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WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day def. The Usos and The Lucha Dragons in a Triple Threat Ladder Match

WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day def. The Usos and The Lucha Dragons in a Triple Threat Ladder Match

BOSTON — Despite facing strong competition in the form of WWE’s most aerially proficient tandems, The Usos and The Lucha Dragons, The New Day managed to retain their WWE Tag Team Championships at WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs.

As Xavier Woods joined the WWE TLC broadcast team (and at one point taunted the challengers with a grating trombone serenade), it was Big E & Kofi Kingston who defended their twin titles in a steel-bending bout that saw all six competitors sacrifice their bodies for the tag team division’s supreme prize. The turning point of this incredible high-flying duel came when Kalisto astoundingly hit Jey Uso with Salida del Sol from atop one of the ladders, sending both competitors crashing through yet another ladder on the canvas in a wince-inducing collision.

View photos of the carnage

Moments later, the battle-weary Kalisto was again inches away from the dangling titles, but Woods — sensing the New Day’s lengthy title reign was in danger — hurled his precious trombone at the masked Superstar, who was then knocked off the ladder by the opportunistic Kingston. With the bout’s other competitors reeling at ringside amid bent steel, The Dreadlocked Dynamo scaled the heights and unclasped the titles to steal the win for The New Day.

Imbued with the “magical” ability to extend their championship reign regardless of the circumstances, WWE’s resident unicorns galloped out of Boston’s TD Garden with their horns held high in triumph, but both The Lucha Dragons and The Usos undoubtedly proved themselves worthy of another WWE Tag Team Championship opportunity in the near future. Will we soon witness the ascent of The Lucha Dragons, or The Usos’ third run with the illustrious titles? Regardless, after one of WWE TLC’s most awe-inspiring contests, all eyes are on WWE’s increasingly competitive tag team division. 

WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day def. The Usos and The Lucha Dragons in a Triple Threat Ladder Match

BOSTON — Despite facing strong competition in the form of WWE’s most aerially proficient tandems, The Usos and The Lucha Dragons, The New Day managed to retain their WWE Tag Team Championships at WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs.

As Xavier Woods joined the WWE TLC broadcast team (and at one point taunted the challengers with a grating trombone serenade), it was Big E & Kofi Kingston who defended their twin titles in a steel-bending bout that saw all six competitors sacrifice their bodies for the tag team division’s supreme prize. The turning point of this incredible high-flying duel came when Kalisto astoundingly hit Jey Uso with Salida del Sol from atop one of the ladders, sending both competitors crashing through yet another ladder on the canvas in a wince-inducing collision.

View photos of the carnage

Moments later, the battle-weary Kalisto was again inches away from the dangling titles, but Woods — sensing the New Day’s lengthy title reign was in danger — hurled his precious trombone at the masked Superstar, who was then knocked off the ladder by the opportunistic Kingston. With the bout’s other competitors reeling at ringside amid bent steel, The Dreadlocked Dynamo scaled the heights and unclasped the titles to steal the win for The New Day.

Imbued with the “magical” ability to extend their championship reign regardless of the circumstances, WWE’s resident unicorns galloped out of Boston’s TD Garden with their horns held high in triumph, but both The Lucha Dragons and The Usos undoubtedly proved themselves worthy of another WWE Tag Team Championship opportunity in the near future. Will we soon witness the ascent of The Lucha Dragons, or The Usos’ third run with the illustrious titles? Regardless, after one of WWE TLC’s most awe-inspiring contests, all eyes are on WWE’s increasingly competitive tag team division.