SAnitY finally debuted on SmackDown Live this week and it was a long time coming. Eric Young, Alexander Wolfe, and Killian Dane looked great as they had a match against The Usos but the encounter didn’t actually turn into a match.

Instead of wrestling a match, SAnity just decided to perform a beatdown and leave the Usos laying. But as Dave Meltzer said on Wrestling Observer Radio, it looks like The Usos and SAnitY are far from over.

“They debuted SAnitY so they’re going to be in a program with The Usos it looks like. No Nikki though.”

While it’s rather sad that Nikki Cross didn’t get a call-up with Young, Wolfe, and Dane it’s not impossible to think it could be coming down the line. Only time will tell how they book this amazing team but their time is already starting on SmackDown Live.

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