Jimmy and Jey Uso are one of the best tag teams in WWE and very well could be one of the greatest of all time when all is said and done. There will always be people who disagree, but right now they’re enjoying a good run welcoming people to the Uso Penitentiary.
Road Warrior Animal recently unloaded a little bit about what he thinks about the tag team scene in WWE. He also spent some time talking about what he would do with The Usos. In his opinion, they’re better off as just being Samoan.

“I don’t know. Listen, it’s so hard. Just like you can’t re-do The Funks and you can’t re-do someone like The Bushwackers and The Road Warriors were veered as the best team of all time, so I don’t know if there’s anybody that’s going to be able to follow in the footsteps of The Road Warriors.”
“There’s a lot of great tag teams out there, but there’s always – there’s not two bigger guys – there’s always one little guy, one guy out of shape, or one short guy, or one tall guy – and even the tag teams today, they’re trying. I see the WWE is trying to make the tag team division better, but it’s still,”
“if you ask the fan, it still kinda stinks. I love The Usos, but The Uso Penitentiary – what’s that? You’re Samoan. Be a Samoan! Now they’re acting like guys from the hood and I love The Usos and I love the Samoans.”
“I’m here tonight on the card with Jacob Fatu, the Tonga Kid’s son. I see Kishi all the time and his sons are doing great and they stay within their Samoan heritage, which I love because there’s a great lineage there 3,4,5 generations deep all the way from Peter Maivia. I just like it when the Samoan boys stay Samoan.”

Animal might not be a fan of The Usos current gimmick, but they could walk out of WWE TLC as the SmackDown Tag Team Champions once again. Maybe Animal will be able to warm up to the idea eventually, but at this point, Jimmy and Jey have proven that they don’t really have to play by anyone’s idea of what they should be.

Thanks to WrestleZone for the transcritpion

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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