Amid a sea of fives, sixes and the occasional seven, one Superstar alone can be rated The Perfect 10. At least, that’s how Tye Dillinger views the playing field of NXT, the place where the calculating ring veteran plies his well-honed trade. Endlessly confident, the silky-smooth Dillinger thinks nothing of stopping a bout mid-match to grade his own performance. (Hint: It’s always 10 out of 10.) Armed with an encyclopedic knowledge of holds and the discipline needed to apply them flawlessly, it’s hard to argue that Dillinger is anything less than perfect.
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Aug 8, 2017

Tye Dillinger and Sami Zayn vs. The Usos

Tye starts off with Jimmy Uso and unloads on him with offense. Sami tags in and goes for an early Helluva Kick but Jey Uso pulls his brother to safety. The Usos regroup on the floor as we go back to commercial already.

Back from the break and Jimmy is down with Sami. Jey tags in and stops Sami from tagging. Tye finally gets the tag and unloads on Uso. Tye stomps away in the corner as fans count along. Jey rolls to the floor for another breather with his brother. Tye runs the ropes for a dive but Jey meets him at the ropes with a big shot. Sami runs the ropes and leaps out onto both of The Usos. Sami rolls Uso back into the ring to Dillinger, who plants him for a close 2 count. Jimmy drops Sami on the floor with a shot to the jaw. Tye goes to the top but Jey cuts him off. Jey climbs up for a superplex as Jimmy tags in, Tye fights them both off and goes after Jey off the top but has to roll through. Tye goes for the Tye Breaker on Jey but can’t hit it as Jimmy kicks him. They double team Tye and take out his knee before Jey applies the Tequila Sunrise. Tye taps out.

Winners: The Usos

After the match, The Usos stand tall as Sami helps a limping Tye out of the ring. We go to replays. The Usos take the mic and wonder where the champions are. They mock The New Day again and promise to become the new SmackDown Tag Team Champions at SummerSlam. Big E’s voice rings out as The New Day makes their entrance. It’s actually just Big E, who comes out to the stage and dances a bit. Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston attack from behind and unload on The Usos in the ring. Big E joins them and the triple team begins as fans chant for the champs. Woods brings two steel chairs in as the attack continues. They scoop Jimmy for a shot into a steel chair but Jey pulls him to safety from the floor. The Usos retreat as The New Day stands tall in the ring.

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