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All of their lives, Roman Reigns, Jimmy and Jey Uso have been almost inseparable. From school to sports, this triple threat has gone through the ups and downs of life together. No matter what happened, they are family. They hail from one of the most family oriented cultures in the world. Being Samoan doesn’t just mean tanned skin and wavy hair. It doesn’t mean demigod or island goddess either. It means family. It means love and honor. Being apart of the Samoan Dynasty means whatever you do in life and wherever you go, you always have family first. Everything you do is for your family. In sports Entertainment as well.

For generations, the Samoan Dynasty has taken over the wrestling circuit. From the High Chief Peter Maivia to Yokozuna and Umaga to Sika, Afa, and Rikishi. Sika is Roman Reigns father and Rikishi is the father of Jimmy and Jey Uso. Early in March during Wrestlemania, Jimmy Uso went out with an ACL injury. These injuries take some time to mend. Where does that leave Jey? Jey was not about to sit around and do nothing. He shed blood, sweat and tears and fought his way into the main event title picture of WWE Clash of Champions: Gold Rush Week after week, Jey showed Roman his way of working as a team, until Roman showed him last Friday how to work alone. Working alone, no one has your back. Apparently not even your own blood. Who do you think walks out of WWE Clash the SmackDown Champion? We know it is gonna be a war. Results from the event are below.

Clash of Champions Digitals | Clash of Champions Video Captures

Call him The Big Dog, call him the Universal Champion, and now, call him “The Chief.”

That’s what Roman Reigns demands to be called, and after the shocking brutality he unleashed on his own cousin, Jey Uso, to retain the Universal Championship, who would argue otherwise?

The highly personal family issue set the stage for an intense battle from the opening bell, with Reigns happy to engage in trash talk almost immediately.

Jey quickly appeared overmatched, with any offense he mounted quickly stymied by The Big Dog.

But Jey eventually quickened the pace, putting Reigns on his heels after hitting a pair of tope suicidas and a superkick to net a near-fall. He again came close to scoring one of the greatest upsets in WWE history with two more near-falls following a roll-up and his top-rope splash. But in kicking out after the splash, Reigns caught Jey with a low blow and later donned a smile, suggesting it was intentional.

Reigns leveled his cousin with a Spear, resuming the verbal lashing and refusing to cease the beating until Jey acknowledged him as his “tribal chief” before hitting another Spear on his defiant cousin.

Jey’s brother Jimmy emerged, pleading for his brother to let him throw in the towel, but a barely conscious Jey insisted otherwise. That was until Reigns proceeded to rain down lefts and rights with Jey unable to protect himself, practically forcing his brother to throw in the towel and forfeit the match.

Disgusted by his cousin’s actions, Jimmy gave Reigns want he wanted, calling him “The Chief” after the bell. Paul Heyman crowned Reigns with the same lei Jey wore to the ring to complete the coronation.

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The match as scheduled was Daniel Bryan & Roman Reigns vs. King Corbin & Dolph Ziggler in the main event of Friday Night SmackDown.

But we wound up seeing many more faces than that.

The match had an unusual feel from the jump, as a surging Bryan was interrupted by flickering arena lights and the haunting sound of Bray Wyatt’s laugh. Bryan regained the form that was briefly halted earlier, but in the critical moments, Universal Champion “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt emerged, prompting Bryan to dive right through the ropes at his Royal Rumble opponent. Bryan’s efforts were unsuccessful though, as Wyatt applied the Mandible Claw and smashed Bryan through the barricade on the outside before reapplying the Mandible Claw.

Wyatt vanished just as quickly as he appeared, prompting Corbin & Ziggler to pounce on the solo Reigns. King Corbin & The Showoff tried to replicate their actions of a few weeks ago by attempting to handcuff The Big Dog and pour dog food on him, but their plan was thwarted by the returning Usos! Jimmy & Jey struck with a few vicious superkicks to dispatch Reigns and Corbin before helping their cousin to his feet, closing out an absolutely wild first Friday Night SmackDown of 2020.

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Jun 23 2019 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Digitals,Links,Raw Results,Screencaptures,Video

There’s more to being a good brother than makin’ towns and makin’ towns alone, and a doctor-cosplaying Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson got a shove back toward a competitive edge from the still-healing AJ Styles, who attempted to rouse his buddies with a pep talk from the trainer’s room. Unfortunately, Gallows & Anderson couldn’t quite get all their momentum back in one night, and The Usos left Raw with a statement victory over the former Raw Tag Team Champions.

That’s a doubly stinging defeat for Gallows & Anderson, who made their WWE debuts by bushwhacking The Usos in L.A. three years ago and seemed to be cruising to a victory this time thanks to an ironman effort from Karl Anderson. Alas, they got a little ahead of themselves, and Gallows found himself downed by a series of superkicks from the twins en route to a Jimmy Uso pinfall. The result led to as much frustration from Styles backstage as it did for his buddies in the ring, but the good news for The Good Brothers is that this doesn’t have to be the last word: As the old saying goes, a journey of 1,000 miles begins with a single stepski.

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Jun 10 2019 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Digitals,Links,Raw Results,Screencaptures,Video,WWE

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If there’s one lesson to be taken away from The Revival’s last couple of weeks, it’s that it pays to be in good with Shane McMahon. Not only did Dash & Dawson get a Six-Man Tag win last week with Shane and Drew McIntyre in their corner, but they were introduced by Shane-O-Mac in advance of a title fight that they won, making the “Top Guys” two-time Raw Tag Team Champions.

Yes, that means the clock strikes midnight on the Cinderella story of Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins, who looked great in defeat and were simply overwhelmed by the Triple Threat chaos, with Ryder taking the brunt of a splash from a superkick-happy Jey Uso. But unbeknownst to Jey, Scott Dawson had tagged in on him before he took flight for said splash, which made Dawson the legal man. After Jey nailed the splash, Dawson threw him off the pinfall position and stole the win with some help from Dash Wilder, who held Uso’s leg as he attempted to break up the three count. The stolen pinfall was enough to hand The Revival the titles, as well as pass to Shane and Drew’s Super ShowDown celebration, where there’s champagne waiting for them on ice. Given that Dash & Dawson were getting roasted for their grooming habits and scalded by Ucey Hot below the belt a few weeks ago, that’s a remarkable turnaround that can’t be overstated.

Jun 07 2019 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Digitals,Links,Pay Per View,Screencaptures,Video

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Mansoor turned his story into history at WWE Super ShowDown in his home country, winning the largest Battle Royal Match ever.

Whether it was hometown edge or sharpened determination on his part, the scrappy wunderkind delivered a jaw-dropping statement inside Jeddah’s King Abdullah Sports City Stadium, eliminating Elias to prevail in the historic 50-Man Battle Royal.

With great reward, though, comes a trove of risks — and for Mansoor, those risks came in the intimidating field of the 49 other Superstars who stood in his way. After a sizzling performance by Elias cut the ribbon in this seismic free-for-all, the marathon bout shifted into a breakneck start. Right away, eliminations piled up, with The Singh Brothers, Karl Anderson, Akira Tozawa and EC3 among the first wave. Superstars from opposing brands came to blows in a massive contest of fisticuffs, creating highlight-reel moments, such as an intimidating three-way standoff between tag team monsters Heavy Machinery, AOP and The Viking Raiders. Elsewhere, rivalries were rekindled with The Usos super kicking one-half of the SmackDown Tag Team Champions Rowan.

By the time the field thinned to 11 Superstars, Cesaro went into beast mode, swinging (and then launching) Cedric Alexander out of the ring, while the returning Sin Cara sent Shinsuke Nakamura crash landing to the outside with an enzuigiri. The bodies continued to fly until only six Superstars remained: Mansoor, Ricochet, Ali, Cesaro, Samoa Joe and Elias.

From there, it was a hectic mad dash. Seeing Samoa Joe as an overpowering threat, Ali and Ricochet collectively eliminated the reigning United States Champion with a tandem suplex to the outside. Waiting in the wing was Cesaro, who cut their celebration short when he sent both flying out of the ring with a clothesline. The true surprise came when Mansoor popped up with a dropkick to launch The Swiss Cyborg outside. A rush of excitement then filled the atmosphere, as the hometown favorite squared up with Elias in the battle’s final moments.

After a back-and-forth struggle, Mansoor countered an attack by Elias, sending The Living Truth over the top rope to earn the biggest milestone in his young career. The reaction from the crowd was deafening as the ecstatic hometown boy jumped into the front row to celebrate with the WWE Universe. The inspiring underdog then followed up his victory with a stirring in-ring speech that brought goosebumps and tears in equal measure.

It was the first landmark moment of Mansoor’s journey, but certainly not the last.

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After all that The Usos and The Revival have been through — from the hilarity of “Ucey Hot” hijinks to The Revival’s underhanded ambush of Uso cousin Roman Reigns days ago — Jimmy & Jey Uso got the last laugh against the “Top Guys” on the WWE Super ShowDown Kickoff.

Under the hot Jeddah sun, with temperatures inside the King Abdullah Sports City soaring north of 90 degrees, Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder unleashed textbook tag team strategy, using quick tags and well-honed double-team moves to punish Jimmy Uso. A head-ringing enzuigiri on Wilder began to turn the momentum in the twins’ favor, allowing Jimmy to tag in Jey, who scored a near-fall off two of the Anoa’i family’s most famous calling cards, a Samoan drop and a running hip check in the corner.

Moments later, Jey had Dawson’s shoulders pinned to the mat with an inside cradle, but a distraction by Wilder prevented the referee from administering a count, and Dawson rebounded with an organ-quaking spinebuster.

Despite The Revival’s cagey game plan, The Usos would not be denied. Jey broke free as Dawson & Wilder prepared for a double suplex and brought Jimmy back into the ring, setting off an explosive series of superkicks on both Revival members, which culminated with a two-for-one stereo strike on Wilder for the win.

Even in Jeddah, there’s no escaping The Uso Penitentiary.

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It’s been all jokes for The Usos lately, especially where The Revival is concerned. But Jimmy & Jey weren’t laughing much after their bout with the former Raw Tag Team Champions — a bout the “Top Guys” requested and one that The Usos clearly thought was going to go very different. While Jimmy & Jey shimmied their way to the ring, Dash & Dawson came out swinging, throwing hands before The Usos could even get their hoodies off and forcing the twins to re-strategize almost immediately.

The Revival’s aggression eventually brought The Usos down to earth, and the match soon turned from Tag Team 101 to wild high-flying and hybrid maneuvers (Dash Wilder’s got a mean tornado DDT, it turns out) and a flat-out slugfest. The Revival did what they do best by sticking to the basics, with Dash Wilder hitting the ring to cause chaos and legal man Scott Dawson earning a tights-assisted roll-up that was as decisive as it was ill-gotten. Perhaps their post-match celebration was a little excessive (let’s be honest, they cheated), but the elation was nonetheless justified: For all The Usos’ accomplishments over the last few weeks, they forgot who they were provoking until it was too late, and what could have been a riot turned into a reality check.

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HARTFORD, Conn. — A couple of weeks ago, Daniel Bryan & Rowan became the SmackDown Tag Team Champions by defeating The Usos, who took advantage of the Wild Card Rule to vie for the titles. Consider the favor repaid: The Planet’s Tag Team Champions were one-upped by Jimmy & Jey on the WWE Money in the Bank Kickoff in a non-title match that blurred the battle lines between Raw and SmackDown LIVE.

Fittingly for Jimmy & Jey, they started things off with jokes, dubbing Bryan & Rowan “SpongeBob & Patrick” to the delight of the WWE Universe. It had the unfortunate side effect, however, of infuriating the champions, who made sure The Usos went through hell before they got even within a hair’s breadth of sweet victory. The main aggressor in the match was Rowan, whom Bryan deployed at will to pulverize The Usos. The Beard wasn’t entirely absent from the showdown, tagging in mainly to act as a closer, but Jimmy & Jey rightly identified Rowan as their biggest problem (literally and figuratively), and took him out with stereo superkicks outside the ring. When Bryan attempted to join the fray with a suicide dive, he, too, was met with a pair of simultaneous superkicks. The Double Uce that sealed the match was all but elementary, but the implications of the victory were anything but.

True, on its face, this win doesn’t mean The Usos are heading back to the blue brand — the bout was non-title, so Bryan & Rowan are still the champs. Nonetheless, it was a solid boost for Jimmy & Jey as they weigh a challenge from The Revival, and a blow to the barely-crowned titleholders who have already raised the hackles of a potential contender. And that’s before we even get to the Wild Card Rule, which could, conceivably, give The Usos leeway to challenge for the titles in earnest. True, nothing technically changed at the end of this match, but it’s looking more and more like what Bryan & Rowan always said they wanted, though not in the way they hoped: A different world.