Jonathan Solofa Fatu is an American professional wrestler signed with WWE. He is assigned to SmackDown and one-half of the SmackDown and RAW Tag Team Champion with Jey Uso. He is also a part of The Bloodline. He is a former seven-time tag team champion.
Professional Wrestling Career
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.
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.
In 2020, Jimmy was involved in a storyline with Jey Uso and Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship. Jimmy was attacked and put under a submission which made Jey quit the match at Hell in a Cell. After his return, Jimmy began working with Jey and joined The Bloodline. 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 with RAW Tag Team Champions RK-Bro leading to a title unification match which The Usos managed to win.
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.
At 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 was convinced by this and asked Solo Sikoa to take him out only for Jey to stop him and play a video tape which showed Zayn's loyalty. Reigns declared Zayn "Not Guilty...... for now."
The Usos then had a match against the 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.
*Updated on 30th January, 2023