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Sep 07 2016 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Digitals,Screencaptures,Smackdown Results,Video


Full Set Of Digitals

There is a longstanding logic in the NBA that a young team, no matter how talented, simply cannot win a championship before facing some real adversity. Keep that in mind.

American Alpha and The Usos went at it in this semifinals match of the SmackDown Tag Team Championship Tournament. Jimmy and Jey Uso were clearly looking to prove why they were the standard-bearers of the tag team division for years now, while Jason Jordan and Chad Gable were aiming to show why they were straight up ready to snatch that flag and run with it like they were the Team USA Basketball team on a fast break.

After a sudden attack by The Usos right as the bell rang, Jordan and Gable ultimately prevailed by hitting Grand Amplitude within the first minute or so of the match for the victory.

Much like the late ’80s Chicago Bulls and the mid-90s Orlando Magic, however, possible adversity struck. The Usos, typically the face-painted symbols of valor in the division, uncharacteristically (and savagely) ambushed American Alpha after the match when extending their hands for a handshake, specifically targeting Gable’s knee. The Usos held Gable in a submission hold and then connected with a Samoan Splash on his prone leg.

The attack left the former-Olympian in clear distress.

Credit: WWE

Aug 22 2016 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Digitals,Pay Per View,Screencaptures,Video


After weeks of taking a backseat to the American Alpha hype train, The Usos reasserted themselves by earning the decisive pinfall in SummerSlam Kickoff’s opening 12-Man Tag Team Match. So why aren’t they smiling?


The win should, by any indication, have been a windfall moment for Jimmy & Jey, the longest tenured duo of a SmackDown Live Tag Team division that is almost entirely comprised of tandems that were formed in WWE NXT (Breezango being the sole exception). American Alpha has been by far the most heralded of the bunch, and the two-time WWE Tag Team Champion Usos were claiming as recently as last week that they weren’t quite ready, willing or Gable to cede the driver’s seat of the division.

So it’s understandable that the Slammy Award-heavy twins used this 12-Man Tag Team Match as an opportunity to make a statement, especially after Alpha scored the deciding pinfall in a similar content a few days earlier. They did so after a bout that erupted into chaos rather quickly, with each tandem looking to position themselves as Team Blue’s top team. At one point, The Ascension had cleared the ring until American Alpha sent them packing, and Aiden English of The Vaudevillains (who had taken the fateful Grand Amplitude on Tuesday) single-handedly neutralized both grapplers.

When the action resumed, Zack Ryder was left to the mercy of Breezango, The Ascension and The Vaudevillains, who attempted to isolate the WrestleMania 32 miracle man from all 11 of his would-be saviors. After taking an artillery’s worth of offense, Ryder finally managed to land a neck breaker on Konnor and reach Jimmy Uso, who was quickly stopped short by Tyler Breeze. Enter Jason Jordan, who delivered suplexes left and right until each Superstar rushed the ring to attack anyone and everyone who stood in his path.

When the dust cleared, Jordan and Gable managed to catch Simon Gotch in Grand Amplitude, only Jey Uso tagged himself in right before Gable could complete the maneuver. Jey swooped in with a Frog Splash to steal the pin for himself, clearly marking his territory for the benefit of anyone who may have forgotten.

So, perhaps the reason he wasn’t smiling was because he felt The Usos had to prove themselves all over again. Perhaps the reason Alpha wasn’t smiling was that it came at their expense.

Credit: WWE

Aug 20 2016 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Appearances,Articles,News


The SummerSlam Kickoff just got much bigger.

In a return match from Tuesday’s SmackDown Live, The Usos, American Alpha & The Hype Bros will meet Breezango, The Ascension & The Vaudevillains in a gigantic 12-Man Tag Team Match on Sunday’s Kickoff.

The six duos lit up the blue brand earlier this week with a jaw-dropping bout that ended in victory for The Usos, American Alpha & The Hype Bros after Jason Jordan & Chad Gable connected with Grand Amplitude against The Vaudevillains’ Aiden English. Now, the 12 Superstars gear up for round two at The Biggest Event of the Summer.

SmackDown Live’s dynamic Tag Team division goes head-to-head in a furious 12-Man Tag Team Match.

SmackDown Live General Manager Daniel Bryan previously indicated that the vacuum left by championships lost to Raw during the Brand Extension Draft — presumably, WWE Tag Team Titles included — will be filled in the not-too-distant future. Could a strong performance on the Kickoff put one or more teams in the catbird seat as Team Blue’s upper management contemplates plans for the Tag Team division?


Aug 17 2016 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Digitals,Screencaptures,Smackdown Results,Video


Full Set of Digitals

The Usos, American Alpha and The Hype Bros. vs. The Vaudevillains, The Ascension and Breezango
Back from the break and The Usos are out first, followed by Chad Gable and Jason Jordan. Zack Ryder and Mojo Rawley are out next for their SmackDown debut. The Vaudevillains are out first for their team, followed by The Ascension. Tyler Breeze and Fandango are out last.
Breeze and Gable go at it early on. Viktor tags in and keeps control of Gable, talking trash and dropping him for a quick 2 count. Gable counters and tags in Mojo. He takes out Viktor’s leg and nails him in the corner. Ryder tags in for the double team but Konnor makes the save. Everything falls apart and both teams brawl in the ring as we go back to commercial.
Back from the break and The Usos clean house. More chaos with everyone hitting their finishers. The Usos hit double superkicks and then one of them hits a big splash. The finish sees American Alpha drop Aiden English on his head for the win.
Winners: The Usos, American Alpha and The Hype Bros.
– After the match, the babyface tag teams celebrate together in the ring.

Credit: PWMania

Aug 03 2016 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Spoilers


Rumor has it that Jimmy Uso is out with a minor disclosed injury. This leaves Jey Uso to pick up the pieces. Jey can definitely handle things on his own. Remember when he faced Seth Rollins? Let’s see what will be in store for Jey while Jimmy is out.

Alert! Spoilers Below

Credit: PWMania

Jul 30 2016 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Main Event Results,Video


Jey Uso vs. Tyler Breeze (w/Fandango)

Breeze gets a headlock locked in during the opening moments, Jey eventually is able to push Breeze to the ropes. Breeze returns with a shoulder block prior to laying on the turnbuckle as Fandango cheers him on. They lock up, with Breeze quickly getting another headlock locked in on Jey. Jey pushes Breeze to the ropes, and drops down as Breeze comes back hits the ropes on the opposite side of the ring. Jey jumps up as Breeze runs under him and hits ropes once more before Jey attempts and arm drag. Breeze counters with an arm drag attempt of his own, but Jey is able to hit a clothesline instead. Jey imitates Breeze as he lays on the turnbuckle. Breeze runs at Jey, Jey dodges the attack as Breeze goes face first into the turnbuckle though. Jey chops Breeze twice before Fandango distracts him. Breeze attacks Jey from behind and stomps him several times before the referee backs him off. Breeze Irish Whips Jey into the ropes and then hits an elbow to his face. Breeze hits a leg drop and pins Jey for a one count. Jey blocks a strike from Breeze and punches Breeze in the face twice before clotheslining him over the top rope to the outside. Jey attempts a splash to the outside onto both Fandango and Tyler Breeze, but they both move out of the way, as Jey lands on his feet. Jey punches Fandango. Breeze kicks Jey as he gets onto the ring apron sending him back down to the outside. Breeze rolls out and Irish Whips Jey into the barricade. Breeze rolls Jey back into the ring and pins him for a two count. Breeze locks in another headlock. Jey eventually fights out of it and punches Breeze in the ribs before Breeze pushes Jey to the ropes and hits a dropkick on him. Jey rolls to the outside as we head into a commercial break.

Breeze gets a two count over Jey as we come back from commercial, before locking in another headlock. Jey fights out of the headlock. Jey attempts a kick that Breeze ducks, before attempting a second one that connects. Jey hits two clotheslines and a kick, before punching Breeze. Jey ducks a clothesline attempt from Breeze prior to hitting a Samoan Drop. Fandango grabs Jey’s leg as Jey is running toward Breeze, allowing Breeze to send Jey over the top rope onto the ring apron. Jey punches Breeze and ascends the turnbuckle. Breeze dropkicks Jey. Breeze then attempts a superplex. Jey fights out of it and DDTs Breeze into the top rope. Jey pins Beeze for a two count. Breeze rolls out of the ring. Jey hits a running splash to the outside on Fandango and Breeze. Jey rolls Breeze back into the ring prior to attempting a splash off the top rope. Breeze gets his knees up and rolls Jey up for a two count. Jey eventually hits a superkick on Breeze and pins him for a two count. Jey runs at Breeze in the corner. Breezes moves out of the way as Jey jumps up to the second rope. Breeze pulls Jey’s head down (while he’s still on the second rope) before kicking him in the face and pinning him with his feet on the ropes for the win.

Winner: Tyler Breeze (w/Fandango)

Credit: Wrestling Inc

Jul 27 2016 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Spoilers



Since The Usos were drafted on Smackdown Live, The Universe has been wondering where will the tag team division fit into all of the new changes. Well for starters, The Usos came up short against Breezango at Battleground. Will this feud get the time of day or get pushed on the back burner. Will The Usos stay together or drift apart?

Alert! Spoilers Below

Credit: Wrestling Inc

Jul 25 2016 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Digitals,Pay Per View,Screencaptures,Video


Full Set Battleground Digitals

With WWE’s post-Brand Extension New Era not even a week old, a serious (and seriously egotistical) threat has emerged in SmackDown Live’s new-look Tag Team division, and thy name is Breezango.

The arrogant alliance of Tyler Breeze & Fandango — who received a surprisingly positive reaction from the Verizon Center — turned back two-time WWE Tag Team Champions Jimmy & Jey Uso in a thrilling duel on the WWE Battleground Kickoff, perhaps proving once and for all that the comically brash duo means business.

It was The Usos, however, who pushed the action at the outset, connecting with a combination backbreaker/headbutt in the opening minute. Though less experienced as a team compared to their twin opponents, Breezango nonetheless utilized quick tags and showed off impressive teamwork moments later, dropping Jey with a catapult by Breeze into a slingshot elbow drop by Fandango.


Fandango sought to slow the pace, wearing down Jey with a rear chinlock, but the high-flying Uso turned the momentum with a pair of enzuigiris to both members of Breezango. Once Jimmy tagged in, he continued the onslaught, clotheslining Fandango twice before landing a huge Samoan drop. Then, paying homage to The Usos’ WWE Hall of Fame father Rikishi, Jimmy launched hip-first into Fandango as the cocky Superstar sat slumped in the corner. Soon, all four Superstars were in the ring, but after a splash by Jey Uso went awry, Breeze bludgeoned him with a Supermodel Kick as Jey’s head was lodged next to the turnbuckle.

Battleground Screencaptures

From there, the action came fast and furious, with all four Superstars again finding themselves involved, regardless of which two warriors were actually the legal participants. Jimmy laid out his egotistical opposition with back-to-back superkicks, and then went up top with visions of a Samoan splash in mind. Yet, Fandango, who was outside the ring, grabbed Uso’s leg, and the distraction, though momentary, proved costly. Jimmy Uso shook off Fandango and dove off the top rope, but by then Breeze regained his composure. As the Samoan Superstar descended from high above, Breeze put up his knees, resulting in a painful landing for Uso. The self-proclaimed gorgeous Superstar then snared Uso in an inside cradle for the pin.

With every Superstar on the blue brand looking to turn heads of Commissioner Shane McMahon and General Manager Daniel Bryan, what will this victory mean for Breeze & Fandango as SmackDown Live’s management contemplates the future of its Tag Team division?


Jul 24 2016 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in WWE Live



The Usos beat Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson. The Usos won with a double superkick then top rope splash on Anderson. Split reaction.

Credit:411 Mania

Jul 23 2016 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Video,WWE Superstars Results


Match #2: The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray & D-Von) vs. The Usos (Jimmy & Jey)
Jimmy & Bubba will kickoff the action, Bubba with his usual trash talk at the bell, he kicks Jimmy in the abdomen instead of locking up, launched him hard into the turnbuckles, then pummels him in the ribs. He shoots Jimmy to the ropes, Jimmy ducks a back elbow, avoids a clothesline, looks for a crossbody, but misses the mark. Bubba charges at him and gets caught in multiple arm drags, Jey gets a tag and comes off the top with an elbow to the shoulder, then regains the wristlock. Bubba flattens him with a clothesline and tags out, D-Von hammers Jey in the corner with right hands, shoots him across and follows it, Jey hops up and over, then drops him with an uppercut. He drives D-Von back into his corner and holds him there, Jimmy tags in and charges with a running forearm, The Usos line him up for a double superkick, Bubba runs in to help out, but squashes his own partner. D-Von falls to the outside, Bubba gets clocked by a double superkick and rolls to the floor, The Usos holding the ring as we go to a break….

We come back and The Usos with a double back elbow to D-Von, follow with a double elbow drop, they knock Bubba off the apron, Jey heads up top as the referee gets Jimmy back to the apron, Bubba seizing the opportunity to crotch Jey on the top turnbuckle. D-Von takes control now and drops Jey with a big right hand, the crowd wants tables, Bubba drops to the floor and feigns going for one under the ring, earning himself a number of boos. D-Von whips Jey to the ropes for a spinning back elbow, chokes him on the middle rope, Jey tries to fight back, but gets flattened by a clothesline. Bubba re-enters the match and clobbers Jey with heavy shots, squashes him with a splash for a count of 2, sticks him with left hand jabs, Jey goes for a kick and gets caught, but brings the other leg around for an enzuigiri that misses. D-Von tags back in and comes off the top for a diving headbutt, Jey rolls out of harm’s way, finally makes it to his brother to tag, Jimmy coming in with clotheslines for D-Von, then decks Bubba on the apron. He keels D-Von over with a kick, cracks him with an uppercut, hits the Samoan Drop and then measures him in the corner.

Jimmy runs in, gets elevated to the apron, lands on his feet, decks D-Von with another uppercut, climbs upstairs and scores with a crossbody for a near fall. He whips D-Von to the ropes for a back body drop, Bubba makes a blind tag, D-Von hits Jimmy with a kick and The Dudleys connect with 3D II, Bubba covering, but still can’t put it away. He makes a tag back to D-Von and calls for 3D, Jey slides in and lays Bubba out with a superkick, drops D-Von with one, Jimmy goes to the high rent district and hits the Uso Splash for the win.
Winners: The Usos (Jimmy/Uso Splash)

Credit: Top Rope