The Day Ones

Name: Jimmy & Jey Uso
Birthday: August 22, 1985
Hometown: San Fransico, California
Debut: FCW(2009) WWE(May 24, 2010)
Height/Weight: 6’2/242lbs (Jey)
6’3/251lbs (Jimmy)
Finishers: Samoan Drop into a Diving Splash
Title Reigns: FCW Tag Team Champions (1 Time) WWE Tag Team Champions (2 Times) WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions (4 Times) Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal Winner (Jey Uso)
Other Accomplishments: PWI Tag Team of The Year 2014, Rolling Stone Tag Team of the Year 2017, 2014 and 2015 Slammy Award, CBS Sports Tag Team of the Year (2018) Feud of the Year (Jey Uso vs Roman Reigns)

Mini Bio: Family. Family protects at all costs. They make sure that everyone at their table is fed. Jimmy and Jey both have that protector in Roman Reigns. Reigns is currently the Universal Champion and his family has rightfully named him the Tribal Chief or The Head of the Table. Reigns had to work hard to get his two cousins, The Usos, to fall in line. Jey fell in line fairly quickly, but when Jimmy returned, he was having none of that. He feels Roman let the title go to his head. The Usos alone are 7x Tag Team Champions and have been named Tag Team of the year. Jey even won the Andre The Giant Battle Royal. So when it comes to hard work, they aren’t afraid, but they accomplished it on their own.

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July 16th: SmackDown – Toyota Center Houston TX
July 18th: Money In The Bank – Fort Worth TX
July 23rd: SmackDown – Cleveland OH
July 30th: SmackDown – Minneapolis MN
July 31st: WWE Live Supershow – Milwaukee WI
August 1st: WWE Live Supershow – Detroit MI
August 6th: SmackDown – Tampa FL
August 7th: WWE Live Supershow – Estero FL
August 8th: WWE Live Supershow – Gainsville FL
August 13th: SmackDown – Tulsa OK
August 15th: WWE Live Supershow – Columbia SC
August 22nd: WWE Live Supershow – Denver CO
August 27th: SmackDown – North Little Rock AR
September 3rd: SmackDown – Jacksonville FL

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  2021/07/17
SmackDown Results: WWE Welcomes Back the WWE Universe (July 16, ...
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It has been a year and a half since the superstars of the WWE were in front of live crowds. Since the world was basically shut down due to the Corona Virus pandemic, WWE set up shop in what was known as the Thunderdome with an autotuned crowd. Wrestlemania was moved to two nights, which was actually a great idea since it is the longest Pay Per View in WWE. The Usos were out due to Jimmy Usos injury until the May 29 SmackDown episode where Jey was entered into a 10-man Battle Royal where he was the runner up. This was what eventually started his solo run and run alongside Roman Reigns. On the May 7, 2021 episode of SmackDown, Jimmy Uso returned and now after some back and forth between he and Roman, the Bloodline is stronger than ever. The Usos are now in the hunt to become the 7x WWE Tag Team Champions. Tonight they are in action along side Roman Reigns to face Edge and The Mysterios. What will happen in this EXPLOSIVE 6 man tag team main event?

Match Number One: Jimmy Uso, Jey Uso, and Roman Reigns (with Paul Heyman) versus Edge, Dominik Mysterio, and Rey Mysterio

Jey hits Edge from behind and the referee starts the match. Edge with a flapjack to Jey. Dominik tags in and gives Jey an arm wringer and then Rey tags in and he hits a double sledge. Rey with a wrist lock and Jey with a forearm and Jimmy tags in. Rey with an arm drag into an arm bar. Edge tags in and he kicks Jimmy in the arm. Edge continues to work on the arm. Rey tags back in and Edge holds Jimmy for a springboard seated senton splash for a near fall. Dominik tags in and he hits a double jump moonsault for a near fall. Dominik with an arm drag into an arm bar. Jey tags in and he connects with an enzuigiri and Jimmy with an enzuigiri. Jey with a splash into the corner and it is time for the table to tag in. Roman pulls Dominik out of the ring to the floor. Roman gets a near fall. Dominik goes back to the floor and Roman watches from the apron. Roman sends Dominik’s head into the announce table. Roman sets for a power bomb onto the announce table and hits it.

We are back and Dominik kicks Jimmy and hits a tornado DDT. Both men are down. Jey tags in and so does Edge. Edge goes after Jimmy on the apron and he swings at Roman. Edge with a hot shot to Jey followed by a baseball slide to Jimmy and a clothesline to Roman. Rey tags in and hits a springboard seated senton and then Rey with a satellite DDT and Jimmy breaks up the cover. Dominik sends Jimmy to the floor and Dominik with a springboard cross body to Jimmy but Roman sends Dominik into the ring post. Jey with a punch and Rey with a rana that sends Jey into the ropes but Roman blocks the 619 and he runs Rey into the apron and then back into the ring. Edge spears Roman because Roman was distracted by an announcer standing up. Rey with an O’Connor Roll for a near fall and Jimmy punches Rey and Jey with a rollup and some help for the three count.

Winners: Jimmy Uso, Jey Uso, and Roman Reigns

After the match, Jey attacks Rey and sends Rey into the ring post. Jimmy and Jey work over Dominik. Edge comes in and hits Jimmy and Jey with a steel chair. Roman with a Superman punch to Edge. Roman picks up the chair and he breaks off the cross piece. Edge with a spear and then he grabs the part of the chair.
Edge puts Roman in the crossface and uses the piece of the chair in Roman’s mouth. Roman is signaling to someone by patting his head (because we know that Roman does not tap out)
Edge stands over Roman with the title belt in his hand and then he puts it back on top of Roman.

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  2020/10/04
WWE Clash 2020: Who Is The Real Tribal Chief of The Samoan Dynas...
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All of their lives, Roman Reigns, Jimmy and Jey Uso have been almost inseparable. From school to sports, this triple threat has gone through the ups and downs of life together. No matter what happened, they are family. They hail from one of the most family oriented cultures in the world. Being Samoan doesn’t just mean tanned skin and wavy hair. It doesn’t mean demigod or island goddess either. It means family. It means love and honor. Being apart of the Samoan Dynasty means whatever you do in life and wherever you go, you always have family first. Everything you do is for your family. In sports Entertainment as well.

For generations, the Samoan Dynasty has taken over the wrestling circuit. From the High Chief Peter Maivia to Yokozuna and Umaga to Sika, Afa, and Rikishi. Sika is Roman Reigns father and Rikishi is the father of Jimmy and Jey Uso. Early in March during Wrestlemania, Jimmy Uso went out with an ACL injury. These injuries take some time to mend. Where does that leave Jey? Jey was not about to sit around and do nothing. He shed blood, sweat and tears and fought his way into the main event title picture of WWE Clash of Champions: Gold Rush Week after week, Jey showed Roman his way of working as a team, until Roman showed him last Friday how to work alone. Working alone, no one has your back. Apparently not even your own blood. Who do you think walks out of WWE Clash the SmackDown Champion? We know it is gonna be a war. Results from the event are below.

Clash of Champions Digitals | Clash of Champions Video Captures

Call him The Big Dog, call him the Universal Champion, and now, call him “The Chief.”

That’s what Roman Reigns demands to be called, and after the shocking brutality he unleashed on his own cousin, Jey Uso, to retain the Universal Championship, who would argue otherwise?

The highly personal family issue set the stage for an intense battle from the opening bell, with Reigns happy to engage in trash talk almost immediately.

Jey quickly appeared overmatched, with any offense he mounted quickly stymied by The Big Dog.

But Jey eventually quickened the pace, putting Reigns on his heels after hitting a pair of tope suicidas and a superkick to net a near-fall. He again came close to scoring one of the greatest upsets in WWE history with two more near-falls following a roll-up and his top-rope splash. But in kicking out after the splash, Reigns caught Jey with a low blow and later donned a smile, suggesting it was intentional.

Reigns leveled his cousin with a Spear, resuming the verbal lashing and refusing to cease the beating until Jey acknowledged him as his “tribal chief” before hitting another Spear on his defiant cousin.

Jey’s brother Jimmy emerged, pleading for his brother to let him throw in the towel, but a barely conscious Jey insisted otherwise. That was until Reigns proceeded to rain down lefts and rights with Jey unable to protect himself, practically forcing his brother to throw in the towel and forfeit the match.

Disgusted by his cousin’s actions, Jimmy gave Reigns want he wanted, calling him “The Chief” after the bell. Paul Heyman crowned Reigns with the same lei Jey wore to the ring to complete the coronation.

 
  2019/05/02
Monday Night Raw Results: April 29, 2019
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Raw Digitals

Anyone who was worried that The Usos were going to slow-burn their way into the thick of Raw’s Tag Team division can rest easy: Jimmy & Jey are taking to the red waters just as expertly as they took to the blue, even notching something of a twofer in their third week as Raw Superstars by upending one team in the ring and worming their way into the psyche of another.

The team they beat? Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson, back on Raw and looking for a big win against the team they ambushed on their very first night in WWE. For the most part, they made a statement, ground-and-pounding The Usos into a ditch that they narrowly escaped with stereo superkicks to Gallows and a splash from Jimmy to the big man’s torso for the 1-2-3. But the meat of their evening was the reveal of something the WWE Universe had allegedly “never” seen: A video of The Revival’s Dash Wilder shaving his partner Scott Dawson’s back.

To their credit, Dash & Dawson hit the stage and mounted a passionate defense of the arrangement — Dawson’s back is so wide as to make shaving it himself scientifically impossible, and Wilder is his best friend, so of course he’d ask his help — but The Usos’ continued mockery started to chip away at the “Top Guys’” pride. Nonetheless, they opted to put a pin in this one, at least until after their match later tonight against Raw Tag Team Champions Zack Ryder & Curt Hawkins. After then? Jimmy & Jey are fair game.

 
  2019/04/15
Monday Night Raw Results: April 15, 2019
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Raw Digitals

In case you missed it last week, Bobby Roode & Chad Gable have embraced the chaos, thrown sportsmanship to the winds and adopted a new, markedly meaner attitude. Nastiness certainly looked good on them even in defeat, but as they learned on Raw, they have a ways to go to catch up with the inventors of the form. Following an open challenge of sorts, The Usos — who hit their stride after finding their own mean streak a few years ago — came over from SmackDown LIVE and humbled the former Raw Tag Team Champions in a nasty little match that showcased Jimmy & Jey’s sharp in-ring chops and how very, very crowded the Raw Tag Team division is becoming.

The Usos seemed to think this was going to be a cakewalk, and the glorious duo quickly convinced them otherwise, with Gable proving to be a pitbull on the mat. But when the tide turned, it turned quickly, as The Usos pounced with a series of superkicks — one to Gable, one to Roode and then two more to Gable — before finishing the Minnesota stretcher off with a Double Uce. Roode & Gable still looked great, but this was The Usos’ stark reminder to a Raw roster that might have forgotten: When it comes to all things bad — be they bad attitudes or bad men — the line forms behind them.

 
  2019/04/09
SmackDown Live Results: April 9, 2019
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Digitals

In an absolute dream match, The Usos defended the SmackDown Tag Team Titles against The Hardy Boyz on SmackDown LIVE.

The two legendary Hall of Fame-bound tag teams went at it with intensity as Matt & Jeff pushed the pace and staggered Jimmy & Jey with several of their signature moves. Jey regained the advantage for his team after connecting with the big splash, but the Hardys survived the onslaught. When The Charismatic Enigma avoided a double splash, The Hardy Boyz rallied, putting Jey down with a Twist of Fate and Swanton Bomb that secured them their eighth Tag Team Championship reign.

The good vibes wouldn’t last long though, as Lars Sullivan arrived and picked up right where he left off after attacking Kurt Angle last night. Matt & Jeff attempted to bring the fight to the monstrous Sullivan, but The Freak laid them out with a pair of Freak Accidents and nailed Matt with a devastating flying headbutt.

The Hardy Boyz were the new SmackDown Tag Team Champions, but they were also Lars’ latest victims.

 
  2019/04/07
Wrestlemania 35 Results: April 7, 2019 – The Usos def. Ale...
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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – For a brief moment at WrestleMania 35, the MetLife Stadium became The Uso Penitentiary as Jimmy & Jey stood tall on The Grandest Stage of Them All, defeating The Bar, Ricochet & Aleister Black and Shinsuke Nakamura & Rusev to retain the SmackDown Tag Team Championship.

The action was fast and furious right from the get-go as Aleister Black and Jey Uso traded holds, but the frantic nature of the Fatal 4-Way Match soon came into play, as members from all four teams tagged into the fray in rapid-fire succession.

The NXT upstarts looked like they had the upper hand, as Ricochet dizzied Cesaro with a dazzling headscissors takeover, but an uppercut from The Swiss Superstar stopped The One and Only right in his tracks. The Bar went on a rampage from there, as Cesaro spun Ricochet in the Cesaro Swing for minutes, while Sheamus grabbed anyone within reach and pummeled them with the Beats of the Bodhrán.

Ricochet recovered from Cesaro’s stomach-churning ride, but he was soon caught in the clutches of Rusev, who overpowered the speedy Superstar. Soon, the bout devolved into utter chaos, as a stacked superplex-powerbomb combo from the top rope brought all eight men crashing to the mat in a heap.

The relentless pace continued from there, as superkicks, Kinshasas and Black Masses were delivered with extreme precision. After Sheamus clobbered Ricochet with a Brogue Kick, though, The Celtic Warrior was all alone with Jimmy & Jey. The Usos took Sheamus down with a pair of superkicks, then crushed him with a double splash from the top rope to retain their titles.

The Usos may have left The Show of Shows with their SmackDown Tag Team Titles, but it was clear to the WWE Universe that there will be plenty of tough challenges ahead for the champions.

 
  2019/03/11
Fastlane 2019 Results
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Fastlane Digitals | Video Captures

CLEVELAND – None of it worked. Not The Miz’s hometown good vibes, not the presence of good-luck charm George Mizanin at ringside, not even the signature daredevilry of Shane McMahon. The Co-Besties, a.k.a. the Best Friends, a.k.a. McMiz, are neither SmackDown Tag Team Champions, nor are they apparently even a tag team anymore. At the very least, they likely aren’t friends, if we’re to take Shane’s stunning, post-match attack of The Awesome One at face value.

Of course, heinous ambushes are part and parcel of the game in a tag team division, but the former SmackDown Commissioner’s attack was doubly shocking because it came on the heels of one of his squad’s finest moments in the short-lived alliance, a match in which Shane literally went above and beyond to get to the cusp of victory against The Usos: In what will undoubtedly be this match’s signature moment, The Prodigal Son knocked Jimmy Uso flat out of the sky with a Coast-to-Coast as the titleholder attempted to pancake Miz with a top-rope splash.

The maneuver didn’t just launch a thousand .gifs; it gave The A-Lister new life in a match where Jimmy & Jey competed like they were looking to send a message, even going so far as to add new maneuvers to their repertoire — a pop-up Samoan Drop; a two-man swinging neckbreaker — as examples of the kind of chemistry and creativity that can only come about after years of teaming together. Miz, too, was looking to send a message; with his father in the front row, The Awesome One had been rolling like a house on fire all match and saved the finishing touch for last. At the old man’s urging, Miz ascended the top turnbuckle and attempted a Frog Splash of his own, only to be kneed by Jimmy and rolled up for three.

Cleveland still showered Miz with a hero’s reception in the wake of his defeat, and Shane seemed content to let his partner have his moment. At least until he bulldozed Miz from behind, pie-faced Mr. Mizanin in the crowd and locked The Awesome One in a triangle as Mr. Miz watched in horror. Tears will doubtlessly be shed for the sudden demise of one of SmackDown’s purest friendships, but perhaps the mourners shouldn’t be surprised. Shane is a self-professed student of the game, and the lesson about friends has been told time and time again. The last word on tonight might be that it was simply Miz’s turn to learn it.

 
  2018/09/04
It’s Rusev Day In A Thrilling Triple Threat Match: SmackDo...
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With the chance to face The Bar in the match that will determine who will challenge The New Day for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship, Rusev Day, The Usos and SAnitY squared off on the blue brand.

There was no shortage of action, as all three teams fought vigorously for the opportunity to get one step closer to The New Day and the titles. All three teams looked impressive, but Rusev & Aiden English showed they were finally be back on the same page in the closing moments. Eric Young illegally placed his feet on the ropes while attempting to pin Rusev, but English broke up the fall from the outside of the ring, and The Super Athlete blasted the SAnitY leader with a Machka Kick for the 1-2-3.

Afterward, The Bar arrived on the stage, seemingly laughing at their newfound opponents just one week before throwing down with them in a match that will determine the next challengers for The New Day!

 
  2018/07/04
Did The Usos LockDown Team Hell No’s Reunion?: SmackDown L...
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The Usos Confronted The Reunited Team Hell No

Following their shocking reunion last week, Team Hell No kicked off SmackDown LIVE by chatting with Renee Young. Kane explained to the WWE Universe that he figured it would only be a matter of time before Daniel Bryan could use some backup and that The Beard’s run-in with The Bludgeon Brothers last week was the time to come to the rescue. However, as the two friends tried to express their excitement about their upcoming SmackDown Tag Team Championship opportunity at WWE Extreme Rules, they also couldn’t help but fall back into their old patterns of arguing over… well, pretty much everything. The two soon found themselves in a shouting match, but they were quickly interrupted by The Usos.

Jimmy and Jey were happy to see that Team Hell No were back together but took great exception to Bryan & Kane receiving a title opportunity right out of the gate. The Usos believed that Bryan and Kane had been awarded the title match for all the wrong reasons, a claim that Team Hell No of course refuted. Seeing tensions rising between the two teams, SmackDown LIVE General Manager Paige hit the scene with a blockbuster announcement: Team Hell No would receive their opportunity against The Bludgeon Brothers for the SmackDown Tag Team Titles at WWE Extreme Rules no matter what. However, if The Usos could defeat Team Hell No tonight in the main event, Jimmy & Jey would be added to the match to make it a Triple Threat.

And, well, how do you say “no” to that?!

Team Hell No def. The Usos

With the stakes as high as could be for The Usos, Jimmy & Jey took on Team Hell No with a place in the SmackDown Tag Team Championship Match at WWE Extreme Rules on the line for them if they could prevail.

The two legendary tag teams went all out in a hard-hitting thriller that absolutely captivated the WWE Universe. As the match progressed, Jimmy & Jey caught fire, kept The “Yes!” Man down and continued to apply the pressure with high-impact offense. However, showing no rust at all, Daniel Bryan and Kane fought back, and when Kane incredibly caught both Usos in Chokeslam position from his back, Bryan knocked out Jimmy with the Running Knee, and The Big Red Machine connected with the Chokeslam on Jey for the win.

Team Hell No couldn’t bask in their victory as much as they would’ve liked, however, as their celebratory “Yes!” chant was cut short when The Bludgeon Brothers arrived at the top of the stage, staring holes into Bryan and Kane and reminding them of the challenge that awaits them at WWE Extreme Rules.

 
  2018/04/08
WrestleMania 34 Results: April 8th
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We go back to the ring after a break and out first comes The New Day – Xavier Woods, Big E and Kofi Kingston. Their special entrance involves little people dressed as stacks of pancakes. SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Uso are out next. The Bludgeon Brothers, Harper and Rowan, are out next.

Harper and Rowan get knocked off the apron to start things. The Usos and The New Day unload on Rowan and Harper early on but Jimmy Uso gets taken out by both men on the floor, sent into the steel ring steps. Harper gets whipped into Big E against the barrier. Harper launches Big E into a big shot from Rowan. Woods gets cornered by Harper and Rowan at the bottom of the ramp and it looks like they’re about to beat him down but he starts fighting. They end up launching him spine-first into the ring post on the floor. They bring Kofi into the ring and double team him now. Rowan dumps Jey Uso to the floor and they turn their attention back to Kofi.

Big E gets knocked off the apron. Jimmy tags himself in and he goes to work on Harper. The Usos double team Harper and he gets superkicked. Uso goes to the top for the big splash but Harper kicks out at 2. Jey is the legal man now. Rowan pulls Jimmy off the apron and prevents the double Uso. Big E comes in after Jey decks Harper. Harper avoids the Big Ending as things fall apart. Rowan catches a big Uso dive on the floor but The Usos double suplex Rowan on the floor.

Big E scoops Harper on his shoulder again. Kofi comes in and Big E gets sent to the floor. Harper slams Kofi with a big sideslam. More back and forth between the teams now. The Usos have Harper up top for a double team move bu Big E comes over. The Usos get knocked to the floor. Big E also gets sent to the floor. Kofi ends up in the ring alone with Harper, who is on the top. Kofi runs up but goes back down. Rowan powerbombs Kofi to the floor. Harper comes off the top for a big double team powerbomb on Kofi and holds it for the pin and the win.

Winners and New SmackDown Tag Team Champions: The Bludgeon Brothers

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