That time of the year is here. We are in for WWE Money in the Bank, to be held this Saturday in Las Vegas. With some of the incredible matches lined up for the tournament, like The Usos vs. The Street Profits, stakes are high for the champions. They will have to prove their command. One such pair (guess who) will be up in the ring that night defending their WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championship title. Yes, right. The Usos.
The Usos are scheduled to take on The Street Profits. Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford will challenge Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso. Who do you guys think will win this contest? Well, from the creative front, there can be quite a number of storyline alternatives that can give us a clearer picture of what the organization’s creative team wants in the first place.
Would they prefer The Usos defend their title and take their reign to the next level? Or would they want a change? The answer is not quite clear. But on the competitive front, we can decode each of the teams’ strengths and weaknesses to predict the winner of their MITB encounter. That’s what we are going to do?
Ever since The Usos won the championship, they have been in incredible form. They continued defeating the best tag teams SmackDown had to offer. The Usos claim that no team in the current WWE roster can defeat them. But we think The Street Profits might disprove them on Saturday night.
It would be interesting to note that The Usos were heavily tested during their close battle against Riddle and Shinsuke Nakamura. More interestingly, The Usos might have had to give up their title that day had Sami Zayn not intervened.
Here are the betting odds for the Money in the Bank encounter between The Usos and The Street Profits:
Odds of The Usos retaining their title: -300
Odds of The Street Profits winning as underdogs: +250
The Street Profits may see this as a golden chance to unseat The Usos from their throne. Even though Jey and Jimmy are among the top tag teams in the WWE Universe, their reign hasn’t really faced that kind of superior competition so far. Again, from the storyline perspective, their failure to retain their championship belts might indicate a weakness in The Bloodline’s structure. As a result, the promotion can create new plotlines with new champions emerging into the scene. Still WWE might go with their usual ways and make The Usos retain their titles.
Lakshya Chopra is an aspiring sports writer who has covered various sports in the last few years. An engineer by profession, his passion for sports has driven him closer to the media industry with each passing day. He has been working at FirstSportz for over two years and initially headed the tennis team for two full seasons. Having written almost 2500 articles for the organization, he is currently the content manager of the NFL section. From Rafael Nadal's prime to Novak Djokovic's rise to Tom Brady's magical comebacks, he has seen it all.
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