Roman Reigns has just received a new servant in his corner in the form of Jey Uso. The latter was forced to fall in line after coming up short at Hell In A Cell I Quit Universal Championship Match. The character change came with a heel turn for Uce. But that’s definitely not the only change, we can expect for the Samoan Dynasty members.
First of all, Roman Reigns is going to lead The Usos in a group. For the first time, the brothers will be functioning as a faction in WWE. Then there have been some speculations of Reigns potentially changing up his own entrance which could also finally happen. He also changed his look and is performing without that Shield’s “protective vest”.
Roman Reigns & The Usos: WWE Has Big Plans For Samoan Family
According to Wrestling News, The Usos must be getting similar treatment in terms of their looks, gears, and entrance music. When Jimmy Uso finally returns, we can “expect some changes to the Usos.” The team will be only wrestling shirtless just like their leader Roman Reigns. Plus, they will also get new music. Their current “Day One Ish” track won’t be used with other CFO$ tracks.
It was also reported by the source that “This story is meant to elevate Roman Reigns but also to bring Jimmy and Jey up to the next level as well.” This stable will be so stronger that could appear to be a threat to the SmackDown roster, down the line. Thus, the earlier reports of WWE not breaking up The Usos appear to be true. Unlike The New Day, this team will be intact on the roster.
It’ll be interesting to see what WWE does with Jimmy and Jey Uso, eventually. Aligning themselves with The Tribal Chief Roman Reigns will certainly keep them under a push. They have already raised Jey Uso’s value as a singles superstar in Jimmy’s absence. The spotlight to Jey is finally was finally given as he featured in two back to back marquee matches in WWE PPVs.
Jey Uso took a nasty table bump on SmackDown while carrying out Roman Reigns’ order of falling in the line and turning heel while beating down Daniel Bryan. While jumping off the top turnbuckle, Jey’s sternum collided with the corner of the table.
Fans were worried about his health as he continued the beatdown, afterward. Fightful Select reports that Uce is doing okay.
“As noted on the Smackdown post-show on Fightful, Jey Uso was said to have been fine after a scary spot to close the show.”