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They use each other’s bodies as weapons against both champions and challengers.

SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos vs. The New Day ended in a No Contest

COLUMBUS, Ohio — One team has never won at WrestleMania. The other has never made a WrestleMania. And a third team isn’t about to be left behind on The Road to WrestleMania so easily.

The long-awaited, rivalry-renewing clash between The Usos and The New Day ended in indecisive fashion when The Bludgeon Brothers came calling and put a brutal end to what had been shaping up to be among the most unpredictable of the instant classics between ya boys and the Day One twins. That’s because, before Harper & Rowan hit the scene, The Usos and The New Day seemingly resorted to a game of one-upsmanship by stealing each other’s moves.

Kofi Kingston stuns Jey Uso with a splash from the top rope: WWE Fastlane 2018 (WWE Network Exclusive)

After hard-hitting offense from Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston goes to the top rope in defense of their SmackDown Tag Team Championship against The Usos: Courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.

Sporting the alignment of Xavier Woods & Kofi Kingston — the same combo who first took the titles from The Usos in 2017 — New Day pulverized The Usos with the likes of the sprinting stinkface and superkick-Frog Splash combo. The Usos answered with a Boom Drop from Jimmy Uso and a Midnight Hour to Kingston that The Dreadlocked Dynamo managed to kick out of. The champs seemed to have the upper hand when they thwarted a Double Uce attempt and took out all three New Day members with stereo dives over the top rope to the outside.

And that’s when The Bludgeon Brothers arrived. Harper & Rowan wasted no time in absolutely destroying all five Superstars in a truly monstrous manner, using each other’s bodies as weapons against both champions and challengers. It was Woods who caught the final maneuver of the onslaught — a Double Powerbomb onto the steel steps — and a medical crew quickly swarmed ringside to tend to the two tag teams, loading Woods onto a stretcher in the process. It was later reported that he apparently suffered "multiple thoracic contusions" as a result of the attack.

It bears mentioning that, because of The Bludgeon Brothers’ interference, the title match itself ended in a no contest. And a night that began as a battle for supremacy may well turn into a fight for survival.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — One team has never won at WrestleMania. The other has never made a WrestleMania. And a third team isn’t about to be left behind on The Road to WrestleMania so easily.

The long-awaited, rivalry-renewing clash between The Usos and The New Day ended in indecisive fashion when The Bludgeon Brothers came calling and put a brutal end to what had been shaping up to be among the most unpredictable of the instant classics between ya boys and the Day One twins. That’s because, before Harper & Rowan hit the scene, The Usos and The New Day seemingly resorted to a game of one-upsmanship by stealing each other’s moves.

Kofi Kingston stuns Jey Uso with a splash from the top rope: WWE Fastlane 2018 (WWE Network Exclusive)

After hard-hitting offense from Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston goes to the top rope in defense of their SmackDown Tag Team Championship against The Usos: Courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.

Sporting the alignment of Xavier Woods & Kofi Kingston — the same combo who first took the titles from The Usos in 2017 — New Day pulverized The Usos with the likes of the sprinting stinkface and superkick-Frog Splash combo. The Usos answered with a Boom Drop from Jimmy Uso and a Midnight Hour to Kingston that The Dreadlocked Dynamo managed to kick out of. The champs seemed to have the upper hand when they thwarted a Double Uce attempt and took out all three New Day members with stereo dives over the top rope to the outside.

And that’s when The Bludgeon Brothers arrived. Harper & Rowan wasted no time in absolutely destroying all five Superstars in a truly monstrous manner, using each other’s bodies as weapons against both champions and challengers. It was Woods who caught the final maneuver of the onslaught — a Double Powerbomb onto the steel steps — and a medical crew quickly swarmed ringside to tend to the two tag teams, loading Woods onto a stretcher in the process. It was later reported that he apparently suffered "multiple thoracic contusions" as a result of the attack.

It bears mentioning that, because of The Bludgeon Brothers’ interference, the title match itself ended in a no contest. And a night that began as a battle for supremacy may well turn into a fight for survival.