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Sheamus & The Usos def. Gold & Stardust & The Miz

In the midst of all-out six-man tag team chaos, Sheamus failed to Brogue Kick the “Moneymaker.” He did deliver an earth-shattering kick to WWE Tag Team Champion Goldust to help seal the victory for himself and The Usos.

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Published by Mila on October 19th, 2014


John Cena & Dean Ambrose def. Gold & Stardust & The Usos

Perhaps the enemy of John Cena’s enemy truly is his friend. Forced to team under duress with Dean Ambrose yet again, the Cenation leader and The Lunatic Fringe marshaled their uneasy alliance to a victory over the current and former WWE Tag Team Champions, proving they may have been formidable titleholders themselves in some alternate WWE Universe.

Thanks to a timely tag from Stardust, however, Cena & Ambrose found themselves out of the fight while the four brothers had it out. Ambrose created an outside-the-ring brawl that forced one of the Usos to tag in Cena, who summarily cleaned house, though not without a bit of top-rope one-upsmanship from Ambrose. The twosome dispatched of Gold & Stardust simultaneously, with Cena scoring the decisive pin … and then, having seen what they can do as allies, The Authority sped up their trip to the inferno, moving Cena and Ambrose’s No Holds Barred Contract on a Pole Match to later that very same evening.

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Published by Mila on October 18th, 2014


This Week Last Week Review
7 7 The Usos didn’t fare well when they were dragged into the rivalry between John Cena and Dean Ambrose on Raw, though the Samoan duo regained their footing in a tag team clash on SmackDown.

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Published by Mila on October 18th, 2014


The Usos will be in action on this week’s Smackdown!

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Published by Mila on October 15th, 2014


Team Teddy def. Team Johnny

With former SmackDown General Manager and WWE Hall of Famer Booker T joining the announce team at ringside, this momentous 15-Man Tag Team Match descended into chaos, resulting in bodies strewn around the ring. Eventually Sheamus delivered a Brogue Kick to Damien Mizdow amid the carnage, allowing Team Teddy’s Jey Uso to hit the Samoan splash for the victory.

As a result, Teddy Long got the last laugh over John Lauranaitis, earning the distinction as the greatest SmackDown General Manager ever with the victory.

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Published by Mila on October 12th, 2014


This Week Last Week Review
7 8 They may not be the WWE Tag Team Champions anymore, but The Usos continue to rise up the rankings after multiple victories this week.

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Published by Mila on October 12th, 2014


Jey Uso def. WWE Tag Team Champion Stardust

With their respective partners lurking at ringside, Jey Uso and WWE Tag Team Champion Stardust collided in the night’s main event. When Jey went to the top rope to take to the air, Stardust knocked him from his perch to the arena floor. Despite writhing in pain from an aggravated knee injury, Uso quickly sprung back into action, delivering a superkick to Stardust, who was peering between the ropes. The tag champ then hit a Superfly splash to score the win.

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Published by Mila on October 9th, 2014


Dolph Ziggler & The Usos def. Gold & Stardust & Cesaro

The out-of-this-world duo Gold & Stardust may not be long for it as WWE Tag Team Champions. The intergalactic duo has been dogged by The Usos at every turn since claiming the “Cosmic Key” for their very own, and the trend continued this week on Raw. The Usos’ latest one-up over the tag division’s resident wackos came in a Six-Man tussle that also featured Dolph Ziggler and Cesaro, currently involved in a dispute over the former’s Intercontinental Championship.

The uphill struggle for the fan favorites began almost immediately when the champions and Cesaro jumped their opponents before the opening bell. By the match’s midpoint, a brawl had broken out and Ziggler and one Uso had already been hurled shoulder-first into the steel steps. The Showoff reversed the momentum against Cesaro, and a last-ditch attempt by Stardust to save the match was met with three simultaneous superkicks to the chin and a single, solitary top-rope splash for the pin.

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Published by Mila on October 9th, 2014


The Usos will be in action on this week’s Smackdown!

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Published by Mila on October 8th, 2014


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Published by Mila on October 6th, 2014