The longest reigning tag team champions in WWE history have officially been uncrowned as Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn defeated The Usos (Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso) to become the new Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions. This is the first tag title win for either man since joining WWE and their first as a team since 2009 in Ring of Honor. To add, this is also the first time Owens has held gold in WWE since his third United States Championship reign in 2017. For Zayn, it’s his first since holding the Intercontinental Championship at the start of 2022.
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The duo of Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn have worked hard to take down The Bloodline, as the story has gone on for nearly a year with Zayn leaving the group earlier this year at the Royal Rumble when he was fed up with the attacks of Roman Reigns and company on his “brother” Owens. When Zayn smashed Reigns in the back with a steel chair, the determination was there for “The Underdog of the Underground” to get back on the same page with his best friend to help put a stop to The Bloodline. While both Zayn and Owens were unable to defeat Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship, they knew they were better together than apart.
Now that there are new tag team champions, it’ll be interesting to see which teams are ready to step up to Owens and Zayn in the future.
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