Jey Uso made his highly-anticipated return to WWE on this week’s episode of SmackDown, where he reunited with Jimmy Uso to successfully defend the SmackDown Tag Team Championship against Braun Strowman and Ricochet. Jey’s part on the show wasn’t over though. Later in the night, Sami Zayn appreciated Jey for turning his back on Roman Reigns and The Bloodline when they attacked the former Honorary Uce.

Sami Zayn also informed Jey that he was going to dethrone Roman Reigns and that there was an escape plan for Uso. Zayn then acknowledged Jey, and the moment caused sent the WWE Universe into a frenzy.

Sami Zayn posed for a fist bump. While Jey didn’t reciprocate right away, Zayn continued to hold his fist out before announcing his leave. Jey instantly hit him with the fist bump to conclude the segment.

The moving segment between Sami Zayn and Jey Uso provided that the two were finally able to connect on an emotional level. The exchange between them showed that despite their differences, they can still come together in support of each other.


Sami Zayn tweeted a heartfelt message to Uso after the show. On his Instagram story, Uso responded with a picture of himself and Zayn hugging each other and a heartfelt message of his own.

“We ain’t got to dream no more,” wrote Zayn.

Sami Zayn will challenge Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at Elimination Chamber. Fans can expect a brawl between Kevin Owens & Jey Uso vs. Solo Sikoa & Jimmy Uso at ringside during the course of the match.

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Saptarshi Sinha

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