During the recent SummerSlam 2023 main event, Jimmy Uso backstabbed his twin brother Jey Uso. Roman Reigns appeared to be on the verge of being defeated by Jey Uso, also known as "Main Event Jey" for the Undisputed Universal Championship when a disguised Jimmy hauled him to the ground and delivered a superkick.
The entire arena was shocked upon seeing Jimmy betraying his twin brother. Jimmy hasn't yet provided an explanation for his actions, though. Whatever justification he offers, it will inevitably result in him facing off against his own brother.
A specific creative force in WWE believes that "Jimmy vs. Jey" is a WrestleMania-level programme, according to WrestleVotes on Twitter. However, it is unlikely to materialise because the majority believes it would be unreasonable to wait 35 weeks.
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Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso might have more than one interaction throughout their match, which might be pretty entertaining. The two have, after all, been a team their entire lives. After SummerSlam, it seems as though their battle is closer than ever. What WWE might do with the Bloodline saga in the interim is the big question. There are 35 weeks until WrestleMania, and since the WWE has already accomplished a lot, anything might happen.