The WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championship will be defended at Money in the Bank. The latest edition of WWE SmackDown started off with a lot of hype, as Vince McMahon addressed the WWE Universe after stepping down as CEO following an investigation into alleged misconduct. McMahon reportedly paid a former employee $3 million to keep quiet about an alleged affair he had with her. With all eyes on SmackDown and Money in the Bank building on the rise, fans still have a match to look forward to. The Usos are ready to defend their WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championship against the Street Profits.
Both teams have a long history against each other, so their Money in the Bank match should be another banger. So far, it hasn’t been confirmed if the championship match will be an official Money in the Bank defense with all four belts hanging above the ring, but both teams are more than capable of pulling it off.
Fans have already taken to social media to share their excitement for The Usos vs Street Profits at Money in the Bank. The SmackDown main event featured Roman Reigns retaining his undisputed WWE Universal Championship against Riddle. After the match, Brock Lesnar made his triumphant return to WWE television to stare down Reigns. After offering the champion a handshake, Lesnar picked up Reigns and delivered an F5. WWE later announced that Brock Lesnar would challenge Roman Reigns for the undisputed WWE Universal Title in a Last Man Standing Match at SummerSlam.
The Usos against the Street Profits at the MITB yes please!!
— 𝓛𝓲𝓷𝓭𝓼𝓮𝔂 (@heelbex_theman) June 18, 2022
The challenge has been launched
Street Profits just challenged The Usos for the undisputed tag team title at Money In The Bank. #Smack down
— PWUnlimited’s Tim Jarrell (@TimmyBuddy) June 18, 2022
Two impressive teams competing
Street profits against Usos at Money in the Bank. It should be really good, two great teams.
– The Genius Francis Rastede (@TheFigureheadFR) June 18, 2022
We’ve already seen a lot of the game
I don’t want to see Street Profits or Usos anymore because we see them a hundred times a week.
At least it feels that way.#Smack down
— AngelOfDeathGripsYAH (@ItsYaBoiRami) June 18, 2022
Comparisons with New Day/Usos
Just like with New Day/Usos, I mostly love all the Street Profits/Usos matches, but they do it so much man
—Robert O’Neill (@RobertONeill31) June 14, 2022