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This track was created by Ring Rope Rebellion as fan service to WWE and the superstars known as Jimmy and Jey Uso aka The Usos.
Make sure The Usos see this!
Unfortunately, the issues between them and the team they betrayed, Jimmy and Jey Uso, were so underdeveloped the program struggled to get over. Add to that a lack of television time, and you have the recipe for a one-dimensional feud between "good guys" and "bad guys" that has left fans underwhelmed.
Along with his twin brother Jimmy and Tamina, daughter of WWE Hall of Famer "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka, Jey is determined to shake loose any preconceptions his opponents might have about the Samoan culture. Anyone thinking Jimmy and Jey Uso will ever compete barefoot while wearing tribal beads like their island-born WWE Hall of Famer great uncles would be sorely mistaken.
The Usos defeated the Hype Bros.
The Usos are now evil, and I mean Kai En Tai level of evilness (indeed). So, Chad Gable was injured going into Backlash, and of course, had to be written out of the show. Enter evil Jimmy and Jay Uso. They take out American Alphas and are then rewarded with another chance at the WWE Smackdown Tag Team Titles (it’s best not to question this and just go along with it). They had to overcome the Hype Bros. though, whom had a pretty decent match. Now Mojo Rawley, he is not a bad worker, far from it. He just has possibly the most irritating gimmick in recent memory. The man that loves to stay ‘hype’ should stay off TV until he stops trying to be this generation’s Ultimate Warrior (just times 10,000). So, a pretty standard tag team match with The Usos picking up the victory with evil tactics, well sort of evil, not quite evil…..EVIL INDEED.
Sorry, I got stuck in some sort of evil temporal loop there, weird. Anyway, The Usos picked up the win with an old school Tequila Sunrise.