Here’s what happened with Roman Reigns & The Usos after Monday’s (April 11) edition of WWE Raw went off the air.
In the final moments of the show, The Usos defeated the Street Profits, before superkicking RK-Bro and posing with both the Raw and SmackDown Tag Team Championships.
After the cameras stopped rolling, The Usos had another match, this time teaming with WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns to take on Drew McIntyre, Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods.
The Bloodline ultimately lost the dark match after McIntyre dropped Reigns with a Claymore, before hitting a second on Jey Uso for the victory.
You can watch the final sequence of the bout below:
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There has reportedly been some backstage confusion surrounding Roman Reigns’ injury status, following reports that he was legitimately hurt during the main event of WrestleMania 38. You can read more on this right here.
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