The Dudley Boyz are WWE Hall Of Famers, but if you ask D-Von he never wanted to be in a tag team in the first place. WWE has many tag teams in the history of the company that didn’t last. The Usos have been together since birth. The Bloodline members paid tribute to another tag team that lasted decades during WWE Day 1.
The Usos have competed in some of the most iconic matches in the company’s history. The Usos and the New Day went to war in the next chapter of their legendary rivalry at WWE’s first premium live event of 2022. The Usos ultimately retained their SmackDown Tag Team Championship.
After pinning Kofi Kingston with the Dudley Boyz’ signature 3-D finishing move, dubbed 1D for ‘One & Done,’ The Usos bagged their victory. In the 1990s, Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley made the move famous. Both WWE Hall of Famers reacted to the Usos doing their signature finish on Twitter.
D-Von Dudley, who’s currently a backstage WWE producer, was the first to tweet.
Fantastic match between the Usos and the new day!!! Great way to end the match with a 3-D fantastic job boys …. Oh testify!!!!!
Bubba (Bully) Ray weighed in later in the show with his tweet.
Dear @WWEUsos Nothin but xoxo, Bubba #WWEDayOne@BustedOpenRadio
Following the show, the Usos took to Twitter to thank the Dudleys for their support.
Best Tag team finisher in the business.…thanks for he blessings uce. @TestifyDVon @bullyray5150
New Day and The Usos always provide incredible matches. A rivalry that will definitely go down in history. The Usos have been fighting for six years, and each match continues to improve. Despite the fact that the year has only just begun, that has to be a candidate for match of the year.
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