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World Tag Team Titles change hands twice in South Africa
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- Raw had new World Tag Team Champions ... for a little while, anyway.
During WWE's tour in South Africa, Paul London & Brian Kendrick defeated Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch for the gold at the tour's first stop in Cape Town.
Unfortunately, the title reign didn't last very long for the high-flying duo. On the final night of the tour in Johannesburg, the Redneck Wrecking Crew emerged victorious in a rematch and reclaimed titles.
With the tease of holding their first championship since joining Raw last June, London & Kendrick now know that the current champions are vulnerable and have told WWE.com that's even more motivation for the match at Unforgiven. They also said that their victory proves that being undersized doesn't necessarily mean that they're overmatched.
Will this scare serve as a wake-up call for Cade & Murdoch when they take on London & Kendrick next Sunday at Unforgiven? Or have the former WWE Tag Team Champions found Cade & Murdoch's Achilles' heel that will give the World Tag Team Championship a new home?