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WWE.com: SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos Defend Against Shelton Benjamin & Chad Gable

The newest rivalry in SmackDown’s Tag Team division finally hits the ring Tuesday in England, as The Usos defend their SmackDown Tag Team Titles against the tandem of Shelton Benjamin & Chad Gable.

After winning a Fatal 4-Way Match to earn a future title opportunity, the mat wrestling masters almost immediately set out to get under the champions’ skin. Benjamin & Gable initially approached Jimmy & Jey in what appeared to be a handshake offering of sportsmanship ahead of their title match, only to pull their hands away at the last second. The challengers continued antagonizing the champions two weeks later, revealing that their title match would take place this Tuesday in Manchester.

The Usos have had their sights set on Survivor Series and their Champions vs. Champions showdown with the Raw Tag Team Champions. Before they can focus on a battle with new titleholders Cesaro & Sheamus, however, Jimmy & Jey must get through Benjamin & Gable. Who will move on to Houston?






Smackdown Results and Photos – October 24th 2017

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Shelton Benjamin & Chad Gable def. The New Day

With Shelton Benjamin & Chad Gable now officially the next in line for an opportunity at SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos (who were offering their unique insight at the announce desk), the upstart tag team looked to make a major impression and continue their winning ways against former champions The New Day on SmackDown LIVE.

After a spellbinding bout that kept the WWE Universe on the edge of their seats, Benjamin and Gable outwitted The New Day when Shelton, positioned on the apron, struck with a perfectly placed kick to Xavier Woods’ back out of the official’s sight, allowing Gable to secure the pinfall to keep his team rolling




Raw Results and Photos – October 23rd 2017

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Smackdown placed Raw “under siege”

Raw General Manager Kurt Angle intended to use Team Red’s main event to announce the brand’s competitors for this year’s Men’s Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match. Unfortunately, an offhanded remark earlier in the evening to visiting SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon about the blue brand’s supposedly thin ranks came back to haunt The Olympic Hero when The Prodigal Son marched his roster through the audience to surround Angle in the ring and place Raw “under siege.”

With The New Day leading the charge, SmackDown picked the Raw Superstars apart one by one across the entire backstage area. Chad Gable made a beeline for Jason Jordan, the Women’s roster handily overpowered Sasha Banks & Co., and Baron Corbin even took out a hapless backstage worker. Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins put up the toughest fight by attacking from the shadows, but Team Blue overpowered The Hounds of Justice before leading Angle back to the top of the ramp.

Rusev and Corbin marched the Raw General Manager to the ring for a final face-to-face confrontation with Shane, who commanded Angle to bring his gold medal and what was left of his roster to Survivor Series, where SmackDown would finish what they started. And given the display that had just unfolded, Shane didn’t even have to steal Angle’s catchphrase (though he did anyway) for The Olympic Hero to realize that his promise may very well come true.








Smackdown Results and Photos – October 10th 2017

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Tempers flared in the Team Blue Tag Team division

SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos wanted to kick off SmackDown LIVE by reflecting on their title victory over The New Day in a barbaric Hell in a Cell Match this past Sunday, but you’ll never guess who, who, WHO had something to add to the discussion. Yeah, The New Day.

However, Jimmy & Jey, seemingly sporting a new attitude after their incredible battle with Big E & Xavier Woods inside the structure that changes careers, appeared to be attempting to constitute a truce between the two squads … an “Uce Truce” if you will. Claiming that The Usos and The New Day were the best two teams on Team Blue, they thought it was time to bury the hatchet.

Before the historic treaty could be reached, however, they were promptly interrupted by The Hype Bros, Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin, Breezango and The Ascension, all looking for a chance to stake their claim to a SmackDown Tag Team Championship opportunity and prove they were better than the perceived best. Ask and you shall receive, as Team Blue General Manager Daniel Bryan arrived to announce they would all have the chance to be the next challengers for the titles, in a Fatal 4-Way Match…next!

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Hell In A Cell 2017 Kickoff Results and Photos

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Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin def. The Hype Bros

DETROIT — They don’t get hype, but they probably should have. The Hype Bros’ recent miscommunication curse continued at WWE Hell in a Cell Kickoff, allowing Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin to claim an enormous win over the embattled broskis.

Zack Ryder & Mojo Rawley started the bout on a strong note by isolating Gable from the veteran Benjamin. However, in contrast to Rawley’s aggressive approach, Ryder seemed to relish the friendly competition, sharing a handshake with Gable and going move-for-move with Benjamin before The Gold Standard administered a rude awakening in the form of a punishing spinebuster after The Ultimate Broski went for another handshake.

Now it was Ryder’s turn to suffer an isolation-based attack, though Mojo nearly got the bros back on track singlehandedly once he got the tag. The reigning Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal winner weathered the tandem offense and bailed Ryder out of a pinfall after The Gold Standard hit him with Paydirt when a Hype Ryder went awry. Gable & Shelton was one more step in sync than their foes, though. Gable dumped Mojo out of the ring right after that aforementioned Paydirt, and the two grapplers administered another incredible double-team maneuver to put Ryder away.

So The Hype Bros’ chemistry continues to falter, while Gable & Benjamin’s seems to just be hitting its stride. To borrow Gable’s own words: It looks good on them.