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Can we get a warning next time? There is a lot going on at any given point in WWE and sometimes the company builds on the idea of wondering what they are going to do next. In theory, this is going to draw interest in what is going on and there can be some great drama as a result. WWE was trying to do that this week but they might have accidentally spoiled it in advance.

The main event of this week’s SmackDown was a Tag Team Title unification match between the Usos and RKBro. The Usos would win the match to unify the titles, becoming the first sole WWE Tag Team Champions since 2016. However, WWE’s United Kingdom Facebook page may have accidentally spoiled the result. An image has appeared on Twitter, showing a since deleted post from the account with the Usos holding both sets of titles before SmackDown began. The post was since restored, though no such photo of RKBro was ever posted.

WWE UK Facebook Page accidentally posted this and deleted it immediately.

Oh Boyy ?

— Humble Wrestling (@WrestlingHumble) May 19, 2022

Opinion: This is something that wouldn’t shock me and even if it didn’t make the biggest impact, it is still something that doesn’t make WWE look great. The last thing that they want to do is let the fans know what they are getting before it happens. The good thing is that the title match wound up working, even if there might have been some fans who knew what was coming in advance.

What do you think of the title change? Do you like wrestling spoilers? Let us know in the comments below.

Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 60,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 6,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.

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