A huge Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship match has been announced for Money In The Bank on July 2nd.
The Usos became the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions on May 20th defeating Raw Tag Team Champions RK-Bro. After earning the win, via a helping hand from Roman Reigns, the trio laid into Randy Orton and Riddle, leaving both laying.
While Riddle has been on a mission to avenge his bro in recent weeks alongside Shinsuke Nakamura, Orton hasn’t been seen on WWE television since.
After defeating Riddle and Nakamura on the June 3rd edition of SmackDown, The Usos’ next challengers have been revealed. The huge match will see the Street Profits look to claim tag team gold for the first time since January 2021. The announcement from WWE came after Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins defeated the champions on a recent episode of Raw.
“For Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos, the view from the top has never looked sweeter. If you ask them, there isn’t a team in WWE who can beat them.
Cue The Street Profits, who proved them wrong by defeating The Usos in a Championship Contender’s Match on the June 6 edition of Raw to set up this high-stakes tandem showdown.
At WWE Money in the Bank, The Street Profits will finally get to challenge for the Undisputed Tag Team Championships and hope to knock down The Usos a peg or two in the process.
The Usos have been on an absolute tear since becoming champions, overcoming the best that SmackDown has to offer in recent weeks, including a close battle with Shinsuke Nakamura and Riddle.
The Usos have had their mettle tested, however, with a strong showing by Riddle nearly costing them the gold. Were it not for the “Honorary Uce” Sami Zayn, The Usos might have suffered a different result.
With not only the wily Zayn lurking in the background, The Street Profits will also have to be on the lookout for Special Counsel Paul Heyman and The Head of the Table himself, Roman Reigns.”
Outside of the two Money In The Bank Ladder Matches, only two other bouts have so far been confirmed for the show. Bianca Belair is set to defend her Raw Women’s Championship against Rhea Ripley, while Ronda Rousey defends the SmackDown Women’s crown against Natalya.