Date and location

Sunday, Jul 14 | 7 PMET/4 PMPT

Wells Fargo Center
Philadelphia, PA

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Sunday, Jul 14 | 7 PMET/4 PMPT

Raw Tag Team Champions The Revival def. The Usos

Raw Tag Team Champions The Revival def. The Usos

PHILADELPHIA — Seven-time will have to wait for The Usos. Jimmy & Jey were brutally rebuffed by the Raw Tag Team Champions, who put on a classic-style clinic to deny their longtime rivals a seventh reign with tag team gold.

If there was any type of Superstar that could conceivably thwart Dash & Dawson’s throwback style of competition, it was The Usos, who are just as likely to administer a barrage of superkicks and suicide dives as they are wristlocks and punches. Indeed, the match began as a battle of old school vs. new school, with Dash & Dawson using every trick in the storied tag team books — they pulled moves from Demolition and Power and Glory, while also using the ref to their advantage in the wheelin’-dealin’ style of The Four Horsemen when they distracted him from an Uso tag.

The Usos take out The Revival with incredible leap: WWE Extreme Rules 2019 (WWE Network Exclusive)

The Usos throw caution to the wind with a double dive over the top rope at WWE Extreme Rules. Courtesy of WWE Network.

The Usos, meanwhile, simply brawled their way out of the hole, countering each of Dash & Dawson’s carefully-planned maneuvers with the freewheeling, high-flying style that made them six-time Tag Team Champions. It seemed that would be enough, as they had the champs lined up for a double-suicide dive … but Scott Dawson yanked Jey Uso out of the ring by his ankles, and legal man Dash Wilder went to work, planting Jimmy with a step-up tornado DDT and rope-a-doping his way into position for a Shatter Machine from the “Top Guys” that ended the match and kept their reign alive.

The Usos will leave Philadelphia licking their wounds and taking consolation where they can find it: Nobody watching this match could deny that they’re as good as they say they are. The same, of course, goes for The Revival, who compare themselves to the greats and back it up in the most important way possible: They just keep winning.

PHILADELPHIA — Seven-time will have to wait for The Usos. Jimmy & Jey were brutally rebuffed by the Raw Tag Team Champions, who put on a classic-style clinic to deny their longtime rivals a seventh reign with tag team gold.

If there was any type of Superstar that could conceivably thwart Dash & Dawson’s throwback style of competition, it was The Usos, who are just as likely to administer a barrage of superkicks and suicide dives as they are wristlocks and punches. Indeed, the match began as a battle of old school vs. new school, with Dash & Dawson using every trick in the storied tag team books — they pulled moves from Demolition and Power and Glory, while also using the ref to their advantage in the wheelin’-dealin’ style of The Four Horsemen when they distracted him from an Uso tag.

The Usos take out The Revival with incredible leap: WWE Extreme Rules 2019 (WWE Network Exclusive)

The Usos throw caution to the wind with a double dive over the top rope at WWE Extreme Rules. Courtesy of WWE Network.

The Usos, meanwhile, simply brawled their way out of the hole, countering each of Dash & Dawson’s carefully-planned maneuvers with the freewheeling, high-flying style that made them six-time Tag Team Champions. It seemed that would be enough, as they had the champs lined up for a double-suicide dive … but Scott Dawson yanked Jey Uso out of the ring by his ankles, and legal man Dash Wilder went to work, planting Jimmy with a step-up tornado DDT and rope-a-doping his way into position for a Shatter Machine from the “Top Guys” that ended the match and kept their reign alive.

The Usos will leave Philadelphia licking their wounds and taking consolation where they can find it: Nobody watching this match could deny that they’re as good as they say they are. The same, of course, goes for The Revival, who compare themselves to the greats and back it up in the most important way possible: They just keep winning.