The Usos are currently the undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions, but that doesn’t mean the two pairs of belts they hold are inseparable. According to Wrestling Observer NewsletterTriple H has a plan to ensure that WWE will have two different sets of tag titles for the men’s division.
The unification of the “WWE SmackDown” and “WWE Raw” Tag Team Championships was initially the idea, but Triple H recently decided to treat them as separate entities. Doing so would allow the Usos to retain one title after losing the other. The reported hope is that the separation of the “Raw” and “SmackDown” titles will allow the Usos to lose while defending them.
It was back May 20, 2022 episode of “SmackDown” when The Usos defeated RK-Bro To unify the “Raw” and “SmackDown” tag titles in a “Winner Take All” match. Jimmy and Jey held the “SmackDown” Championship from July 18, 2021, defeating Dominic and Rey Mysterio money in the bank Their current reign is the longest WWE Tag Team Championship reign in company history. Along with their “Tribal Chief” Roman Reigns, The Usos’ dominance helped solidify The Bloodlines as WWE’s main tag team, with victories over The New Day, The Street Profits, Heat Row and more while making their history. Reigns will now battle for the “Raw” strap against the soon-to-be champs Judgment Day