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May 20 2019 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Links,Pay Per View,Video,WWE.com

MITB Digitals | MITB Video Captures

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.

May 15 2019 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Links,Smackdown Results

SmackDown Live Digitals | Video Captures

Introduction: Ever since the Superstar Shakeup, The Usos have had their plates full. They have the ongoing feud with The Revival on Raw and making sure the SmackDown Tag Team Championships are being earned. The Usos have been deemed one of the Greatest Tag Teams of the Millennium. Last week, Roman Reigns found himself dealing with a new authority figure. This week, The Big Dog needed aide. He sought out The Miz. The Miz definitely agreed to have his back. But what happens when THe Miz gets banned by Shane McMahon? You call family. There was no one better to call than #TheBloodline, The Usos.

The Usos let Roman know that when he’s down in numbers, family will always have his back. So when Shane McMahon, Daniel Bryan, Luke Harper and Elias jumped on The Miz and Roman, The Usos were right there to help fend off the gang. So how will Roman & The Usos fair against Shane, Daniel, Rowan and Elias? WWE.com has the latest from the match below.

LONDON — Continuing their conversation from the night before on Raw, Roman Reigns and The Miz kicked off SmackDown LIVE in London by discussing who was going to get the first crack at Shane McMahon tonight on the blue brand, but their chat was soon re-routed when they were by Shane McMahon & Elias, who seemingly both were eager to have their WWE Money in the Bank matches against Miz and Reigns respectively to come early.

It quickly became apparent that Shane & Elias had set a trap for Reigns and Miz as Daniel Bryan & Rowan joined Shane-O-Mac and Elias and were clearly ready to pounce. However, just as the quartet attacked and began to lay into Miz & Reigns, the Wild Card Rule struck again, with The Usos dashing out to join the fray. Jimmy & Jey wiped out Shane, Elias, Bryan and Rowan with stereo dives and stood tall alongside Reigns & The A-Lister to kick off SmackDown LIVE in Uso crazy fashion.

After The Usos of Raw used the Wild Card Rule to come to the aid of Roman Reigns and sparked a brouhaha with Shane McMahon, Elias, and SmackDown Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan & Rowan, Shane decreed that all seven Superstars would run it back in a 4-on-3 Handicap Match. Noticeable by his absence was The Miz, who Shane barred from ringside earlier in the evening, saying that if The A-Lister showed up during the Handicap Match, Shane would immediately cancel their Steel Cage Match this Sunday at WWE Money in the Bank.

When Jey Uso tweaked his ankle after missing a high-risk maneuver, the foursome took advantage of their numbers advantage, with Shane-O-Mac wearing down Jey and the rest of the squad following suit.

Despite absorbing tremendous punishment from his opponents, Jey rallied back and dropped Shane with a pinpoint kick before finding the energy to tag a fresh Big Dog into the matchup. Reigns unloaded on Bryan and eventually tagged in Jimmy, which allowed The Usos to run wild. A flurry of action saw Bryan connect with his Running Knee and Reigns level Rowan with a Superman Punch on the outside. During the melee, Jey Uso found himself in prime position to be hit with Shane’s Coast-to-Coast that secured the victory for the quartet.

Shane seemed ready to continue the attack after the bell, but The Miz put a stop to any such thing when he dashed out with a steel chair to even the odds for Reigns & The Usos, clearing the ring of Shane, Elias, Bryan and Rowan. There will be no escape for Shane this Sunday though, when he and Miz are locked inside the confines of a Steel Cage.

Mar 11 2019 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Links,Pay Per View,Recap

Fastlane Digitals | Video Captures

CLEVELAND – None of it worked. Not The Miz’s hometown good vibes, not the presence of good-luck charm George Mizanin at ringside, not even the signature daredevilry of Shane McMahon. The Co-Besties, a.k.a. the Best Friends, a.k.a. McMiz, are neither SmackDown Tag Team Champions, nor are they apparently even a tag team anymore. At the very least, they likely aren’t friends, if we’re to take Shane’s stunning, post-match attack of The Awesome One at face value.

Of course, heinous ambushes are part and parcel of the game in a tag team division, but the former SmackDown Commissioner’s attack was doubly shocking because it came on the heels of one of his squad’s finest moments in the short-lived alliance, a match in which Shane literally went above and beyond to get to the cusp of victory against The Usos: In what will undoubtedly be this match’s signature moment, The Prodigal Son knocked Jimmy Uso flat out of the sky with a Coast-to-Coast as the titleholder attempted to pancake Miz with a top-rope splash.

The maneuver didn’t just launch a thousand .gifs; it gave The A-Lister new life in a match where Jimmy & Jey competed like they were looking to send a message, even going so far as to add new maneuvers to their repertoire — a pop-up Samoan Drop; a two-man swinging neckbreaker — as examples of the kind of chemistry and creativity that can only come about after years of teaming together. Miz, too, was looking to send a message; with his father in the front row, The Awesome One had been rolling like a house on fire all match and saved the finishing touch for last. At the old man’s urging, Miz ascended the top turnbuckle and attempted a Frog Splash of his own, only to be kneed by Jimmy and rolled up for three.

Cleveland still showered Miz with a hero’s reception in the wake of his defeat, and Shane seemed content to let his partner have his moment. At least until he bulldozed Miz from behind, pie-faced Mr. Mizanin in the crowd and locked The Awesome One in a triangle as Mr. Miz watched in horror. Tears will doubtlessly be shed for the sudden demise of one of SmackDown’s purest friendships, but perhaps the mourners shouldn’t be surprised. Shane is a self-professed student of the game, and the lesson about friends has been told time and time again. The last word on tonight might be that it was simply Miz’s turn to learn it.

Dec 12 2018 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Links,SmackDown Recap,Video,WWE,WWE.com

SmackDown Live Digitals | Video Captures

Whether The Bar can survive a Triple Threat title defense on Sunday remains to be seen, but they definitely got more than they bargained for when they challenged The Usos to a Rap Battle, as Jimmy & Jey responded to the champions’ rendition of “Ice, Ice Sheamy” by rapping circles around them and provoking a throwdown between the two teams. The New Day, who won the previous rap battle and returned to host this one, weren’t spared either, but Cesaro & Sheamus eventually cleared the ring of all challengers in a stark reminder to their opponents that while Vanilla Ice parodies may not cut the mustard in a rap battle, there’s no mistaking who’ll be under pressure when the bell rings.

Dec 06 2018 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Links,Smackdown Results,WWE.com

SmackDown Live Digitals | Video Captures

With Big E and Kofi Kingston bringing The Power of Positivity to commentary, Xavier Woods, Jey Uso and Cesaro squared off in a furious Triple Threat Match just two weeks before The Usos, The New Day and The Bar battle for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship in a Triple Threat Tag Team Match at WWE TLC.

In the final moments of the whirlwind free-for-all that truly gave the WWE a taste of what they will see at the Dec. 16 pay-per-view, Cesaro threw Woods out of the ring, but as he turned back around, he walked right into Jey’s earth-shattering superkick that earned Uso the important three-count.

With all three tag teams keeping an eye on each other in the ring as the dust settled, the WWE Universe is in for an all-out slugfest for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship.

Nov 19 2018 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Exclusive,Links,WWE Network Exclusive,WWE.com

The Usos set the tone for the rest of the SmackDown LIVE competitors with their sole survivor victory on the Survivor Series 2018 Kickoff.

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Nov 19 2018 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Links,Pay Per View,WWE.com

Survivor Series Digitals | Video Captures

LOS ANGELES — Under the captainship of The Usos, the blue brand’s Tag Team division came to win in the Survivor Series 2018 Kickoff, defeating Monday Night Raw in a 10-on-10 Tag Team Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match.

After targeting Kalisto’s knee and ankle in the early goings, the aggressive Epico suffered The Revival’s Shatter Machine, giving Team Red the early advantage by eliminating both members of The Colons. The hobbled King of Flight, meanwhile, was replaced on the apron by his Lucha House Party cohort Gran Metalik.

Shortly after The Colons’ elimination, Karl Anderson scored a fast roll-up pin on The B-Team’s Bo Dallas. Team Red’s co-captains Bobby Roode & Chad Gable rallied to eliminate the unpredictable with a Roode Awakening/moonsault combo that, appropriately, no one could have predicted.

The back-and-forth nature of Survivor Series’ first match of the night continued, with The New Day’s elimination of The Ascension followed by Gran Metalik’s breathtaking senton to Karl Anderson, taking both him and his Good Brother Luke Gallows out of the competition. Lucha House Party’s celebration would be cut short, though, when The Usos’ double-team tactics destroyed the masked trio’s figurative piñata.

Big E then used his size to keep Dash Wilder on the defensive with a succession of belly-to-belly suplexes and a spear through the ropes that sent the Revival member to the floor. With the battle spilling outside the ring, Roode saw fit to create a Glorious catastrophe by diving onto the brawling Superstars, but Jey Uso took that perilous flight onto the mass of humanity instead. As the dazed combatants struggled to their feet at the bottom of the entrance ramp, Gable hurled Jimmy Uso off the top turnbuckle onto red and blue Superstars alike with a high-risk German suplex.

Gable was seemingly on a roll, but an ill-timed moonsault propelled him into the waiting arms of Big E, who set the mat tactician up for the Midnight Hour. The Revival stayed alive in the final moments of the match by hitting Woods with the Shatter Machine, but their end came in the form of a series of Uso Superkicks. That left Dawson vulnerable to Jimmy’s top-rope splash — with a tribute to cousin Roman Reigns thrown in for good measure.

Nov 07 2018 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in International,Links,Smackdown Results,WWE Live

SmackDown Live Digitals | SmackDown Live Captures

With the opportunity to become captains of the SmackDown LIVE Tag Team Survivor Series squad on the line, The Usos and The New Day rekindled their classic rivalry on the blue brand.

Bodies were flying and slamming inside the squared circle and around ringside, highlighted by Kofi Kingston launching himself from the top turnbuckle onto Jimmy & Jey with a breathtaking leap to the floor. However, even as The New Day continued to pick up steam, The Usos rallied back when Jimmy caught Kofi with an unbelievable top-rope powerbomb and followed up with a huge splash that finally put New Day down for the clutch win.

However, The Usos immediately made their first decision as team captains, announcing that The New Day would join them in their battle against Raw at Survivor Series.

Oct 24 2018 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Links,SmackDown Preview,SmackDown Recap,Video,WWE,WWE.com

Daniel Bryan and AJ Styles versus Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso

Jimmy and Bryan start things off and they lock up. Bryan with a side head lock. Bryan with a shoulder tackle and side head lock. Jey makes the tag and Bryan clotheslines Jey over the top rope to the floor. Styles drop kicks Jimmy to the floor. Styles and Bryan with stereo planchas and they return to the ring. Jimmy helps Jey up and they try to figure out their strategy. Styles tags in and he locks up with Jey. Styles with a snap mare and kick to the back. AJ sends Jey into the turnbuckles and tags Bryan in. Daniel goes to the turnbuckles and hits a double sledge on the arm. Bryan with an arm wringer and he slams the arm over his shoulder. Jimmy tags in and the Usos double team Bryan with punches and kicks.

Jey tags in and they make a wish with Bryan. Jimmy tags in and they make another wish with Bryan. Jey tags in and he head butts Bryan in the abdomen. Jey follows with a belly-to-back suplex for a near fall. Jimmy tags back in and he kicks Bryan and applies a reverse chin lock. Jimmy with a back elbow and he tags Jey in and they kick Bryan. Jimmy tags in and Jey with a back breaker and Jimmy with an elbow off the turnbuckles for a near fall.

Bryan with elbows to get out of the chin lock. Bryan punches Jey on the apron and then Jimmy in the ring. Bryan and Jimmy go for cross body presses at the same time and both men are down. Styles and Jey tag in and Styles with strikes and a clothesline. Styles with a knee on the apron to Jimmy. Styles with a shoulder and he flips into the ring and hits an ushigoroshi for a near fall. Styles with a Calf Crusher in Jey and Jimmy breaks it up. Bryan punches Jimmy and Jimmy with a thrust kick and belly-to-back suplex but Bryan lands on his feet and sends Jimmy to the floor. Styles sets for the Phenomenal forearm but Jey moves and Styles almost hits Bryan. AJ with a Pele Kick that accidentally hits Bryan. Jimmy tags in and hits a frog splash with a Roman Reigns Superman punch wind up for the three count.

Winners: Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso

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Oct 24 2018 | Published by | 00 comments | Filed in Links,Video,WWE Youtube,WWE.com

After defeating AJ Styles & Daniel Bryan, Jimmy & Jey Uso dedicate their win to their cousin, Roman Reigns, who revealed he’s battling leukemia on last night’s Raw.

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