The Usos Brother Broke WWE Huge Record! Impressive.

One of the most important stable currently in circulation on the WWE rings, if not the most important of all, is certainly the Bloodline, a team formed by the undisputed WWE and Universal champion of both Raw and Smackdown roster, Roman Reigns, the cousins, The Usos, couple champions of Friday Night Smackdown and Monday Night Raw and their personal manager/advisor, Paul Heyman.

After months of internal wrangling, when Reigns was still in the beginnings of his formidable reign under the title of Universal Champion, the Usos decided to join their elder cousin, who had taken power within the family and the entire WWE, after his turn heel, proclaiming himself Tribal Chief, also defeating both cousins.

After more than 700 days of reign titled with the title of Smackdown and after also beating the Beast of the company in that of WrestleMania 38, Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns is continuing to go far and wide in the rings of the company, not finding until now no one who can endanger his kingdoms, with the cousins ​​who, on the other hand, have also become champions of the red show for a few months, beating the RK-Bro formed by Randy Orton and Riddle.

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In the last few hours, WWE has wanted to communicate to all its fans of the WWE Universe, how the cousins of the Tribal Chief of Smackdown have brought their kingdom to trespass in the second year, with the victory now just over 365 days ago, that is one of the greatest records ever in WWE.

Obviously, we are talking about the Smackdown Tag Team titles, with the blue roster belts that therefore mark the cue of the 365-day record with The Usos, a record still never reached by anyone with these two belts on the hips.

In fact, we remember how the two cousins of the WWE and Universal champion defeated the Mysterios, to become champions on July 18, 2021, at Money in the Bank, exactly 366 days ago (at the time of writing). How long will their two kingdoms last? Will someone be able to separate them or will the Usos lose both of their belts together? And above all, who will succeed? Solo Sikoa says he was originally pitched to work alongside The Usos on the main roster.

“At the end of the day, it’s so easy to go back and say I’m [The Uso] brother, I’m their family. At the end of the day, it’s like, I don’t want to be referred to as “their brother”, “their cousin”; I want people to recognize me for me.”

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