One of the most popular tag teams on the current WWE roster will be making their long-awaited return to the ring in the near future.
As reported by What Culture, PWInsider have revealed the news that the Usos are on their way back, with the pair having been training hard in the Performance Center ahead of their welcome return.
The duo has been out of action for some six months now, after Jey Uso suffered a serious shoulder injury earlier in the year.
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WWE's Tag Team division has improved in recent months following the incredible return The Dudley Boyz made during an edition of Monday Night Raw near the end of August.
The famous pairing's ongoing feud with The New Day, however, appears to have gone on a little too long, with their matches seemingly becoming repetitive despite the talent on offer from both sides.
It has been said that WWE is also aware of what direction they will take The Usos in, with them expected to be the new duo to challenge the current Tag Team Champions, The New Day.
The New Day retained their titles at WWE's Hell In A Cell pay-per-view event this past Sunday night, but both The Usos and the company will be hopeful that Jimmy and Jey will be on the Survivor Series card next month.
Not only are The Usos hugely popular with WWE fans, they hold incredible in-ring ability which certain other tag teams simply do not have in comparison.
In addition, The Usos are incredible characters both individually as well as together, meaning they will undoubtedly complete the puzzle for what has been an improving Tag Team division.
Although nothing has yet been confirmed, it would make sense that the reason The Dudley Boyz have been unable to overcome The New Day for so long is to enable The Usos to have a solid chance at winning the Tag Team Titles.
With this in mind, WWE will have plenty of options as to where to go with these three strong teams, let alone the less prominent duos within this division which they also have to fall back on.
Ultimately, WWE's Tag Team division is one which has been criticized in a similar way to the Divas' for not being of the same standard as it was ten or so years ago.
The reality is, however, that WWE must make the most of the vast array of talent they have on offer at the moment, as opposed to relying on legends from the past.
As a result, the current Tag Team division will no doubt prove to be more of a success following The Usos' return, which in turn gives members of the WWE Universe several things to look forward to regarding this area of the company, for some time to come.