At only 28 years old, Jey and Jimmy – best known simply as The Usos – are reminiscent of the fast-paced, risk-taking teams that wowed the WWE Universe during the company’s “Attitude Era” 15 years ago. And as the sensational siblings continue to steal the show at every level of the card, the fans’ previously waning interest in the tag team division has quickly ignited.

This Sunday, June 29, at the WWE “Money in the Bank” pay-per-view, The Usos will face their toughest challenge to date as they defend the WWE Tag Team titles against Luke Harper and Erick Rowan of the twisted and mysterious Wyatt Family.

I recently caught up with Jey Uso to talk about he and Jimmy’s rise to fame, their famous family, their relationship with John Cena and his predictions for “Money in the Bank.”

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Published by Mila on June 26th, 2014

It ain’t looking good for The Usos going into Money in the Bank: Not only have the Tag Team Champions been shellacked at every turn by their No. 1 contenders, The Wyatts, but Jimmy Uso fell to the depraved Luke Harper in singles action just six days before the brothers put their gold up for grabs. Harper strolled to the ring to the tune of a hurdy-gurdy reel of “He’s Got the Whole World In His Hands” and immediately dismantled his opponent, taking advantage of a distraction when Jey Uso pounced on Erick Rowan outside the ring to deck Jimmy with a discus clothesline for the win.

Unfortunately for the Wyatts, Jey wasn’t done with the Family by a long shot, challenging Rowan to an impromptu match that was immediately accepted and followed up with a soaring splash over the ropes.

Luke Harper def. WWE Tag Team Champion Jimmy Uso

Erick Rowan wanted to get nuts, and Jey Uso got nuts: Moments after Luke Harper flattened Jimmy Uso, a rowdy Jey made good on his impulsive challenge to the sheep-faced behemoth by notching an impressive win over Bray Wyatt’s resident brute. Rowan held the early advantage, tossing the nimbler Uso across the ring like a bag of flour and bouncing him off the ropes. But Jey got a few kicks in (literally) with a leaping boot to Rowan’s head and, while Jimmy neutralized Harper, followed up with a top-rope splash for the win … though a post-match pounding to the champions by both Wyatts, and yet another apocalyptic sermon from Bray Wyatt himself, proved the victory to be hollow at best.

WWE Tag Team Champion Jey Uso def. Erick Rowan

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Published by Mila on June 25th, 2014

Sun Jul. 13, 2014 – 12:00 pm: Adventureland Store in Voorhees, NJ

Come meet WWE Superstars The Usos at Adventureland Store located in the Voorhees Town Center in Voorhees, NJ from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Please note: Tickets are required for autograph and photo opportunities. Availability is limited. Advanced purchase is suggested – please visit Adventureland Store for more information.

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Published by Mila on June 21st, 2014

This Week Last Week Review
10 9 Despite having US Champion Sheamus in their corner, the reigning WWE Tag Team Champions crumbled under the pressure applied by The Wyatt Family in a hotly-contested battle on WWE Main Event.

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Published by Mila on June 21st, 2014

With all six Superstars set to compete at WWE Money in the Bank, in pay-per-view matches with major championship implications, the explosive alliance of United States Champion Sheamus & WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos went head-to-head with the always-dangerous Wyatt Family.

But in the height of the action, the Samoan warriors failed to see Bray Wyatt tag himself into the contest. Though the reigning titleholders executed an impressive aerial offensive , The Eater of World’s seized the momentum and defeated Jimmy with Sister Abigail.

The Wyatt Family def. Sheamus & The Usos

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Published by Mila on June 20th, 2014

Tom Clark on Twitter posted this article on the Bleacher Report…there are many of us that agree with you Tom!

And the company is certainly well aware of this, as The Usos are enjoying a near-four-month title reign as WWE tag team champions. But while WWE may appreciate what The Usos bring to the table, the fact is that at some point the tag team division should be rebuilt around them.

Of all the acts currently on the WWE roster, The Usos are by far one the most fun to watch. They are all business every time they step through the ropes and they never disappoint in terms of entertainment value.

Click the link below to check out the rest of the article, and be sure to give Tom a shoutout on Twitter!

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Published by Mila on June 20th, 2014

Graham Matthews posted an article on Bleacher Report about The Usos’ journey to become the WWE Tag Team Champions, check it out!

The Usos recently celebrated their four year anniversary of when they first made their WWE debut. Few people expected them to win the WWE Tag Team Championships upon their arrival and even fewer people ever expected them to capture the titles at all. They may have the family lineage, but it was going to take a lot for officials and fans alike to take them seriously as wrestlers.

It’s safe to say that in the last four years, they have done just that. From the various gimmick changes to being pulled from TV completely at one point, the Uso brothers have proven themselves as mainstays in WWE. A true tag team, Jimmy and Jey have been together since birth and don’t look to parting ways any time soon.

Be sure to check out the rest of the article by clicking the link below!

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Published by Mila on June 18th, 2014

“The Man of 1,000 Truths” turned Sheamus’ pearly white flesh a gruesome shade of black and blue with headbutts and elbows. Even though the Dublin brawler responded appropriately and The Usos joined the fray as backup for the Irishman, Wyatt impressively went shot-for-shot with the reigning U.S. Champion. By the time Sheamus did find his footing, the Wyatts had seen enough and pounced on the Celt right as he was setting up for the Brogue Kick. The interference cut the match off with a DQ and instigated a massive brawl between Sheamus, The Usos and all three Wyatts at ringside that ended with Irish (and Samoan) eyes smiling, and the Wyatts stewing for revenge.

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Published by Mila on June 17th, 2014

Alfonson Castillo with Newsday met with Jey Uso to discuss wrestling in older arenas, their dad, and his expectations and dreams for the future.

“He kind of tried to veer us toward sports…but, of course, we wanted to be wrestlers. He really didn’t want us to take it seriously,” Uso said. “Growing up, my dad was never around. No baseball practices. No football practices.”

It wasn’t until Uso, who has two sons of his own ages 8 and 2, joined the WWE that he gained a better understanding of his father’s sacrifices, and made an emotional telephone call to let him know that.

“I told him, ‘Thank you for everything.’ It got to me a little bit. I understand now what he was going through,” said Uso, who said he does his best balancing life as a WWE superstar and as a dad. “You just have to turn off the road life as soon as you get home…It’s very hard, but I’m coping with it.”

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Published by Mila on June 17th, 2014

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