The biggest party of the summer continues to take shape as another huge match is added to the SummerSlam card.
At Money In The Bank The Usos squared off against The Street Profits with the Undisputed Tag Team Championships on the line.
After a frenetic, high-flying contest The Usos eventually retained their titles but it was far from straightforward. Roared on by a capacity crown in Las Vegas, Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford pushed the champions to the absolute limit and then some.
In fact, the former NXT stars had a strong case that they were never actually defeated at all. Replays showed that during the pin-fall that decided the fate of the gold, Montez Ford’s shoulder wasn’t on the mat.
It has now been announced that the two teams will run it back in Nashville on July 30th.
“Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos say there isn’t a team in WWE who can beat them. After a controversial finish to their recent title matchup against The Street Profits at WWE Money in the Bank, however, their status as “Undisputed” has now come into question. And that question will be settled, one way or the other, in a rematch at SummerSlam!
The Usos have been on an absolute tear since becoming champions, overcoming the best that SmackDown has to offer in their record-setting reign, including unifying the Raw and SmackDown Tag Team Championships against RK-Bro and emerging victorious in a close battle with Shinsuke Nakamura & Riddle on the blue brand.
Although Jimmy & Jey also officially retained the tag team gold against explosive former titleholders Montez Ford & Angelo Dawkins at the WWE Money in the Bank Premium Live Event, a replay showed that Ford’s shoulder was clearly off the canvas before the three-count.
At The Biggest Event of the Summer, The Street Profits will be up and looking to both knock The Usos down a peg and finally lay claim to the Undisputed Tag Team Title. Can Ford & Dawkins take back the the championship gold, or will another climb to “Mount Bloodline” knock the wind out of them once and for all?”
To date three other matches have also been confirmed for the show. Roman Reigns will put his Undisputed Universal Title on the line against Brock Lesnar in a Last Man Standing Match, Pat McAfee will meet Happy Corbin and Bobby Lashley defends his United Title against Theory.