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The Usos To Set A New Record At Clash Of Champions

With WWE's Clash Of Champions set to take place on Sunday, December 17th in Boston, Massechusets at the TD Garden, the tag-team duo of The Usos is about to make history.

The Usos will be making history, since this will be their 27th pay-per-view tag-team title match, according to a poster on Reddit. They'll be passing the Dudley Boys who topped out at 26 title matches.

This title match will be a Fatal 4-Way between The Usos, Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin, The New Day and Rusev & Aiden English.

It's a shame The Usos won't be facing off against arguably the best tag-team on Raw, in The Shield, which consists of Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose.

The Usos and The Shield almost faced off at Survivor Series, but unfortunately The Bar took down Ambrose and Rollins, which led to them facing The Usos instead.

The Usos recently stated in a YouTube video just how badly they want to take down The Shield. They also encouraged the fans to use social media as a way for them to get their match against Ambrose and Rollins.

"You'll be ducking The Usos, we were going to cross paths at Survivor Series, but you'll lost your tag titles to the Bar, Come on! You know how many people you let down. The WWE Universe wanted to see that match. What you do? You hide. But you ain't going to run too much longer you know what I'm saying, you ain't going to run, you ain't going to hide, but we're right here."

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While The Usos can continue to dream about facing off against The Shield, they need to first defend their tag-team titles next Sunday on Boston.

The Usos debuted back in 2009 for Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) and have taken WWE by storm after being promoted to the main roster in 2010. They started out on Raw and won the tag-team championship twice.

Then The Usos made their way over the SmackDown in 2016 as a part of the WWE Draft and have won that tag-title championship three times.

The Usos are made up of twins, Jonathan Solofa Fatu and Joshua Samuel Fatu, who are 32 years-old. They're originally from San Francisco, California and are of Samoan descent. Also The Usos both played college football at the University of West Alabama from 2003-2005.

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Comment below and tell us whether you think The Usos will win next week's Final 4-Way. Also if they do face off against The Shield, who do you think will win?

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