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WWE Seemingly Spoils Outcome Of Major Title Match

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WWE appear to have inadvertently spoiled the outcome of a much-hyped, high-profile title match.

On the May 20th episode of Friday Night SmackDown fans will finally get to see the huge Tag Team Unification Match between The Usos and RK-Bro.

The two teams have been on a collision course since the SmackDown after WrestleMania 38 when Roman Reigns dispatched his cousins to Monday Night Raw to claim the Raw Tag Team Titles to go with their SmackDown gold.

This led to the challenge being made, and later accepted for WrestleMania Backlash. However, the match was later changed to include Undisputed Universal Champion Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre. At the event, Reigns pinned Riddle to claim the win for The Bloodline.

After the match many fans believed that the Tag Team Title Unification bout was now off the table but that all changed on May 13th, when the match was made for the following week.

With fans divided over who will walk away with all of the gold, WWE appear to have given the game away with an unfortunate post on social media. WWE’ official United Kingdom page an Facebook shared a photo of the The Usos holding both Tag Team Championship’s with the caption, “Who can stop them?”

The post was quickly deleted.

WWE appear to have inadvertently spoiled the outcome of a much-hyped, high-profile title match.

The Usos recently surpassed 300 days as SmackDown Tag Team Champions, becoming the first team to reach the milestone.

The previous SmackDown Tag Team Title record stood at 182 days and was set in late 2017 and into 2018. On that occasion, The Usos won the gold from The New Day (Big E & Xavier Woods) at Hell in a Cell, before finally losing out to The Bludgeon Brothers at WrestleMania 34 in a Triple Threat match also featuring the New Day.

The Usos current reign began at Money In The Bank on July 18th 2021, when they defeated Rey and Domink Mysterio.

UPDATE the post has since been re-uploaded, hinting that WWE might just be having a little fun at fans’ expense.