The Usos have been tearing it through WWE’s tag team division ever since they aligned themselves with Roman Reigns. The trifecta, known as The Bloodline, has mowed through opponents after opponents.
The real life brothers recently set a new record as the longest-reigning SmackDown Tag Team Champions at 188 days (as of Jan. 22). The previous lengthiest reign for the titles was at 182 days (also held by them).
Their current reign began at Money In The Bank (MITB) 2021 when the duo defeated the father-son team of Rey Mysterio and Dominik for the titles at the PPV’s kickoff show.
As for their Bloodline stablemate, Roman Reigns is currently riding the wave of success. The Tribal Chief hasn’t lost the title in nearly two years, holding onto it for the last 509 days.
Reigns is set to defend his title against former Shield stablemate Seth “Freakin” Rollins at the upcoming Royal Rumble PPV. The two have crossed paths numerous times. We’ll have to see who comes out the winner next Sunday.
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