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WWE’s Current Plan For Tag Team Title Unification Match

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• WWE’s Current Plan For Tag Team Title Unification Match

RAW Tag Team Champions RK-BRO (Randy Orton & Riddle) and SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos (Jimmy & Jey Uso) were originally scheduled to compete in a Title Unification Match at WrestleMania Backlash.

However, that didn’t happen and the match got turned into a 6-man tag team match.

On last night’s RAW, Riddle & Orton made it clear that they still want the Title Unification match and they will go to SmackDown on Friday to demand it from Jimmy & Jey.

According to the Wrestling Observer, WWE will do this match, but there are no plans to actually unify the Tag Titles at the moment:

“So, this is what I was told on this. They are going to do the match, but as of right now, and I was also told this can change, but, they are not planning on actually unifying the Titles. But, they are planning on doing the match.

So, I don’t know if that means another run-in DQ. They obviously can always change their mind, but they are right now planning on doing the match. I’m presuming it’s going to be the next pay-per-view.”

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• Old School Wrestling Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW/WWF/WWE Legend ‘Sir’ William Regal (Real name: Darren Matthews) celebrates his 54th birthday today.

Those of you who watched WCW at some point between 1992 and 1999, will certainly remember him as ‘Lord’ Steven Regal.

In between, Regal had a brief stint in the World Wrestling Federation in 1998, where he was presented as “Real Man’s Man” Steven Regal, but when he returned to the WWF in 2000 they changed his name to William Regal, because they thought the first name “Steven” sounded too similar to Steve Austin’s name.

Him getting inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame is actually only a matter of “when” and certainly not “if”.


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