The Usos Make WWE History

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Like their cousin Roman Reigns, Jimmy and Jey Uso continue to surpass milestone after another. They have taken on all comers and have come out on top.

But unlike Roman, who still has some ways to go if he wants to break all WWE world title records, The Usos have already reached the top of the mountain in the company’s men’s tag team division.

According to a report by Fightful, the Usos have become the first men’s tag team in WWE history to reach 600 days in length. And with no tag team title defenses scheduled between now and WrestleMania 39, that number is only going to get bigger.

The Usos have been SmackDown Tag Team Champions since Money In The Bank 2021 and then captured the RAW Tag Team Championships on the May 20, 2022 edition of SmackDown.

Since winning the belts, Jimmy and Jey Uso have had 21 successful title defenses, with their most recent being against Braun Strowman and Ricochet on the February 10, 2023 edition of SmackDown.

There is only one tag title reign in WWE history longer than that of The Usos

It’s worth noting that while this is the longest men’s tag title reign in modern WWE history, it isn’t the longest tag championship reign of any kind.

During the 1980s, the then-WWF had a set of titles called the WWF Women’s Tag Team Championships (these titles do not share any lineage with the current women’s tag belts).

And the longest reign in those titles’ existence was the 906-day reign of The Glamour Girls, Judy Martin and Leilani Kai, which went from August 1, 1985 to January 24, 1988.

If Jimmy and Jey wish to reach this record, then not only would they have to retain their titles against Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn (who are their rumored opponents, though unconfirmed as of this writing), but they would also have to hold the belts until early January 2024.