The Wyatt Family minus Bray Wyatt delivered a warning to The Usos backstage. The Usos had their own interview, saying that they were looking forward to battling the big bruisers.
Jimmy Uso stunned Erick Rowan with stinging chops to open the match. When Luke Harper stepped in, Jimmy and Jey buzzed around him, peppering him with strikes.
The Wyatt Family withstood the flurry and soon had the brothers suffering in the center of the ring.
Rowan squeezed the air out of Jey. Harper raked his fingers across his face.
It took some double-team action from the tag champs to take back control. A double kick to the ribs had Harper retreating, but not for long.
The big man soon clubbed Jimmy in his bandaged torso before Rowan offered his own punishment. Jimmy finally tagged in his brother, who flew at his foes with a frenzied energy.
Jey looked to finish things off with a splash, but Harper raised his knees to protect himself. A superkick couldn't topple Harper, either.
In the chaos that bubbled over, Rowan lifted Jey high into the air before smashing him to the mat.
The Wyatt Family wins via pinfall.
Memorable Moments and Quotes
"Now we take up his cause. We prowl the charred landscape like ravenous dragons with no one left to torture except the same pair of brothers."—Harper.
"You ever seen a pit bull cornered? Poked at? Hungry? Stray? Crazy? They start getting Uso crazy."—Jimmy.
Harper hits a nasty boot to Jey's face.
Jey dives out on Rowan, and Harper soon follows him.
The Usos and The Wyatt Family delivered another great match together and injected life into a Raw that was sagging at that point.
WWE was smart to give both teams some mic time. Harper, while not nearly as captivating as Wyatt, was plenty creepy. He got a chance to show off his personality, delivering some chilling lines. He's a much more raw talker than his leader, but experiences like this will allow him to improve.
The Usos were funny and had some good energy in their interview.
Once the match began, all four wrestlers showed why they are at the top of the tag division. The contrast of speed and power, along with some quality theater between the ropes, made it one of the night's most enjoyable offerings.
The Usos' title reign will be far better if they have to go through Harper and Rowan rather than mess with inferior teams such as RybAxel.