WWE: Nothing to do for the Street Profits, the Bloodline wins again and without appeal    Zona Wrestling

WWE: Nothing to do for the Street Profits, the Bloodline wins again and without appeal Zona Wrestling

WWE handled the feud between Street Profits and Usos as they seldom did for a match valid for the pairs titles. The large space reserved for the two teams on both Raw and SmackDown was crowned by the inclusion of a dedicated referee, Jeff Jarrett, who is usually assigned to the most important games on the card.

The challenge provided expected spectacle for spectators at Nissan Stadium in Nashville. A very fast match full of spectacular moves like these two teams have on their ropes. One of the first pinfall attempts comes with Jimmy and Jey Uso’s uso splash on Angelo Dawkins, who is saved only by Montez Ford’s intervention on the 2.

Shortly thereafter, the Street Profits attempt to close the game. Dawkins avoids a superkick from one of the Uso brothers, which is blocked by Jarrett, then switches to Montez Ford, who uses his proverbial dash off the stake to attempt to find the three-pointer. He fails, even with some complaints against Jeff Jarrett, who according to Montez Ford would not have counted fast enough. Unfortunately, this is the last time they come close to victory as the Uso close everything shortly after.

The Usos win by sheer cunning. They run out of the ring and deal Montez Ford’s Slip Attack, then block and get rid of him by throwing him over the crowd boards. Then Angelo Dawkins also cooperated and beat him with the 1-D. 3 count and tough win for Uso.