Category: Jey Uso

WWE Tag Team Champion Jey Uso def. The Miz

The Miz has proclaimed that Damien Mizdow gives him not one, but two chances to win the Royal Rumble Match. Alas for the former WWE Tag Team Champion, he had one chance to lose to Jey Uso and that’s exactly what went down on Raw. In fact, Miz was so convinced he’d ultimately overpower the Tag Team Champion same in the same fashion as he did his brother that he remained completely oblivious to the titleholder’s building momentum, not to mention Jey’s ingenious manipulation of Mizdow. Uso hurled Miz into the turnbuckle and the stunt double followed suit, taking him out of the match and rendering both Mizzes unable to counter the big splash that followed. UCE!

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Published by Mila on February 9th, 2015

Tyson Kidd def. Jey Uso

Amid an action-packed clash between Tyson Kidd and WWE Tag Team Champion Jey Uso, Cesaro jumped onto the ring apron, providing enough of a distraction for “Nattie’s husband” to take control of the match and pick up the victory over the high-flying Samoan Superstar.

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Published by Mila on February 2nd, 2015

Jey Uso def. WWE Tag Team Champion Stardust

With their respective partners lurking at ringside, Jey Uso and WWE Tag Team Champion Stardust collided in the night’s main event. When Jey went to the top rope to take to the air, Stardust knocked him from his perch to the arena floor. Despite writhing in pain from an aggravated knee injury, Uso quickly sprung back into action, delivering a superkick to Stardust, who was peering between the ropes. The tag champ then hit a Superfly splash to score the win.

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Published by Mila on October 9th, 2014

WWE Tag Team Champion Jey Uso suffered an aggravation of his previously injured knee, WWE.com has learned.

Uso suffered what WWE physician Dr. Chris Amann diagnosed as “stretched ligaments” last week during a title match with Gold & Stardust, and the additional damage came courtesy of a second attack after his brother Jimmy’s match with Goldust.

“This evening during [Jimmy Uso’s match with Goldust, Jey] sustained forceful, direct blunt trauma to his left knee with a chair [strike] to the knee while his leg was wrapped around the ring post,” Amann said. We brought him back to the training room and took a look at his knee. All the external ligaments seem to be intact, but we’re worried about internal ligament damage as well as possible fractures, so we’ve set him up for further evaluations with X-rays and an MRI.”

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Published by Mila on September 2nd, 2014

Ryback def. WWE Tag Team Champion Jey Uso

With Jimmy Uso and Curtis Axel watching from ringside, Jey Uso tangled with Ryback in singles action. Despite the distinct size difference between the two Superstars, and a vicious Spinebuster from Ryback, Jey looked poised to score a win with a Samoan Drop. But after a distraction from Axel on the apron, The Big Guy ended things with a devastating Meathook Clothesline.

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Published by Mila on July 23rd, 2014

When he was a child, his father, best known as WWE legend Rikishi, would leave for days at a time to go out and wrestle.

Of course having your father as a WWE superstar was a cool thing, but there was the bad part: He would go away for days at a time to do his job.

“It was great to have him home,” Uso said. “When he was home, we tried not to wake him because he was tired. But when he woke up, we knew we were going to the Chinese buffet. We closed that place down every time we went.”

Now Uso isn’t the kid waving goodbye to his dad.

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Published by Mila on June 26th, 2014

The twin brothers, members of a Samoan family with deep roots in professional wrestling, will defend their titles during a show that also is expected to feature top hero John Cena, the evil Kane, the trio of rising stars known as The Shield and the creepy Wyatt Family. (See information at end of this article for ticket information.)
The Springfield show is WWE’s last stop before Sunday night’s “Payback” pay-per-view event at the Allstate Arena in suburban Chicago. “Payback” can be viewed via live streaming on the WWE Network or by ordering it through Comcast cable.
Jey Uso (real name: Joshua Fatu), 28, spoke about his career, his legendary family and more by telephone from Albany, N.Y., before a recent live broadcast of WWE’s signature television program, “Raw.”

Be sure to check out the rest of the article by Jason Piscia!

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Published by Mila on May 29th, 2014

And the other half!

“When my dad would pick us up from school, it wasn’t unusual for kids to swarm him, asking for pictures — but I’d just be there, a typical kid, mad he was late to get me and my brother! I still cringe when I think back to this one afternoon in high school when my brother and I were at football practice. We had just joined the team and some of the guys didn’t believe we were Rikishi’s sons. All of a sudden, my dad comes riding up to practice on this light green Kawasaki Ninja bike. It was the biggest model they had, but he still made it look ridiculously tiny.”

Published by Mila on October 20th, 2013

Published by Mila on October 11th, 2013