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Reason Why WWE Didn’t Punish Jimmy Uso For DUI Reportedly Revealed

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A new report has shed light on Jimmy Uso and his recent DUI arrest with WWE making no statement on the situation and Uso’s status in the company seemingly unchanged.

Having recently closed out SmackDown by brawling with Edge as part of the main event scene on the blue brand, Uso – real name Jonathan Fatu – has gone from being prominently featured on WWE television to behind bars as TMZ reported that Uso was arrested on Monday evening at 10:35 pm.

Jimmy Uso was booked for DUI in July 2019, before being found not guilty by a jury, as well as being arrested shortly beforehand in 2019 when he was allegedly involved in an altercation with police in Detroit.

The goal for WWE, Meltzer says, is to have The Rock and Roman Reigns facing off at the event in Dallas, Texas. One idea is that if adjustments need to be made regarding injury fears and The Rock’s movie commitments, that the match could be turned into a tag team affair with The Usos on opposite teams.

The Rock still keeps himself in great physical condition but at his last big match at WrestleMania 29 he tore his abdomen and adductor muscles that apparently put paid to the Hollywood star beginning a program with Brock Lesnar the next night that would have led to those two megastars facing off at WrestleMania 30.

Credit: Wrestling Observer Newsletter