uso def. Luke Harper

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Published by Mila on June 11th, 2014


Even though The Usos have stumbled of late in their tangos with The Wyatt Family, the Samoan brothers found their footing in a successful tag-team two-step against the re-formed duo of Fandango & a body-sock-clad, streamer-sporting Damien Sandow, who tagged into the match and unleashed an interpretive dance routine that won the heart of the WWE Universe. While Sandow’s antics would have won them the Jack Rabbit Slim’s dance contest hands down, it didn’t do him much good across the ring from the reigning WWE Tag Team Champions. A pair of superkicks spelled an unceremonious end for “San-dango” – one to Damien in the ring and one to an interfering Fandango on the apron – and a Superfly Splash splattered Sandow for the 1-2-3.

WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos def. Fandango & Damien Sandow

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Published by Mila on June 10th, 2014


Ryback & Curtis Axel sought to strengthen their claim as the top challengers to the WWE Tag Team Titles with a non-title match against the reigning titleholders on SmackDown. However, The Usos, looking to rebound from a tough loss to Luke Harper & Erick Rowan on Raw, had other plans for their determined foes.

In the end, after mounting some momentum, the Samoan warriors capitalized on a fallen Axel when Jimmy Uso delivered a high-flying top rope Splash to the former Intercontinental Champion for the victory.

WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos def. RybAxel

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Published by Mila on June 7th, 2014


This Week Last Week Review
12 12 WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos remain targets for all who hope to capture the tandem titles, which includes the haunting duo of Luke Harper & Erick Rowan as well as the powerful pair of RybAxel.

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Published by Mila on June 6th, 2014


Bray Wyatt may have fallen in a Last Man Standing Match against John Cena, but happily his disciples were more than ready to take up his sword. Luke Harper & Erick Rowan – with Wyatt’s rocking chair symbolically wobbling at ringside – formed ranks against The Usos in a kind of trial-by-combat for the duo, whose clash with the Samoan brothers during the Last Man Standing bout was almost a match in itself.

And The Eater of Worlds, wherever he is, had to be pleased with what he saw. The brothers did have the Wyatts reeling after some big dives that sent the big men tumbling, true. But Harper & Rowan didn’t stay on their sizable heels for too long; Harper blocked a Superfly Splash and a (surprisingly) quick tag from Rowan opened the door for a high-collar slam to Jimmy Uso that sealed the deal. The sheep has fangs.

The Wyatt Family def. The Usos

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Published by Mila on June 4th, 2014


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Published by Mila on June 3rd, 2014


Two days before facing his nemesis, John Cena, in a Last Man Standing Match, Bray Wyatt decided to take on one-half of the WWE Tag Team Champions in the same fashion.

Though Jimmy Uso took him to hell and back, when the battling Samoan missed The Eater of Worlds and inadvertently collided with the steel ring steps, Bray finished off the highflyer by delivering Sister Abigail onto the ringside floor.

Bray Wyatt def. Jimmy Uso in a Last Man Standing Match

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Published by Mila on May 31st, 2014