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WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day def. Enzo Amore & Big Cass, Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson and The Vaudevillains

WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day def. Enzo Amore & Big Cass, Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson and The Vaudevillains

LAS VEGAS — Booty-O’s might not be served at most Las Vegas hot spots quite yet (give it time, folks), but The New Day nevertheless ran rampant in Sin City at WWE Money in the Bank, where Kofi Kingston & Big E overcame Enzo Amore & Big Cass, Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson and The Vaudevillains to retain the WWE Tag Team Championship.

Even though the defending champions wrote off their nemeses prior to the match — calling Enzo & Cass “a broke-down Han Solo and a hairless Chewbacca,” dubbing Aiden English & Simon Gotch “Monopoly Men,” and vowing to send Gallows & Anderson back to Japan — The New Day nevertheless faced perilous odds in this Sin City showdown. After spending the night with Lady Luck, Amore nearly earned a pinfall when he and Big Cass nailed Anderson with the Rocket Launcher, but the chaotic, no-disqualification nature of the bout allowed Gallows to save his running buddy from the outside. Moments later, The Vaudevillains nearly took The New Days’ titles to a “bygone era” by hitting Kingston with the Whirling Dervish, but the count was broken by the intervening Gallows.

Ultimately, Gallows & Anderson nearly attained their first championship in WWE when they brutalized English with the Magic Killer, but Big E prevented the pin, hoisted Anderson over his shoulder and hinted at a Big Ending. After Big Cass took out Gallows with a big boot, Kingston & Big E sealed the victory when they put Anderson down with a Midnight Hour to score the pinfall.

WWE Network: WWE Tag Team Title Fatal 4-Way Match: WWE Money in the Bank 2016

The greatest WWE Money in the Bank in history began with a fight for the WWE Tag Team Titles, featuring The New Day vs. Enzo & Cass vs. The Vaudevillains vs. Gallows & Anderson: Courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.

The hard-fought victory on day 301 of The New Day’s WWE Tag Team Title reign brought the fighting champions within striking distance of the 331-day record currently held by Brian Kendrick & Paul London. Their potentially historic reign began with a Fatal 4-Way Match victory at SummerSlam 2015, and under the same stipulation, The New Day proved they can not only hang with The New Era’s most competitive tag teams, but stand above them as well.

However, it’s doubtful that The New Day’s unsuccessful challengers will relent in their pursuit of tandem glory in WWE. But for now, WWE’s resident unicorns can continue to hold their horns and their titles high. 

LAS VEGAS — Booty-O’s might not be served at most Las Vegas hot spots quite yet (give it time, folks), but The New Day nevertheless ran rampant in Sin City at WWE Money in the Bank, where Kofi Kingston & Big E overcame Enzo Amore & Big Cass, Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson and The Vaudevillains to retain the WWE Tag Team Championship.

Even though the defending champions wrote off their nemeses prior to the match — calling Enzo & Cass “a broke-down Han Solo and a hairless Chewbacca,” dubbing Aiden English & Simon Gotch “Monopoly Men,” and vowing to send Gallows & Anderson back to Japan — The New Day nevertheless faced perilous odds in this Sin City showdown. After spending the night with Lady Luck, Amore nearly earned a pinfall when he and Big Cass nailed Anderson with the Rocket Launcher, but the chaotic, no-disqualification nature of the bout allowed Gallows to save his running buddy from the outside. Moments later, The Vaudevillains nearly took The New Days’ titles to a “bygone era” by hitting Kingston with the Whirling Dervish, but the count was broken by the intervening Gallows.

Ultimately, Gallows & Anderson nearly attained their first championship in WWE when they brutalized English with the Magic Killer, but Big E prevented the pin, hoisted Anderson over his shoulder and hinted at a Big Ending. After Big Cass took out Gallows with a big boot, Kingston & Big E sealed the victory when they put Anderson down with a Midnight Hour to score the pinfall.

WWE Network: WWE Tag Team Title Fatal 4-Way Match: WWE Money in the Bank 2016

The greatest WWE Money in the Bank in history began with a fight for the WWE Tag Team Titles, featuring The New Day vs. Enzo & Cass vs. The Vaudevillains vs. Gallows & Anderson: Courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.

The hard-fought victory on day 301 of The New Day’s WWE Tag Team Title reign brought the fighting champions within striking distance of the 331-day record currently held by Brian Kendrick & Paul London. Their potentially historic reign began with a Fatal 4-Way Match victory at SummerSlam 2015, and under the same stipulation, The New Day proved they can not only hang with The New Era’s most competitive tag teams, but stand above them as well.

However, it’s doubtful that The New Day’s unsuccessful challengers will relent in their pursuit of tandem glory in WWE. But for now, WWE’s resident unicorns can continue to hold their horns and their titles high.