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WWE News: Twitter Reaction to New Day vs. Usos in Hell in a Cell

Simon Cotton
1.69K   //    09 Oct 2017, 07:13 IST

The Uso Penitentiary take The New Day prisoners once again
The Uso Penitentiary take The New Day prisoner once again

The Usos and The New Day have had some great tag team matches, but their Hell in a Cell match may be one of the greatest tag team matches in WWE history.

The Hell in A Cell pay-per-view kicked off with The Usos and The New Day competing for the SmackDown Tag Team Championships and both teams gave their hundred percent for a match that perfectly blended comedy, athleticism, and brutality without an ounce of blood spilt.

A lot of people had nothing but praise for the match including Bubba Ray Dudley of the Dudley Boyz.

When one of the greatest tag team wrestlers in WWE history praises you for your work, you know you're doing something right!

Other people who saw the match on Twitter made sure to remind fans that the "Return to TV-14" argument did not apply to the latest Usos-New Day match.

Can't argue with this folks. Blood does add intensity to matches, but you'd be hard press to find someone who watched this match and didn't feel any intensity or thought the match was bad. In fact, they thought the match was anything but bad.

But perhaps the funniest tweets of the night came from fans who thought the match was so great that no one else on the show could top this opener.

Randy Orton and Rusev immediately followed the Hell in a Cell Tag Team Match and...needless to say that the fans didn't think they came close.

Tag Team Wrestling has been the saving grace in what many consider a lacklustre year for the WWE and the New Day-Usos feud has been the foundation for great wrestling for SmackDown.

If this is the end of their feud, what a great way to end it all!

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Simon Cotton
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