Jey Uso Chooses Sides On WWE Raw

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He’s not heavy, he’s my Honorary Uce might have been Jey Uso’s thinking when he walked out on The Bloodline’s vicious attack on Sami Zayn at the Royal Rumble, but now the man in the middle has made clear where his loyalties lie.

Sami Zayn famously slammed a chair into the back of Roman Reigns at the Royal Rumble leading to a huge split in The Bloodline. Jimmy Uso and Solo Sikoa instantly pounced on Zayn showing their allegiance to The Tribal Chief but Jey Uso walked away.

At Elimination Chamber Jey Uso again found himself in the middle of the action as he stopped Roman Reigns from finishing off Zayn with a steel chair and then failed to do the deed himself when instructed by Reigns. An errant spear from Sami Zayn which hit Main Event Jey ended that conflict and Reigns defeated Zayn in his hometown to ensure a seventh WrestleMania main event.

On Raw in Boston, The Bloodline was in action as Kevin Owens took on Solo Sikoa. Sikoa was disqualified when Jimmy Uso interfered with Sami Zayn heading to the ring to even up the sides. Even still, Owens rejected Zayn’s olive branch once again.

Later in the evening, Zayn was in action against Jimmy Uso when Jey Uso made his presence felt in the crowd. The distraction to his brother was enough for Sami Zayn to pick up the win but things were far from over.

Jey Uso walked away from his brother and embraced Sami Zayn before he dropped the former Honorary Uce with a superkick, leading the three-on-one beatdown. It wasn’t Kevin Owens who came to Zayn’s rescue but rather Roman Reigns’ WrestleMania opponent, Cody Rhodes, who chased off The Bloodline to end the heartbreaking show.