WWE Tag Team Division Returns with a Bang
Just as the Hart Dynasty starts getting things heated up in the WWE tag team division, The Uso Brothers come in and start a fire, with a surprise ambush on this past Monday's Raw.
Say hello to developmental wrestlers Jimmy and Jules Uso, also known as the Uso Brothers.
These twin brothers are no strangers to the squared circle and happen to be sons of WWE Legend Rikishi Fatu.
They are currently holding the tag team straps down in Florida Championship Wrestling. Their surprise appearance on Monday Night Raw in Toledo, Ohio shocked me to say the least, though I am sure some knew of this.
The Uso Brothers' appearance on Raw confirmed to me that the WWE is serious about its tag team circuit and have listened to the WWE Universe for a change.
I am sure the Uso Brothers will be dropping their titles soon and sticking around in the big leagues. With that being said, let's have a quick rundown of the current tag team talent in the WWE.
While it is still a little weak in my opinion, it is miles ahead of what it was before. Of course, you got the Unified Tag Team Champions, the Hart Dynasty, the Dude Busters, Vance Archer and Curt Hawkins, and now, the recent addition of the Uso Brothers.
Some teams who have competed together and worth noting are The Miz and Chris Jericho, and MVP and JTG.
Speaking of MVP and JTG, I've got a good name for them if they were to stick together: The Initials. Corny? I know. But hey, it could work.
I am loving the team of Vance Archer and Curt Hawkins. I can see them holding the gold sooner then later and also Hawkins breaking away for a big solo push in the future.
All I know is, things are looking up when it comes to tag teams in the WWE, and I couldn't be more happier about the situation.
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