Roman Reigns and Jey Uso will team up once again before they face off against each other at Clash of Champions.

WWE announced that Reigns and Uso will wrestle Sheamus and King Corbin in a Samoan Street Fight on the September 18 episode of SmackDown. All four wrestlers faced off against each other on the September 11 episode of SmackDown, with Reigns and Uso picking up the win.

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The Bloodline will be back at it as Roman Reigns & Jey Uso battle Sheamus & King Corbin in a Samoan Street Fight this Friday on SmackDown.

As first reported by Sports Illustrated, the rematch has been set as Reigns & Uso will once again team up before their Universal Championship showdown at WWE Clash of Champions.

The Superstar cousins united last week against The Celtic Warrior & Corbin with Uso doing much of the heavy lifting. Uso showed grit in fighting off the attacks of both towering Superstars as The Big Dog laid in wait backstage. Reigns’ music helped slow down the onslaught from Sheamus & Corbin, as The Big Dog’s entrance allowed Uso to regroup.

A high-flying splash from Uso on Sheamus all but sealed the victory, but the Universal Champion cunningly tagged himself in to provide the exclamation point. Reigns then delivered a punishing Spear to The Celtic Warrior to secure the win. It wasn’t all smiles after the triumph, as the two cousins traded tenses glares while Uso attempted to raise their hands in victory.

Will Reigns use the help of Uso to “Wreck Everyone and Leave” once again? Or will Sheamus & King Corbin be able to capitalize on any friction lingering between the cousins?

Reigns will defend the Universal Championship against Uso at the upcoming Clash of Champions pay-per-view taking place on September 27. Fightful will have live coverage of both SmackDown and Clash of Champions.

WWE also announced Nikki Cross will join Alexa Bliss on "A Moment Of Bliss" and AJ Styles vs. Sami Zayn for Friday's SmackDown. This marks Sami's first match since WrestleMania 36 when he faced Daniel Bryan.

Fightful will have live coverage of WWE SmackDown beginning at 8 p.m. ET on Friday.

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