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The Usos Have Reportedly Signed New WWE Contracts, Ronda Rousey May Not Leave WWE After WrestleMania

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The Usos Finally Sign New WWE Contracts?

The Usos will be part of WrestleMania this weekend after their SmackDown Tag Team Championship match was announced last night as part of the blue brand’s show.

The Usos will be up against it in New York as they take on Aleister Black and Ricochet, Rusev and Shinsuke Nakamura and The Bar. Many believed that The Usos would drop their titles this weekend, but a new update from PWInsider explains that the brothers have signed new deals with WWE and could now be on course to retain.

“The duo’s WWE deals were set to expire at the end of the month.  We are told the brothers signed a new deal several weeks back.”

Jimmy and Jey’s contracts expired later this month, but the two brothers reportedly put pen to paper a few weeks ago and despite their father claiming that they would be “free agents” soon, the duo will now remain with WWE for the foreseeable future.

Ronda Rousey May Not Be Leaving Following WrestleMania

Ronda Rousey main events WrestleMania 35 on Sunday night alongside Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch but many of the current betting odds reflect the fact that “The Baddest Woman On The Planet” is set to take a hiatus following WrestleMania.

Even though it’s become common knowledge that Rousey wants some time away from WWE, The Wrestling Observer recently reported that her departure is not set in stone and if she decides to stay then Vince McMahon could change the outcome of Sunday night’s main event.

“McMahon could change his mind if Rousey decides to stay, although if that’s the case it would probably lead to Lynch beating Rousey in a singles match down the line,” via Ringsidenews.

It appears that this year’s WrestleMania main event has become one of the hardest in history to predict.

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