Roman Reigns raises stakes to the tag team unification match

In the latest version of SmackDown, Roman Reigns raised the stakes on the unification match between The Usos and RK-Bro.

After Reigns became the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion by defeating Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 38, the tag team division hinted at the possibility of unifying tag team titles. Reigns’ cousin, The Usos, is currently the longest-reigning SmackDown Tag Team Champion, with their reign over 300 days.

On the May 7 episode of SmackDown, RK-Bro, RAW Tag Team Champions, put out a challenge to The Usos and asked them to get everything ready. Last week, in the blue franchise’s closing segment, The Usos accepted their challenge. Randy Orton and Riddle mocked SmackDown Tag Team Champions, claiming that they would be the ones to make history.

At the start of the latest edition of SmackDown, the Tribe Chief said he was counting on The Usos to continue the family legacy by defeating RK Bro to become the undisputed WWE Tag Team Champion.

He added that he ‘expected them to deliver’ and smirked as he hugged his cousin. He may be hinting that they could be kicked out of The Bloodline if they lose to RK-Bro.

It remains to be seen what the outcome of the Winners Take All match will be on SmackDown as The Usos hopes to make Roman Reigns proud.


Roman Reigns vs. Is The Rock likely? We asked Paul Heyman himself here.

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