Currently positioned on the Monday Night Raw roster, Omos has remained a regular act on WWE programming since his main roster debut. ‘The Nigerian Giant’ arrived as AJ Styles’ towering bodyguard, winning the Raw Tag Team Championships alongside ‘The Phenomenal One’ before going their separate ways. He is now aligned with MVP, the former United States Champion having turned on Bobby Lashley.
The seven-foot-three WWE Superstar was last seen at Crown Jewel, losing to Braun Strowman in a colossal clash. This marked the return to premium live events for ‘The Monster of all Monsters’, who’d last been on a PLE card during May 2021’s WrestleMania Backlash.
Despite the loss, Omos had something to celebrate. In one of the most heartwarming encounters you’ll ever see from the monstrous star, he returned home to Nigeria for the first time in fourteen years. The moment he reunited with his family after almost a decade and a half away will bring a tear to anyone’s eye.
Omos Impressed WWE Officials At Crown Jewel
Wrestling Braun Strowman at Crown Jewel was yet another marquee attraction for Omos, following collisions with the likes of AJ Styles and Bobby Lashley. It’s said that, owing to the progress he’s made and his performance vs. the one-time WWE Universal Champion, Omos is impressing numerous WWE backstage personnel.
They believe the giant is making significant progress since signing with the sports entertainment giant almost four years ago, which is presumably why he’s been consistently positioned in these marquee showings vs. former World Champions.
The real-life Jordan Omogbehin was signed to WWE in January 2019, wrestling exclusively on the NXT live event circuit prior to joining the Monday Night Raw roster. He portrayed a giant ninja alongside Akira Tozawa and subsequently the doorman on the ill-fated Raw Underground before he officially became known as Omos.