The OC have outlasted eight other teams at Crown Jewel to be deemed the Best Tag Team in the World.
Starting off the Tag Team Turmoil match, Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler facing the Lucha House Party, it was a timely distraction of the referee that allowed the former RAW Tag Team Champions to advance and face Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder.
Wearing a special Ghostbusters themed attire, Ryder got a near-fall after a top-rope neckbreaker, but it was a Zig Zag that eliminated the former jobbers, as Heavy Machinery made their way to the ring.
Weighing a combined 650lbs, Tucker and Otis clearly had the weight advantage, and used every single one of those pounds in a devastating double splash, to eliminate Roode and Ziggler.
Next squaring up against the New Day, Tucker and Big E showed off some surprising agility, and it as the New Day who advanced, next facing off against the B-Team.
As the fresher team, the pairing of Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel quickly dominated, until the BoLiever was sent out of the ring and taken out by Kingston, leaving Axel to receive a Big Ending for the pin.
In a preview of this week's Friday, the New Day next faced the SmackDown Tag Team Champions the Revival, and the team of Dash and Dawson quickly double-teamed Kingston in their half of the ring.
A roll-up out of nowhere allowed the New Day to advance over the SmackDown Tag Team Champions, though Dash and Dawson didn't take this loss well, attacking the New Day post-match.
This beatdown left Kingston prime pickings for the OC, and after a short attack, the Good Brothers eliminated the positive duo, leading to the finals between Gallows and Anderson and the Viking Raiders.
A physical final, to say the least, it was the OC who got the win over the RAW Tag Team Champions, as Gallows and Anderson are officially WWE's Best Tag Team in the world.
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