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The Usos talk WWE life, family pressure

| Monday, March 14, 2016, 5:36 p.m.

The Usos might have more pressure on them than anyone else in WWE.

The twin brothers are part of the many generations of Samoans in the professional wrestling business. Their father, Rikishi, along with relatives such as Jimmy Snuka, The Rock and Roman Reigns, just to name a few, sets a high bar for the tag team.

The Tribune-Review caught up with them once they arrived to Pittsburgh for a live episode of Monday Night RAW at Consol Energy Center. They spoke about several topics, including WrestleMania 32, where they seemed to have hinted toward a match that's not yet been announced.

“Three more weeks, it's going down,” Jey Uso said.

The duo also spoke about their favorite WrestleMania moment as fans and what their dream match would be. Check it out in the video above.

Justin LaBar is a Tribune-Review staff writer. He can be reached at jlabar@tribweb.com or via Twitter @JustinLaBar

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