Jey Uso has been in no man’s land with The Bloodline since walking out on the group at the Royal Rumble.
At the end of the show, Sami Zayn nailed Roman Reigns with a steel chair to spark his exit from the group. However, when the faction descended on Zayn in retaliation, Jey left the ring seemingly turning his back on his family.
What followed was weeks of uncertainty around his future as Roman Reigns grew increasingly frustrated with his indecisive cousin. On the March 3rd episode of SmackDown, The Tribal Chief sent a warning to Jimmy that he needed to get Jey back onside otherwise he would be the one to pay.
Fast forward to Raw and a match between Solo Sikoa and Kevin Owens opened the show, with Owens winning after Jimmy interfered. With a beatdown in full swing, Sami Zayn came to make the save only to be rejected by Owens once more. Zayn tried to clear the air again backstage but failed.
In the main event, Zayn took on Jimmy Uso in singles action. As the match barreled towards a conclusion, Jey appeared in the crowd and made his way to ringside. Jey seemed to be encouraging Jimmy, but the distracted enabled Zayn to grab the win.
However, the real story took place after the bell.
The SHOCKING ending to #WWERaw we all feared!
The battle lines have been drawn. pic.twitter.com/4OWu6nmYMJ
— WWE (@WWE) March 7, 2023
“You Thought I was Going To Choose You?!?!! – Jey Uso
Jimmy and Jey met in the ring, with the latter seemingly in distress about the decision he had to make. Eventually, he walked past his brother and out of the ring and embraced Zayn. But as the crowd roared their approval and a stunned Zayn came to terms with what happened after raising one finger to the sky seemingly in a show of unity, Jey smashed Zayn with a Superkick.
The Usos proceeded to put a beatdown on Zayn as they were joined by Solo Sikoa. Cody Rhodes ran in to make the save as the show went off the air.