A few days back, reports were available regarding The Usos and Naomi that had negative updates on their careers. Both Jey and Jimmy Uso have been out of action alongside the latter’s wife, Naomi.
Apparently, WWE did not have any plans intact for them that wiped out the chances of their imminent return. Now after a long wait, it looks like one of them will be back on TV.
It’s Naomi who’s been a former SmackDown women’s champion on two occasions. With a charismatic personality and high-flying agility, she is a super babyface personality that the WWE fans love to see.
If the latest reports are to go by then the WWE Universe will be delighted with her presence, very soon. She is gearing up to make a much-anticipated return.
Slice Wrestling gave updates on the two-time women’s champion stating that Naomi is all set to come back after missing months of WWE action. We have seen her last on TV that is wrestling in a ring on July, 22nd 2019. It was during a TV taping of WWE “Main Event” where she pinned former Riott Squad member, Sarah Logan.
Thereafter, WWE sidelined Naomi for numerous reasons. Thankfully, SW reported that WWE has some plans available for her,
“Naomi has been out of WWE action dealing with health and personal issues. Her current return is tentatively expected by November/December 2019 and she will be a significant part of the WWE Women’s Division. The latest discussions are for Naomi to join the SmackDown brand upon her return but no final decisions have been made.”
SmackDown women’s division needs more names on the card to give competition to the Raw roster. Naomi would be a perfect fit for the blue brand like her championship days. Originally, she is still a Raw roster member as per the Superstar Shakeup that happened in April.
Naomi and The Usos had to deal with some personal family matter problems as indicated on Total Divas. Also, The Usos got arrested in the recent past that also brought more troubles to their WWE status. Hopefully, the company got past with that and will allow them to compete like earlier days.