Jey Uso

Jey Uso

Personal Information

Full Name Joshua Samuel Fatu
Date of Birth August 15, 1985
Nationality USA
Birth Place San Francisco, California
Height 6'2"
Weight 242 lb (110 kg)
Current Team(s)
Theme Song Done With That (Day One Remix)
Debut June 8, 2009
Nickname Main Event Jey Uso
Family Samoan Family
Spouse Takecia Travis (m. 2015)

Jey Uso News

John Cena's former tag team partner to team up with him after 15 years to defeat The Bloodline at WWE Fastlane 2023? Exploring the possibility
John Cena's former tag team partner to team up with him after 15 years to defeat The Bloodline at WWE Fastlane 2023? Exploring the possibility
16-year veteran to win first singles championship in WWE? Exploring why it must happen
16-year veteran to win first singles championship in WWE? Exploring why it must happen
Jey Uso posts an edited romantic picture with Rhea Ripley; calls out Dominik Mysterio
Jey Uso posts an edited romantic picture with Rhea Ripley; calls out Dominik Mysterio
Jey Uso to betray loyal ally soon? The signs are hidden in plain sight on WWE RAW
Jey Uso to betray loyal ally soon? The signs are hidden in plain sight on WWE RAW
Cody Rhodes fulfills fan’s heartwarming birthday wish on WWE RAW
Cody Rhodes fulfills fan’s heartwarming birthday wish on WWE RAW

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Jey Uso: A Brief Biography

Joshua Samuel Fatu is an American professional wrestler signed with WWE. He is assigned to WWE RAW and is working as a solo superstar for only the second time in his WWE career after 2020. He is also a part of The Bloodline. He is a former eight-time tag team champion.

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Early Life

Jey Uso was born in San Francisco, California on the 22nd of August in 1985. He is the younger twin among the two with a nine-minute difference in their births.

At Escambia High School in Pensacola, Florida, the brothers were involved in competitive football before pursuing their football careers at the University of West Alabama. They both played as linebackers, with Jimmy Uso participating for one season in 2003 and Jey Uso playing from 2003 to 2005.

Professional Wrestling Career

WWE (2010-present)

Debut and Various Feuds (2010-2014)

Before moving to the main roster, Jey and Jimmy Uso worked in FCW. After a year in FCW, they moved the team to the main roster, where they attacked The Hart Family and Natalya with the help of Tamina. The team's first feud was with The Hart Family but they failed to win the feud and the championships.

The Usos spent the first few years chasing the tag team gold but were unsuccessful. In 2013, The Usos went to NXT and feuded with The Ascension. The storyline ended when Cameron was released from the company, and The Usos moved back to the main roster. Upon their return, they had several classics with The Shield and Rhodes Family.


Various Championship Reigns (2014-2019)

In March, The Usos defeated The New Age Outlaws to win their first WWE Tag Team Championship. After 200 days, they lost the title to Gold and Stardust. In December, they won their second WWE Tag Team Championship from The Miz and Damien Mizdow. However, they lost the titles to Cesaro and Tyson Kidd at Fastlane.

In 2015, they spent their year facing various tag teams such as Prime Time Players, New Day, Dudley Boyz, The Lucha Dragons, Los Matadores, The Ascension, and The Wyatt Family. At WrestleMania 32, they defeated The Dudley Boyz.

In 2016, The Usos went under a character change and become more brash and edgy. They began their feud with American Alpha on SmackDown and won their first SmackDown Tag Team Championship before WrestleMania 33. In 2017, they began their career's best feud with the New Day and won two more SmackDown Tag Team Championships.

In 2019, they became the first team to enter three WrestleManias in a row with the tag team championship. At WrestleMania 34, they lost the titles to The Bludgeon Brothers. At WrestleMania 35, they retained their championship. After Mania, they lost the titles to The Hardy Boyz. During the Draft, they moved to RAW and spent a year before returning to SmackDown.

The Bloodline (2020-Present)

In 2020, Jey Uso began feuding with Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship. Jey faced Roman Reigns at Clash of Champions and Hell in a Cell before acknowledging the Tribal Chief. Jey began working as Reign's right-hand man and assisted him during his matches. At WrestleMania 37, Jey won the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal. At Money in the Bank, The Usos won their seventh WWE and fifth SmackDown Tag Team Championship. At WrestleMania 38, The Usos defeated Shinsuke Nakamura and Rick Boogs.

They soon began feuding against the RAW Tag Team Champions RK-Bro leading to a title unification match which The Usos won.


At Survivor Series 2022, the Bloodline defeated the team of Sheamus, Butch, Ridge Holand, KO, and Drew McIntyre in a war games match when Zayn delivered a low blow to Kevin Owens and Jimmy hit a splash for the 3-count.

In the Raw is XXX episode, The Bloodline held the trial of Sami Zayn to decide whether he is with the Bloodline or against them. Paul Heyman claimed that Zayn was in league with Kevin Owens and would betray the Bloodline. Reigns is convinced by this and asks Solo Sikoa to take him out only for Jey to stop him and play a videotape that showed Zayn's loyalty. Reigns declared Zayn "Not Guilty...... for now."

The Usos then had a match against Judgement Day for the Raw Tag team championship. Jimmy apparently got hurt during the match following which he was replaced by Sami Zayn. Jey and Zayn hit the 1D for the win.

Jey Uso Segment Announced For March 10 WWE SmackDown - WrestleTalk

At Royal Rumble 2023, Sami Zayn finally snapped and betrayed Roman Reigns, following which Jey Uso walked out of the ring while the other members of The Bloodline beat Zayn in the ring. Uso would go on to miss a few programming before showing up on the March 6th episode of RAW where he sided with his brother Jimmy and super-kicked Zayn.

On the March 20th episode, Zayn reunited with Owens and challenged The Usos for the WWE Undisputed Tag Team Championship. The two teams battled it out in the main event of Night One of WrestleMania Hollywood. The hard-hitting contest saw the challengers bag the win bringing an end to the 622-day title reign of The Usos. The animosity between the two parties continued following the event and The Usos are all set to team up with Solo Sikoa to take on Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens and Matt Riddle at WWE Backlash 2023 in a Six Man Tag Team Match. The brothers emerged victorious in the match.

Following the event, Solo Sikoa and Reigns challenged for the tag team titles at Night of Champions 2023. The Usos interfered and tried to attack Sami Zayn but accidentally super kicked Solo Sikoa infuriating Roman Reigns. Jimmy Uso lost his temper at this and attacked Reigns leaving The Bloodline. He was officially kicked out of the group by Sikoa and Reigns the following night.

A few weeks later, Jey Uso made his decision and sided by his brother Jimmy. He made his decision known to the world by super-kicking Reigns. The two teams then collided in a highly-entertaining and hard-hitting match at Money in the Bank 2023. In the match that lasted over half an hour, it was The Usos who scored the victory, and that too by pinning Roman Reigns.

Jey Uso pinned The Tribal Chief, marking his first pinfall loss since 2019. Following the event, Jey Uso challenged his cousin for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship and the recognition of Tribal Chief. Both disputes are due to be settled at SummerSlam 2023. Roman Reigns and Jey Uso collided in the first-ever Tribal Combat match to settle their differences.

At the event, Uso was about to pin Reigns when someone broke the pin. The maskman removed his mask and revealed himself to be Jimmy Uso. This helped Reigns pick up the victory. Following this betrayal from his brother, Jey decided to quit from SmackDown. At Payback 2023, Cody Rhodes in Grayson Waller Effect announced that Jey Uso was now joining Monday Night RAW as a solo wrestler.

Jey Uso Championships and Accomplishments

  • WWE
    • WWE Raw Tag Team Championship (3 times, current)
    • WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship (5 times, current)
    • André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal (2021) – Jey Uso
    • Slammy Award (2 times)
      • Tag Team of the Year (2014, 2015)

Jey Uso Net Worth

As per Insidesport, Jey Uso is worth around USD 2 Million as of 2023.

Jey Uso Family

Jey Uso was born into the decorated Samoan Family who are known for their continued contribution to the growth and success of pro wrestling as a whole. Click here to read in complete about the Anoa' i Family.

Jimmy Uso (Twin brother)

Jimmy Uso, whose real name is Jonathan Solofa Fatu, is a professional wrestler who, like his brother Jey Uso, is part of the Anoa'i wrestling family. Jimmy and Jey have had a close relationship since they were young, and they often worked together as a tag team in WWE, known as The Usos. As a team, they have won the WWE Tag Team Championship several times and have been recognized as one of the best tag teams in WWE history.

Solo Sikoa (Brother)

Solo Sikoa is the youngest brother of Jey Uso. Like his brothers, Sikoa is also a member of The Bloodline and is usually the enforcer of Roman Reigns. Sikoa is a former NXT North American Champion. Sikoa is the son of WWE legend Rikishi.

Roman Reigns (Cousin)

The man who needs no introduction, Roman Reigns is one of the biggest names in the sports industry at present. Every WWE fan is well aware of the relationship between Jey Uso and Roman Reigns. The two are cousins and have often worked on the same page in WWE.

Rikishi (Father)

Solofa F. Fatu Jr. was a professional wrestler who went by the name Rikishi, which in Japanese means a sumo wrestler, a title similar to that of his cousin Yokozuna. Rikishi made his debut in the WWF in 1992 as part of the tag team The Headshrinkers, alongside his cousin Samu. During the Attitude Era, Rikishi gained notoriety for his signature move, The Stink Face, and became embroiled in feuds with several high-profile wrestlers, including Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, Undertaker, and his cousin The Rock.

In his career, he held the WWF Intercontinental Championship once and the tag team titles thrice. In 2015, he was honored with induction into the WWE Hall of Fame. His sons are Jey Uso, Jimmy Uso, and Solo Sikoa.

The Wild Samoans (Uncles)

The Wild Samoans, a tag team comprised of brothers Sika (Leati Sika Anoa'i Amituana'i) and Afa (Arthur Anoa'i Sr.), made their mark in the world of professional wrestling by winning a total of 21 Tag Team Championships across various promotions, including Mid-South Wrestling, NWA, and WWE (formerly known as WWF). They debuted in the WWF in January 1980, with Lou Albano serving as their manager.

During their career, they held the WWF World Tag Team Championships three times and briefly wrestled for NJPW after leaving the WWF. Sika's son, Roman Reigns, is one of the biggest WWE superstars. In recognition of their successful wrestling careers, The Wild Samoans were inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2007.

Jey Uso's Wife

Jey Uso is married to Takecia Travis in 2015. The couples have two sons together.


A. Jey Uso is billed at a height of 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m).

A. Jey Uso's biceps are around 16 inches. 

A. Jey Uso is worth around USD 2 Million in 2023. 

A. Jey Uso is married to Takecia Travis since 2015.

A. Jey Uso left SmackDown on August 11 episode. At Payback 2023, it was announced that he had now joined RAW as a solo wrestler.