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Would WWE benefit from The Usos turning on each other?

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It's probably one of the most sure fire things about WWE, if you're a tag team - you're eventually going to split up. If you're a face - you will turn heel and vice versa and if you are siblings - you will turn on each other at some point.

Years of family feud's have shown us this, current tag team Champions Goldust and Stardust were brothers divided only a few years ago, but now they have settled their differences and are going strong as a tag team once again.

Other historical examples include Matt and Jeff Hardy, once of the best tag teams in WWE history before the two brothers went solo. Jeff finally won the WWE Championship but Matt turned against him before setting fire to his house and killing his dog in the process.

This rivalry led to a massive match at Wrestlemania 25 that was one of the biggest pulls of the year on the grandest stage of them all.

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Hardy Boys feud a perfect example

Other historical examples include Matt and Jeff Hardy, once of the best tag teams in WWE history before the two brothers went solo. Jeff finally won the WWE Championship but Matt turned against him before setting fire to his house and killing his dog in the process. This rivalry led to a massive match at Wrestlemania 25 that was one of the biggest pulls of the year on the grandest stage of them all. 

Right now WWE currently has a sibling storyline going on as The Bellas fight it out to see which one of them is the best. Nikki is angry at Brie for not being there her entire life and Brie is just getting angrier with Nikki each passing week, this should all come to a head at next Sunday's Hell in a Cell.

The Usos are ready for big push

But could Jey and Jimmy be the next pair of siblings that WWE want to divide? The former tag team champs haven't had as much air time lately and just before they dropped the titles to Gold and Stardust it seemed they had taken their foot off the accelerator with the brothers somewhat, could this be a hint at their future?

Everyone knows best friends have the best kind of wrestling matches because they know each other so well, Shawn Michaels and Triple H, we are about to see Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose and what would be better than two Samoan Brothers against each other?

Jimmy and Jey are probably the best at what they do in WWE right now, their high flying and innovative offence is so unique to them that no one else tries to copy any of it. But if they were to use it against one another, would it be just as effective or would the two of them fight to a draw?

The question will rise at some point as to who the best twin is, and even though there is no friction between them right now, it doesn't mean WWE can't create some from out of nowhere. But the real question remains, are the Usos better together, or apart?

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