Vince McMahon growing tired of WWE duo?

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We all know Vince McMahon pretty much has the say over most things in the WWE.

If you don’t get on with the WWE chairman you probably won’t last long in the wrestling industry. And those that he likes might even be given a push beyond their talents.

Roman Reigns has been one wrestler to benefit from a good working relationship with McMahon but it seems The Usos do not share a similar situation with the WWE head honcho.


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It has been reported that McMahon is becoming somewhat tired of the duo because of an array of injuries of late.

Jey Uso has had his troubles with shoulder injuries in the past and some more problems have resulted in the duo not being on television a great deal of late.

It’s understood that McMahon wanted The Usos to help out with the Tag Team division on the new SmackDown Live but the pair were unable to meet that request.

This has apparently left McMahon frustrated and that’s something no wrestler wants.

It remains to be seen how WWE plan to use The Usos moving forward but it’s pretty clear they need a revamp of some kind.

What do you think WWE fans? How would you reignite their careers in the wrestling industry? Do you think the WWE needs to do something to freshen things up with The Usos? Let us know in the comments section below.

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