Jey Uso is eager to extend the reach of his legendary family within the company. Over the years, WWE has spotlighted the lineage of the Anoaʻi Family through the Bloodline stable, comprising notable figures like Roman Reigns, The Rock, Solo Sikoa, and Jimmy Uso. This focus has resonated strongly with fans, drawing considerable attention to the familial legacy in WWE.

In recent interview on the Battleground Podcast, Jey Uso reflected on the success of the Bloodline and expressed his openness to seeing more family members join the WWE ranks for greater exposure. Although no longer part of the group, Jey readily encourages unsigned family talent to align themselves with the ‘Tribal Chief.’

“Man, come. We family at the end of the day, come. Some of your worst enemies might be in your family, but at the end of the day, we are all still family,” said Jey, emphasizing the familial bond as a driving force.

Jey acknowledged the success of family members wrestling in various promotions but emphasized the potential for collective achievement under the WWE banner. He envisioned a scenario where numerous family members, possibly even ten or more, could thrive within the company, hinting at exciting prospects for the future.

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“…I feel like if we all come to the big leagues, the WWE, bruh, it’s mindblowing what could happen,” said Jey. He added, “…Man, at least almost ten deep in there, Uce, like what, and let alone some big hitters. So, man, the future is bright is all I’m going to say.”

While specific names weren’t disclosed, speculation among fans has centered on the potential signings of Jacob Fatu and Tama Tonga, both accomplished performers with ties to the Anoaʻi Family. Jacob Fatu, known as ‘The Samoan Werewolf,’ has garnered attention as a former MLW World Champion and expressed interest in joining WWE. Similarly, Tama Tonga, although not directly related by blood, is considered part of the family due to his lineage and is rumored to be on the verge of signing with WWE after a successful stint in New Japan Pro Wrestling.

With the possibility of these notable additions, Jey’s aspiration for a more extensive family presence in WWE could soon materialize. Such developments promise exciting narratives and engagements for WWE fans to enjoy in the coming years.

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Steve Carrier

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