In a stunning turn of events, Jey Uso, a prominent member of WWE’s dominant faction The Bloodline, left the company three weeks ago following a bitter betrayal by his twin brother Jimmy Uso. Jey Uso’s departure, marked by a defiant exit where he left his fellow faction members Roman Reigns, Solo Sikoa, and Jimmy Uso laid out in the ring, sent shockwaves through the WWE Universe. WWE subsequently moved Jey Uso to the Alumni roster on their official website, leaving fans and wrestling enthusiasts puzzled about the future of The Bloodline.
Since Jey Uso’s abrupt exit, The Bloodline’s presence has been conspicuously absent from WWE television, and information about Jey Uso’s whereabouts and plans remains elusive. However, amidst this uncertainty, a surprising development has emerged – an invitation extended to Jey Uso from the top heel faction on the Raw brand, “The Judgment Day.”
In a recent interview, the reigning North American Champion and member of The Judgment Day, Dominik Mysterio, spoke candidly about the internal strife within The Bloodline and its resulting weakening effects. Dominik not only shed light on the ongoing conflicts but also extended an intriguing invitation to Jey Uso to join their ranks.
When asked about the possibility of joining Roman Reigns, Dominik asserted,
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“I can’t join Roman, I got Jey. Jey gotta join The Judgement Day. [He’s gotta change his color from red to purple] He can keep the all white pants but maybe the palm trees are a little purple and black in there. And I think that fits perfectly. He’s got tattoo.. Why not? I think he’d be a perfect fit.”
The topic of Solo Sikoa, another member of The Bloodline, potentially joining The Judgment Day was also broached. Dominik humorously recalled a past incident, saying,
“I don’t know, him and Rhea got some beef last time, because Solo got in my face and Mami did not like that.”
The Judgment Day, a powerhouse heel faction on the Raw brand, boasts dominant names like Finn Balor, Damien Priest, Rhea Ripley, and Dominik Mysterio. Their consistent presence in the main event scene and reputation as dominant heels make the prospect of Jey Uso joining their ranks an intriguing proposition, especially in the pursuit of tag team gold.
However, Jey Uso’s status within The Bloodline’s complex narrative raises questions about the implications of such a move. Joining a rival faction on a different brand without a storyline connection could potentially leave The Bloodline storyline unresolved.
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As fans speculate about Jey Uso’s next move and the potential dynamics of his joining The Judgment Day, one question lingers: Would seeing Jey Uso team up with Dominik Mysterio for tag team gold be a thrilling addition to WWE’s narrative tapestry? Share your thoughts in the comments below.