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Article: Evening Express – WWE Stars Getting Ready To ‘Tear The House Down’ In Aberdeen

Rising wrestling hero Chad Gable today promised Aberdeen fans a show to remember when WWE returns to the city.

The world’s biggest wrestling superstars like Roman Reigns and WWE World Champion AJ Styles will take to the ring in WWE Live at the GE Oil & Gas Arena on Monday, November 7.

Gable, 30, insists he and America Alpha tag-team partner Jason Jordan aim to “tear the house down” in Aberdeen with a breathless, high energy, action-packed show.

Gable said: “No matter what match we have we are going to tear the house down to make sure people are talking about us.

“Then when the next title shot comes along people will say these guys American Alpha deserve a shot.

“It is exciting to come over and play new cities like Aberdeen where Jason and I haven’t been before and I’m sure the response will be incredible.”

WWE superstars were last in Aberdeen back in 2010.

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Smackdown Results and Photos – September 27th 2016

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The Usos & The Ascension def. Heath Slater & Rhyno & American Alpha

Last week, the question of whether Chad Gable had returned too soon from his knee injury, suffered at the hands of The Usos, was answered when Jimmy and Jey used the injury to steal the No. 1 contender spot away from American Alpha. This week, it was déjà vu.

The Usos yet again targeted the Gable’s knee, rendering the former Olympian mostly defenseless. This left Heath Slater, Rhyno and Jason Jordan to contend with the full strength Ascension and Usos by themselves.

Although American Alpha and the SmackDown Tag Team Champions fought with valor, the numbers game ultimately proved to be too much to overcome, as The Usos then targeted Slater’s knee, with Jey viciously stomping it and then Jimmy applying the Tequila Sunrise submission hold for the win via tapout.

Smackdown Results and Photos – September 20th 2016

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The Usos def. American Alpha to become No. 1 Contenders to the SmackDown Tag Team Championship

There is a long, unfortunate history of young and promising athletes dealing with injury bugs that they were never quite able to shake — Ken Griffey Jr., Greg Oden, Robert Griffin III and many more. Let’s hope the recently medically cleared Chad Gable does not fall into that same category … but there is reason to believe that maybe the New Era star came back too early from his knee injury.

American Alpha fought with valor against The Usos, but it was clear that Gable had rushed back from his Uso-caused injury that eliminated them from title contention several weeks ago. Jimmy & Jey targeted the former Olympian’s knee, essentially eliminating him from the match, and Jey was able to defeat Jordan with the Samoan Splash to have The Usos become the new No. 1 Contenders for Heath Slater & Rhyno’s SmackDown Tag Team Championship. Editors’ Choice – Who’s The Best Tag Team In WWE Today?

American Alpha (SmackDown LIVE)

There are few things more gratifying as a sports fan than to see the team on the “come up.” Whether it be Magic Johnson and the Showtime L.A. Lakers in the ‘80s, Troy Aikman and the Dallas Cowboys in the ‘90s or American Alpha slowly becoming the most popular, and dominant, team in all of WWE today. And much like Grand Amplitude, it just takes your breath away.

Everyone knows about Jason Jordan & Chad Gable’s pedigrees as athletes and performers. What is being vividly learned right now, though, is that they are not just surviving but absolutely thriving under the bright, blue lights of SmackDown LIVE.

Gable’s knee injury may have temporarily halted their ascent, but rest assured they will be back better, faster and stronger … along with another catchy three-word phrase.— RYAN PAPPOLLA

Video: American Alpha ESPN SportsCenter Gable Suffers Knee Injury, American Alpha Out Of Title Match At Backlash

Following a blindside attack from The Usos after their SmackDown Tag Team Championship Tournament Match earlier in the night, SmackDown LIVE Commissioner Shane McMahon revealed on WWE Network’s Talking Smack that American Alpha member Chad Gable’s MCL was injured and he would be out of actions for two to four weeks.

Because of Gable’s injury, he will not be able to compete at Backlash, thus eliminating American Alpha from title contention. In their place will be the winners of a match between The Usos and fellow semifinalists The Hype Bros which will also take place at Backlash.

Keep tabs on for further updates on Gable’s condition.

Smackdown Results and Photos – September 6th 2016

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American Alpha def. The Usos in the SmackDown Tag Team Championship Tournament

There is a longstanding logic in the NBA that a young team, no matter how talented, simply cannot win a championship before facing some real adversity. Keep that in mind.

American Alpha and The Usos went at it in this semifinals match of the SmackDown Tag Team Championship Tournament. Jimmy and Jey Uso were clearly looking to prove why they were the standard-bearers of the tag team division for years now, while Jason Jordan and Chad Gable were aiming to show why they were straight up ready to snatch that flag and run with it like they were the Team USA Basketball team on a fast break.

After a sudden attack by The Usos right as the bell rang, Jordan and Gable ultimately prevailed by hitting Grand Amplitude within the first minute or so of the match for the victory.

Much like the late ’80s Chicago Bulls and the mid-90s Orlando Magic, however, possible adversity struck. The Usos, typically the face-painted symbols of valor in the division, uncharacteristically (and savagely) ambushed American Alpha after the match when extending their hands for a handshake, specifically targeting Gable’s knee. The Usos held Gable in a submission hold and then connected with a Samoan Splash on his prone leg.

The attack left the former-Olympian in clear distress.