This coming Sunday, World Wrestling Entertainment will present its eighth annual Extreme Rules event, with Roman Reigns and AJ Styles colliding over the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in the main event.
The event is usually pretty heavy on stipulations, and this year is no different. Along with the 'Extreme Rules' main event, we also get a No Disqualification match, a Submissions match and the first ever Asylum match in WWE.
You can go ahead and add a Texas Tornado Tag match to that list. During this week's SmackDown tapings it was made official that Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows of The Club will go up against The Usos in the match. For those of you wondering just exactly what is a Texas Tornado Tag match, fear not. It doesn't involve Kerry Von Erich in tassles, but it will involve all four men in the ring at the same time.
Sure, this isn't a 'tag' match in reality as there will be no tagging, but it does pit two teams against each other, which is enough for me. The Anoa'i family has a good record in Extreme Rules Tornado Tag matches, as in 2013 Roman Reigns (along with Seth Rollins) won tag gold in the match against Team Hell No. Will The Usos be successful against Gallows & Anderson this Sunday? We'll have to wait and see.
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