WWE: The Usos return on Raw, exciting plans in store

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Monday Night Raw was last night and were treated to a pretty good episode, all in all.

The main event of the show saw Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins captain two teams in a Survivor Series-style five-on-five elimination match. 

Exciting Return

The shock of the night came when Jimmy and Jey Uso were revealed to be a part of Team Reigns, siding with their cousin, and making their return to the WWE as a tag-team after months on the sidelines. 


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Jey Uso suffered a shoulder injury in the run up to WrestleMania 31 earlier this year and has been out ever since - around seven months - after having surgery following the biggest pay-per-view of the year.

The duo managed to eliminate Xavier Woods as soon as the match started and followed it up by also eliminating Kofi Kingston, before Jey was pinned by Big E and Jimmy went out at the hands of WWE Intercontinental champion Kevin Owens.

Still, this felt like a big return for the babyfaces who got a big pop when they emerged onto the stage. And the two showed no sign of ring rust as they looked impressive inside the squared circle.

Feuding with New Day

The Usos will naturally feud with the New Day for their tag team title now and it is well needed for the WWE Universe, who had to suffer through the return of the old, fat and completely boring Dudley Boyz for the last few months.

Considering how over The Usos are as faces, and the fact that they sell a considerable amount of merchandise, you can expect them to win back the belts in the very near future.

Their matches  and program with The New Day should be fun, and there could be a few title switches before all is said and done with the feud. Hopefully, it ends with the New Day moving onto some singles action and claiming WWE gold in the near future.


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