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Jey Uso and The New Day are in the locker room chatting and ordering pizza? Check out the conversation surrounding that and more.


Jimmy Uso has had his fair share of bad luck since his twin brother and tag team partner Jey Uso left The Bloodline and SmackDown in search of a brand new journey on Monday Night Raw. Jimmy still had a brother on his side though, Solo Sikoa. The two have been trying to keep the family on top during Roman’s noticeable absence. Now with a returning viper freshly signed to SmackDown looking for retribution, Jimmy has to find a way to send the viper cowering as they go head to head tonight. Also, we have to keep in mind, Roman Reigns makes his long awaited return tonight. What will he have to say tonight with all of the drama that’s been happening? What will his reaction be to the downfall of The Bloodline?

SmackDown Coverage

WWE SmackDown kicks off with Roman’s music hitting and out comes Roman Reigns with Paul Heyman, Jimmy Uso and Solo Sikoa. Michael Cole mentions that Roman has been champion for 1202 days. We see clips of last week’s tag team match main event where Randy Orton and LA Knight got the win against Jimmy Uso and Solo.

Roman tells Green Bay to acknowledge him and the fans put their fingers in the air and point to the sky. Roman tells them to shut their mouths. He said he would not have done that if they would have kept the boos down. He says it’s the Christmas season, it’s the holidays, he is here to celebrate. It’s promotion season because he is a good boss. He is a fair Tribal Chief. When someone is doing good, we let them know. When someone is doing bad, they smash them but that’s not tonight. And tonight is about one man, he has bent overt backwards, sacrificed everything, this man understands what it means to keep the family at the top of the mountain.

And if something happens to him, this person is the next in line. We see Jimmy smiling behind Roman. The fans chant “Randy” and Roman looks at the crowd. Roman says this isn’t for Randy Orton, this man is going to be responsible for the Bloodline. This is the next Tribal Chief. Roman tells Jimmy to join him in congratulating his brother, Solo. Jimmy looks around and Roman hugs Solo and tells him he loves him.

Randy Orton’s music hits and out he comes to the ring.

Back from commercial, Orton gets in the ring and the fans chant “Randy”. He says for 18 months, he has been thinking about this moment. About what he is going to do, what he is going to say but the only thing he really needs to tell Roman is that he is coming for him. He took 18 months from him, he is going to take everything away from him and he doesn’t care which one of his family members he has to go through to get the job done.

Randy tells Roman it starts tonight, it ends at the Royal Rumble because he is challenging Roman Reigns for the WWE Championship. The fans chant “RKO” and Roman looks at the crowd.

Roman says by the sounds of the fans, it sounds like Orton deserves it. Roman says Orton was thinking about this for 18 months but Roman has not thought about him at all. He has been gone for 18 months, he has not done anything to earn this opportunity and he does not deserve this opportunity and he can go to the back of the line where he belongs. He says everyone wants to hang with the Tribal Chief but that’s not how it works. He tells Orton to do what he does which is to tap into that dumb head of his and to listen to that voice. He says it’s not 2007, he is head and shoulders above him and everyone else. He tells Randy if he has a match with him, he won’t be away for 18 months, it will be retirement because he is never coming back.

Randy says maybe Roman is right. He is looking in the eyes of the Tribal Chief and he can see that Roman has changed for the better. He is no longer just a historical Champion, he is a legend. Orton tells Roman that he has changed too. He has evolved but the one thing Randy Orton will forever be is a legend killer.

Orton goes to RKO Roman but Roman gets out of it. Orton tells Roman maybe he should start thinking about him. Orton points to his ear and says he is getting something from the voices of his head and they are telling him that Roman might have just crapped his pants. And they also said that “daddy’s back”. Orton throws the microphone and leaves the ring.

We cut to the announce team who mention that Randy Orton will go up against Jimmy Uso tonight.
We cut to the back and Roman Reigns is sitting in his locker room. He says tonight was supposed to be a celebration and Orton ruined Solo’s moment. He asks Jimmy is he saw it and Jimmy says he saw it. Roman says someone should silence Orton. Jimmy says he can do it but it sounds like a job for the Tribal Heir. Roman says it’s promotion season. If he can silence Orton alone, this could be big for him. He asks Jimmy if he understands and Jimmy says “Yeeet”. Roman looks at him and Jimmy tells him “No Yeeet”.

We cut to the back. Jimmy and Solo are along and Jimmy tells Solo that Roman and Heyman have been talking for longer than usual and it does not feel right. He tells Solo it feels like a set up. He asks Solo if he would tell him if something were to happen to him. Solo tells Jimmy he is his brother.

Randy Orton vs. Jimmy Uso

The bell rings and we are under way. Orton with right hands and he throws Jimmy in the corner. Right hands by Orton. He throws Jimmy onto the ring apron and goes for a DDT but Jimmy drops to the outside.

Back from commercial, Orton slams Jimmy onto the announce table. Orton throws Jimmy back into the ring. He goes for the cover but Jimmy kicks out. Orton with an arm bar but Jimmy with a headbutt. Jimmy runs towards Orton but Orton with an elbow to the face. He place Jimmy in the corner and Orton with right hands. Orton stomps on Jimmy. He throws Jimmy to the ropes but Jimmy with a spinning kick to the head. Jimmy with right hands. He goes for the cover but Orton kicks out. Jimmy gets Orton in the corner. Jimmy climbs the second rope and hits Orton with right hands. He goes for more right hands but Orton with a thumb to the eye. He throws Jimmy onto the ring apron. He goes for the DDT but Jimmy throws Orton over the top rope and onto the outside.

Back from commercial, Orton with a clothesline and a bodyslam. Jimmy rolls onto the ring apron and Orton grabs him but Jimmy hangs him up on the top rope. Jimmy is about to get in the ring but Orton kicks him. Orton with a DDT. Orton is about to go for the RKO but Solo Sikoa’s music hits and out comes Solo. LA Knight’s music hits and out he comes. LA Knight throws Solo into the barricade. Jimmy grabs Orton in the ring but Orton hits him with the RKO. He goes for the cover and gets the pin.

Winner: Randy Orton

LA Knight and Orton stare at each other and LA Knight tells Orton he knows why he got that win. He says he knew they were coming. Roman attacks LA Knight from behind on the outside. He and Orton stare at each other.

The fans chant “Randy” and Roman looks at the crowd. Roman gets in the ring and both men with right hands. Jimmy hits Orton from behind and they double team Orton. LA Knight gets in the ring and he hits Roman from behind. In comes Solo and he attacks LA Knight from behind. They team up against Orton and LA Knight.

AJ Styles returns to SmackDown. We hear his music and Roman looks at the ramp but AJ Styles shows up on the ring apron. He hits Roman with the Phenomenal Forearm. AJ Styles, Randy Orton and LA Knight attack the Bloodline and the Bloodline roll to the outside as AJ’s music hits.

AJ grabs LA Knight from behind and he hits him with a clothesline. Orton stares at AJ confused. AJ leaves the ring and walks towards the Bloodline. He walks passed them and leaves with everyone looking at AJ Styles who leaves.


Team Cody & The Judgment Day Segment

Cody Rhodes: So, Washington DC, what do you guys want to talk about? I know what we should talk about. I have a lot of wonderful memories in this arena. And I want to give to you a memory tonight. And I’m going to do so when myself and my tag team partner, “Main Event” Jey Uso, I’m telling you here, I’m telling you now, everybody watching at home, we are going to win the Undisputed Tag Team Championships tonight. Thus, the immediate future on the horizon, we have the match beyond, WarGames. So, without further ado, allow me to introduce to you, my team.

Seth Rollins: You’re too kind, DC.

Cody Rhodes: DC, we are all in the ring for one reason. And that reason is, The Judgment Day. Whether I’ve gotten along with you my entire career, whether I just recently gotten along with you, or.

Finn Balor: Hey, boys, take a look at these four clowns. They can’t even look each other in the eye. How on earth do you think you’re going to beat The Judgment Day at WarGames?

Damian Priest: Guys let’s be real. You’re a group of randoms, thrown together. This is a family. I really don’t think you all realize what you’re getting yourselves into at WarGames. When you step inside that giant cage, I promise you, The Judgment Day will finally be done with each and every one of you.

Finn Balor: Hey, Seth Freakin’ Rollins. How does it feel being World Heavyweight Champion, but standing next to Cody Rhodes, the one man you could never beat?

Damian Priest: Speaking of Cody, how does it feel knowing that you can beat these guys in any match you want, but the one thing you can’t do is be a champion?

Finn Balor: Hey, Sami Zayn. Sami, you call yourself a world championship level superstar. But after your performance last week, your partners know, and I know that you’re nothing but a loser.

Damian Priest: Let’s not forget, “Main Event” Jey Uso. Let me ask you three a question. Can you really trust this guy, knowing that he screwed each and every one of you in the name of his bloodline?

Dominik Mysterio: The truth is.

Sami Zayn: The truth is, nobody wants to hear you talk, alright? You don’t think we see what you’re trying to do here? You’re trying to pit us all against each other. That’s not what this is about. We can put all the individual issues we have to the side, because let’s be honest, this match is about power, isn’t it? Yeah, that’s what you guys always talk about. And I’ll give you guys credit, you have managed to get a lot of power when you’ve been able to cheat. and play the numbers game. But guess what? At Survivor Series, it’s WarGames. And you don’t know what you’re in for, pal. Two rings. One cage. And it’s going to be the most brutal match of your lives. You’re going to find out the hard way, that the power in Monday Night Raw lies with the four guys that you’re looking at in this ring right now.

Cody Rhodes: And, hey, speaking of power, I’m shock you guys figured out how to get down here tonight without Mami. I mean, she is your leader, right? You were going to say, The Judgment Day has no leaders. But when Mami’s gone, I assume the power goes to Dom. Is Dom the leader? Okay, I get it, Dom’s not the leader, neither is Finn or you, Priest. I guess that makes JD McDonagh the leader. Is JD the leader?

Damian Priest: Cody, I’m the leader.

Jey Uso: Hey, Cody, I think you got him hot, right now. YEET!

Seth Rollins: Hey, shut up. Will everybody shut up. I am sick and tired of all this talking. I am ready for a fight. Now four of us got to fight tonight, four of us don’t. I’m dressed for a fight. Sami, you’re dressed for a fight. How about we slap the taste out of two bozos? Come on, JD. Come on, Dom. Let’s go.

Damian Priest: Hey, Seth. We accept it.

Seth Rollins: Let’s call, Adam Pearce. Let’s make this official.

**Side Note**
Finn Balor and Damian Priest pulls Rollins out of the ring which forces the disqualification. After the match, The Judgment Day gangs up on Rollins and Zayn. Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso joins the fray. All hell is breaking loose at ringside. Jey SuperKicks Priest. Jey Spears McDonagh. Adam Pearce is done with the nonsense. Pearce informs us that the other competitors in WarGames that are not involved in tonight’s tag team title main event will now be banned from the arena. Rhea Ripley is absolutely livid about that decision.

Jey Uso will start the match against Finn Bálor. They lock up, and Bálor hooks a side headlock. Jey whips him off, but Bálor shoulder tackles him. Bálor hits the ropes, but Jey floors him with a back elbow. The crowd chants, “YEET.” Jey slaps Bálor in the face, and Bálor slaps him back. The two teams are fully in the ring and begin brawling. Rhodes knocks Priest out of the ring.

Jey reverses a whip to the corner, and Bálor hits hard before collapsing to his knees. Jey wrenches the arm and tags Rhodes in. Rhodes comes off the ropes with an elbow to the arm. Rhodes hooks the head and executes a beautiful delayed vertical front suplex for a two-count. Jey tags back in and punches the midsection. Bálor stumbles to the corner. Bálor kicks Jey in the midsection and puts him in his corner. Damian Priest tags in and uppercuts Jey down. Priest talks trash to Rhodes and throws Jey to the corner. Priest punches and stomps Jey down. Priest taunts the crowd. Bálor tags in. Priest kicks Jey, and Bálor follows up with a beautiful scissor kick for a near fall.

Bálor applies a chin lock. Jey fights up, but Bálor takes him down. Bálor punches and stomps him. Rhodes gets in the ring and stops Priest from getting in the ring. Jey sends Bálor out of the ring. Rhodes knocks Priest out of the ring and bounces him off the commentary table.

We come back from the break to see Jey fighting back against Bálor with some punches. Jey tackles him into his corner, and Rhodes tags in. Rhodes sends Bálor into the ropes and turns him inside out with a knee to the midsection. Bálor wrenches the arm, but Rhodes cartwheels through and applies a side headlock. Bálor whips him off, and Rhodes lifts him up. Priest distracts the referee, and Bálor uses the distraction to rake the eyes. Bálor gets Rhodes in the corner and tags Priest in. Priest punches away at Rhodes and takes him down. Priest peppers him with some stinging left jabs. Priest drives his boot into Rhodes’s throat and releases before being disqualified. Priest kicks him in the shoulder and punches him. Rhodes fights back, but Priest kicks him and sends him out of the ring. Bálor tags in and goes to ringside to chop Rhodes. Bálor puts Rhodes in the ring and gets him in the corner. Bálor punches and chops Rhodes. Bálor sends him to the opposite corner, but Rhodes boots him back. Bálor comes right back with an abdominal stretch. Rhodes fights out and goes for an elbow drop, but Bálor moves. Priest tags in and stomps Rhodes. Rhodes gets up and punches back at Priest. Priest levels him with a strike before sending him into the ropes, but he lowers his head and eats a kick. Rhodes hits the ropes, but Priest turns him upside down and hits a cradle tombstone slam for a two-count. Priest clubs the back and goes for a back suplex, but Rhodes flips through. Rhodes punches Bálor on the apron and tags Jey in.

Jey comes in and punches away at Priest. The crowd says, “YEET” after each punch. Jey punches Bálor off the apron. Priest puts Jey on the apron, but Jey kicks him back. Jey comes off the top rope, but Priest catches him. Jey fights it. Priest punches Jey, but Jey responds with a kick to the head. Bálor blind tags in. Jey takes it to Priest and hits the ropes, but Bálor sweeps the feet. Priest knocks Jey out of the ring, and Bálor viciously clotheslines him on the floor. Bálor and Priest taunt the crowd. Bálor drives him into the apron and punches him in the midsection. Bálor then sends Jey over the commentary table.

Back from the final break of the evening, Jey takes Priest down with an enzuigiri.

Rhodes and Bálor tag in. Rhodes punches away at Bálor. Bálor reverses a whip, but Rhodes hits a running forearm. Rhodes slingshots over him and hits a snap powerslam. Rhodes connects with a Disaster Kick and is fired up. Priest runs in, but Rhodes hits some stinging left jabs and his father’s Bionic Elbow. Bálor rolls up Rhodes for a two-count. Rhodes fights him and goes for a Cody Cutter, but Bálor catches him. Rhodes fights it and goes for Cross Rhodes, but Bálor fights out. Priest blind tags in. Jey also blind tags in. Rhodes avoids an avalanche from Priest. Jey kicks Bálor back and comes off the top rope with a cross-body block on Priest for a two-count.

Jey gets fired up and ducks an attack from Bálor. Jey superkicks Bálor down. Jey superkicks Priest, but he doesn’t go down. A second superkick takes Priest down. Jey goes to the top rope and hits an Uso Splash for a near fall!

Both men are down. The crowd is into this match. Jey gets to his feet and charges Priest, but Priest kicks him in the face before punching him down. Priest signals for the end. Bálor tags in. Jey gets out of South of Heaven and attacks Bálor. Rhodes gets in the ring and hits Priest with Cross Rhodes. Jey then hits Bálor with a Spear. Rhodes and Jey hit a flapjack/Cody Cutter combo. 1… 2… Priest breaks it up. Rhodes knocks Priest out of the ring and hits a suicide dive. Priest fights back and sends Rhodes into the LED ring post, which breaks into pieces. Priest then gives Rhodes the South of Heaven on the apron.

Jey takes out Priest and Bálor with a somersault senton. Jey puts Bálor in the ring and turns to see Drew McIntyre standing there. McIntyre angrily stares at Jey before leveling him with a Claymore Kick! McIntyre puts Jey in the ring and walks away. Bálor looks surprised by this and then covers Jey for the win.

Winners by Pinfall and still Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions: The Judgment Day
Replays are shown of Drew McIntyre giving Jey Uso the Claymore Kick to cost Jey and Rhodes the Tag Team Titles.

Drew McIntyre stands at the top of the ramp and stares down at the ring. Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley comes out and stands next to him. McIntyre looks over at her. Ripley extends her hand, and McIntyre shakes it! McIntyre smiles at her, and she smiles back. Rhodes and Jey do not look happy in the ring.

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    Jey Uso reconnected with Sami Zayn in first Raw appearance


    Cody Rhodes was on The Grayson Waller Effect where he made a BLOCKBUSTER announcement. He said that Monday Night Raw had acquired a new star. That new star would be “Main Event” Jey Uso. Main Event Jey Uso comes back after 3 weeks of being out of The Bloodline, Smackdown and WWE. Jey Uso seems to want a fresh start on the red brand. He knows while being in the Bloodline he ruffled some feathers, but he is not afraid of whats to come.


    Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns def. Jey Uso in Tribal Combat; Jimmy Uso assaulted his brother

    With the Ula Fala on the line, Jey Uso brought the arsenal early, setting up a table in the no disqualification, no count-out Tribal Combat.Showing his dominance, Reigns fired the first shot by hitting Jey over and over with a Kendo stick.

    With pent-up aggression, Jey laid into The Tribal Chief with vicious steel chair blows, even as Paul Heyman pleaded for him to stop.Reigns took back control after powerbombing Jey onto a litany of steel chairs laid out in the ring. Jey found a moment of reprieve after a desperate Samoan Drop that drove Reigns through the table at ringside.

    Brandishing a leather strap, Jey brutally punished his cousin, laying into Reigns and searing his flesh with the hard leather. Jey’s retribution would not last, however, as his brother Solo Sikoa appeared to smash Jey through a table with the Spinning Solo.

    As Reigns and Sikoa were about to hit their Spear/Spike combo, Jey moved out of the way, making Reigns hit Sikoa with the Spear instead! The hurt for Reigns continued as he argued with Sikoa, which allowed Jey to spear The Head of the Table through the ringside barricade.Just as Jey landed a death-defying Uso Splash from the top rope and appeared to be a three-count away from becoming champion, a masked individual pulled Jey out of the ring.

    After revealing himself to be Jimmy Uso and staring daggers through his brother for several uncomfortable seconds, Jimmy blasted Jey with a vicious superkick. With the betrayal still fresh, Reigns exploded Jey through a table with a Spear to remain Tribal Chief and Undisputed WWE Universal Champion.


    Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns came face-to-face with Jey Uso en route to the Tribal Combat at SummerSlam. Uso to Reigns: “I beat you before & I’ll do it again”

    As an unhinged Jey Uso battled Grayson Waller just eight days before him will battles Roman Reigns in Tribal Combat for the Undisputed WWE Universal Title at SummerSlam, The Head of the Table, Solo Sikoa and Special Counsel Paul Heyman emerged to watch.

    At the height of the match, Jey made a statement when he hit Waller with a Reigns’ Spear before finishing off his opponent with the Uso Splash for the win.

    When Solo attacked in the aftermath, Jey took his younger brother down with a Superkick before stopping an advancing Reigns in his tracks with a Spear. The numbers game, however, proved too much as Reigns and Sikoa roared back with a merciless onslaught that ended with Solo holding up his older brother as Reigns hit a pair of devastating Spears.


    Jey Uso and Roman Reigns have had their fair share of chaos in the past few years. Now that The Usos have both claimed they are through with the disrespect from Roman, Jey feels that he has the momentum to take it all from Roman Reigns. He not only wants the Undisputed championship, he wants the title of Tribal Chief. He wants to have a Tribal Combat where basically anything goes. What will happen when both Jey and Roman come together to sign the contract for their Summerslam showdown.

    Roman Reigns upped the ante for his championship match with Jey Uso at SummerSlam

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    Jey Uso wanted to confront Roman and Solo but they weren’t there. The Special Counsel was. He wanted to make all kinds of excuses for the Tribal Chief but Jey didn’t want to hear any of it and unleashed fury upon him.

    Jey Uso unleashed a vicious attack on Special Council Paul Heyman and his younger brother Solo Sikoa


    Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa are not happy with the outcome from Money in the Bank. They want to exact revenge on The Usos. Can they get one over on the twins who have come out on top in the Civil War?

    Tribal Court: The Trial of the Tribal Chief Roman Reigns

    The Usos tried reasoning with Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, but just when it seemed that Reigns saw the error of his ways, he low-blowed Jey Uso, and he and Solo Sikoa proceeded to destroy The Usos.

    Jey Uso would return later in the night with a steel chair in hand, demanding Reigns pay for what he did to his brother Jimmy.