Today Jey Uso is full of emotion. It’s not all bad though. Today marks 14 years since he and his brother Jimmy Uso signed WWE contracts, how exciting. Today also marks 14 years since their uncle Umaga tragically passed away. Tonight on Raw, Jey dedicates his match to his late uncle. Will he gain his first singles championship?

Video Package: “Main Event” Jey Uso highlight reel. A few months ago, he had the chance to dethrone the Tribal Chief and become the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship, but it was ripped away from him by the one man he loved more than anyone in the world… his own twin brother. That hurt Jey more than anyone could ever know. Jey had to walk away. Jey convinced himself he was done until he got a call from Cody Rhodes. Rhodes told him not to quit and be his own man. The more he thought about it, the more he realized Rhodes was right. For his whole life, he fought for everyone, such as Roman, his brothers, and his father. Now, Jey is fighting for his own legacy. Before the titles, the Uso Penitentiary, the face paint, FCW, training, and being broke, it was just him. Seth Rollins has fought with him and against him. Tonight, Rollins will find out how hungry he is. Jey will prove to himself why they call him “Main Event” Jey Uso.

Seth “Freakin” Rollins will defend the World Heavyweight Championship against Jey Uso later tonight.

Backstage Segment
Sami Zayn is seated on the floor, and WWE trainers are tending to his injured ankle. “Main Event” Jey Uso comes up and says Zayn is going to be ok.

Raw General Manager Adam Pearce’s Office

Raw General Manager Adam Pearce is on the phone. “Main Event” Jey Uso walks in and asks about Sami Zayn. Pearce says they’re still waiting to hear. Jey says this Drew McIntyre issue needs to be solved. Pearce says this is the biggest night of Jey’s career and needs to focus on that. Jey gets fired up and heads off.

Backstage Segment

World Heavyweight Champion Seth “Freakin” Rollins is getting ready when Raw General Manager Adam Pearce walks up to him. Pearce says he wanted to tell Rollins he invited CM Punk to be here last week and wants him to sign a Raw contract. Rollins cackles. When Punk shows his true colors, and it blows up in Pearce’s face, Pearce will stay out of his way when he does what he has to do. Right now, he has to focus on “Main Event” Jey Uso. Jey Uso walks up and says it took him 15 years to get this opportunity. This is his night. Rollins is looking at the new World Heavyweight Champion. Rollins laughs and says he feels him, but he’ll Stomp his face into the mat the first chance he gets. Jey says he’ll kick his face off the first chance he gets. Rollins says this is as friendly as they’ll be. Jey says this is his night.

“Main Event” Jey Uso makes his entrance. He’ll face Seth “Freakin” Rollins for the World Heavyweight Championship next.

World Heavyweight Championship
“Main Event” Jey Uso vs. Seth “Freakin” Rollins (c)
Jey Uso is dedicating this match to his uncle, the late, great Eddie “Umaga” Fatu, who passed away on this date 14 years ago.

The bell rings, and they lock up before giving a clean break. Rollins soon grabs the arm and wrenches it. Jey transitions into a waistlock, but Rollins quickly hooks a side headlock. Jey whips him off, but Rollins shoulder tackles him and covers for a no-count. Jey hooks a side headlock, but Rollins whips him off and shoulder tackles him for a one-count. Rollins soon attempts a Stomp, but Jey moves and rolls him up for a two-count. We’re at a stalemate as Rollins and Jey stare each other down.

We come back from the break to see Rollins laying Jey out on the apron and hitting a running boot to the head. Rollins hits a springboard senton bomb, followed by a Lionsault for a near fall. Rollins pulls Jey to his feet and chops the chest. Rollins hits a snapmare and kicks Jey in the back. Rollins connects with a back suplex for a two-count. A “CM Punk” chant picks up a bit. Rollins gets to his feet and pulls Jey up. Jey blocks a back suplex, so Rollins clubs away at the spine. Jey flips through a back suplex and hits a back suplex into a neckbreaker for a two-count.

Rollins is wobbling on his feet. Jey punches him to the corner and lifts him for a backbreaker for a two-count. Jey is targeting the chronically injured back of Rollins. Jey charges Rollins, but Rollins drops him on the apron. Jey rebounds with a kick to the face and goes to the top rope. Rollins quickly drops Jey with a step-up enzuigiri. Jey lands on the apron. Rollins goes for a Pedigree on the apron, but Jey lifts Rollins up. Rollins slides off and goes for a powerbomb. Rollins pulls him down and goes for a Buckle Bomb into the barricade, but Jey fights out. Jey then drops the World Heavyweight Champion with a DDT on the floor!

Back from the final break of the evening, Rollins and Jey are exchanging punches before Rollins clotheslines him over the top rope. Rollins hits a suicide dive and gets in the ring for another, but Jey follows him in. Jey clotheslines Rollins over the top rope and hits Rollins with a suicide dive. Jey gets in the ring and misses a pair of clotheslines. Both men wipe each other out with stereo running cross-body blocks.

They soon get up, but Jey lays in some right hands. The champion is on wobbly legs, but he doesn’t go down. Rollins quickly strikes away at Jey and clotheslines him down. A “CM Punk” chant picks up. Rollins hits Jey with a running forearm. Jey avoids a second one and kicks him in the midsection. Jey takes his shirt off and uppercuts Rollins. Jey hits an enzuigiri that knocks Rollins into the corner. Jey hits a running hip attack, paying homage to Umaga. Jey goes to the top rope, but he jumps over Rollins as he charges. Rollins connects with a Sling Blade and goes to the top rope for a Frog Splash. Rollins picks up a near fall.

Both men take a moment to collect themselves. Rollins sizes Jey up and kicks him in the midsection before hooking the arms. Jey hits a back body drop to get out of the Pedigree and covers him for a two-count. They trade superkicks, and Jey comes out on top. Jey immediately goes to the top rope and hits an Uso Splash for a near fall!

Jey goes to the apron and pulls himself to the top rope again. Rollins meets him up there, hits a superplex, and rolls into a falcon arrow for a near fall. Rollins immediately follows up with a Pedigree for a near fall. Rollins is fired up and waits for Jey to get up. Jey avoids a Stomp and catches Rollins with a Spear for a near fall! Jey cannot believe it. Jey sets up for a second Spear, but Rollins kicks him and hits a Buckle Bomb. Rollins hits the ropes, but Jey catches him with a Spear from out of nowhere! Jey flies up to the top rope and hits an Uso Splash! 1… 2… Rollins kicks out! The crowd is stunned!

Jey looks down at Rollins, who is on his knees and sneering at him. Jey superkicks him and hits the ropes for a Spear, but Rollins intercepts him with a Pedigree! Rollins follows up with a Spear to retain the title.

Winner by Pinfall and still World Heavyweight Champion: Seth “Freakin” Rollins
Rollins pulls Jey to his feet before celebrating in the ring. Jey rolls out of the ring to give Rollins the spotlight. All of a sudden, Drew McIntyre absolutely annihilates Jey Uso with a Claymore Kick from out of nowhere! Rollins goes for a suicide dive to attack McIntyre, but McIntyre catches him and hits an overhead belly-to-belly suplex on the floor! McIntyre immediately clears the commentary table and hits Jey with a release vertical suplex through it! McIntyre stands over the broken Jey Uso and shouts, “And the truth shall set you free!”


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