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CHICAGO — Breezango was ready to make the biggest bust in WWE history at WWE Backlash. Unfortunately for The Fashion Police, The Usos escaped the Windy City with the SmackDown Tag Team Titles by the skin of their teeth.
Tyler Breeze’s deep undercover work looked to continue during this bout; eschewing his normal ring couture, Prince Pretty arrived to the ring in a janitor’s jumpsuit with mop in hand. Breeze was committed to his cover, using his mopping skills to evade The Usos’ grasp, only to have his faux mustache knocked off his face with a hard superkick.
Prince Pretty’s recognizance continued as he changed outfits and entered the ring as an old lady, drawing “Let’s go, Grandma!” chants from the WWE Universe. The champions, fed up with their challengers’ hijinks, clobbered Breeze into the canvas. The Fashion Police however, showed that their earning the title match was no fluke, as they battled back and nearly captured the championship on several occasions.
When The Usos tossed Breeze into the Allstate Arena crowd, Fandango came close to winning the match himself, executing a daring dive over the ropes and to the outside floor. Yet as he threw Jey Uso back into the ring and climbed the ropes, Jimmy grabbed Fandango’s leg, keeping him in perfect position for a superkick from Jey. That allowed the brothers to get the three count and survive another night as the SmackDown Tag Team Champions.