The Real Americans have been on a tour of America and some very inspiring pictures have been released on wwe.com from it.
It was a tour unlike any that had ever been done before as Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter not only went around the country, but they went through history.
The pictures present not only an interesting but a very weird take on the most iconic moments in the history of the United States of America.
Placing the real Americans in scenes such as the American civl war and even sandwiching them between George Washington and Abe Lincoln on Mount Rushmore.
Swagger and Colter tour America
By far the funniest photograph in the gallery is the one which places Swagger as the icon of America, Uncle Sam in the infamous army recruitment posters.
Having seen the way that Swagger has rallied the Real Americans in recent weeks during his rivalry with Rusev, who could argue with him as their leader?
Away from the poster and the mountain testament to the dynamic duo, they were then placed into some of the most historic moments in American history.
They joined George Washington as he crossed the Delaware whilst giving one of the most iconic poses in history.
They are pictured amongst the soldiers who fought bravely for the North in the American Civil War and are seen with smiles on their faces.
If the WWE are to be believed, the Real Americans were around in the old west and were even a part of the wild frontier.
The Real Americans stood tall in the American revolution and were even pictured in the famous painting of the Spirit of '76.
The American tour has its next destination
They have been through history and been all around the country but now the Real Americans have just one simple destination left.
Los Angeles, the site for this year's Summer Slam where Swagger will defend the American flag when he takes on Rusev in a flag match.
It will be the second showdown between the two powerhouses after Rusev emerged victorious in the first at the Battleground Pay-Per-View.
Rusev is still unbeaten in the WWE and the match at Summer Slam on Sunday will be his biggest test yet.