Jimmy Uso has seen a huge resurgence in his career in WWE as part of The Bloodline. After betraying his brother Jey Uso at SummerSlam, Uso has displayed a different side to his character and still keeps following Roman Reigns. He had a major streak going into Smackdown last night but it seems his streak was ended after losing his scheduled match.

Ringside News has comprehensive coverage of the December 8th edition of WWE SmackDown. It was full of solid matches and memorable storylines progressed throughout the show.

The main event of SmackDown saw Randy Orton and LA Knight team up to face Solo Sikoa and Jimmy Uso in tag team action. Orton ended the match with a vicious RKO on Jimmy Uso, securing the victory for his team.

The WWE Stats Twitter account noted before SmackDown that Jimmy Uso was just 1 of six stars who competed in three or more Tribute to the Troops matches and won all of them. He had the chance to join Roman Reigns with a 4-0 record on SmackDown. However, as established above, Jimmy Uso lost the match and his streak ended.


The Usos and Rey Mysterio defeated The Shield in 2013. In 2014, The Usos beat Stardust and Goldust before they teamed with Dean Ambrose, Kane, Reigns, The Dudley Boyz, and Ryback to beat League of Nations and the Wyatt Family in a sixteen-man tag team match in 2015. The 2017 event featured The Usos teaming with The New Day to beat Rusev Day, Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin. Regardless, what’s done is done and Jimmy Uso will have ot live with his streak ending for good.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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