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Ridge picks up both Usos, slamming them with one arm each. The Brutes hit their powerslam/roundhouse combination for the pin, but Jey is just barely able to break it up. As Sami goes for a chair, he's cut off by Sheamus. Sami and Solo are stalled by ...
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This week's episode of WWE SmackDown featured Riddle with Shinsuke Nakamura versus The Usos in a unified tag team championship match. But, kicking off the show was Drew McIntyre and the New Day versus the Brawling Brutes.
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Last night's episode of WWE SmackDown ushered in an even more dominant era for The Bloodline, as The Usos are now Undisputed Tag Team Champions and Roman Reigns is still the Undisputed WWE Champion, holding the WWE Championship and the Universal ...
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During the latest episode of “WWE SmackDown,” it was confirmed that WWE Hall Of Famer Jeff Jarrett will be the special guest referee for the Undisputed Tag Team Championship match at WWE SummerSlam between the Street Profits and the Usos.
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WWE SmackDown advertised Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Sami Zayn, Xavier Woods vs. Butch and an alleged winner-take-all tag team unification match pitting Raw tag team champions RK-Bro against SmackDown tag team champions The Usos.
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WWE Undisputed Champion will tag with Usos against the Street Profits and Riddle.
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WWE SummerSlam 2022 results with Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns for the WWE Undisputed Universal Championship.
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WWE Smackdown results: Jeff Jarrett was unveiled as the guest referee for the tag team championship match between The Usos and The Street Profits for SummerSlam 2022. In another update, Pat McAfee made his WWE return and opened the show.
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SmackDown preview, June 3, 2022: Riddle & Shinsuke Nakamura challenge The Usos for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Title · A Six-Pack Challenge to determine Ronda Rousey's next challenger for the SmackDown Women's Championship · Madcap Moss returns with payback ...
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WWE presents WrestleMania Backlash Sunday on Peacock, and it is using an old school approach with its main event. In the match, Undisputed WWE and Universal champion Roman Reigns teams with Smackdown tag champions The Usos to take on Drew McIntyre and ...
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Our preview for tonight's WWE SmackDown on FOX, where The Usos will defend the Tag Team Championship against Riddle and Shinsuke Nakamura.
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