Speaking after this week’s RAW, Omos dismissed MACE and T-BAR’s chances of ever defeating himself and AJ Styles. He also claimed that the former RETRIBUTION members have only had one official WWE match as a tag team.
T-BAR responded to Omos’ remark by reminding the 7ft 3in star that he first teamed up with MACE during their time in NXT in 2018. He also pointed out that Omos has only competed in three matches with AJ Styles as his tag team partner.
Omos also said on RAW Talk that The New Day “don’t matter” because Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods have recently worked as singles competitors. He added that Randy Orton and Riddle “would not stand a chance” against them.
AJ Styles and Omos’ recent success
AJ Styles and Omos defeated Elias and Jaxson Ryker on the latest episode of RAW to retain the Tag Team Championship. Earlier in the night, MACE and T-BAR picked up a victory over Lucha House Party members Gran Metalik and Lince Dorado.
As T-BAR said, Styles and Omos have only competed in three regular tag team matches since they became allies. Before this week's RAW, the Tag Team Champions defeated The New Day in their previous two matches as a tag team.
Despite their success in two-on-two matches, Styles and Omos are not undefeated as tag partners. With Elias and Jaxson Ryker also on their team, they lost an eight-man tag team match against The New Day, Randy Orton, and Riddle last month.
While AJ Styles and Omos’ partnership is still relatively new, T-BAR is correct in saying he has teamed with MACE since 2018. Including live events, Cagematch.net says they have worked as tag partners 25 times over the last three years (13 times in NXT and 12 times on WWE’s main roster).
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