WrestleMania 40 Saturday was the sight for the third time in the history of WWE that real-life brothers collided against each other on the Grandest Stage of them all. This encounter pitted, once, one of the most accomplished tag teams of all time, Jey and Jimmy Uso going to war to prove their supremacy.

It had been weeks and months since Jimmy turned his back on his brother and cost Jey multiple opportunities. Having taken enough of his estranged twin, the leader of the YEET movement challenged Jimmy Uso to a match at WrestleMania 40, which he accepted.

The match began with the Main Event Jey Uso walking down to the ring by music sensation Lil Wayne, while Jimmy Uso debuted his own version of the Uso song as part of his new theme song. Jey wasted no time and launched straight off the ropes on his brother before the match even began.

As soon as the bout started, both Usos launched attacks on each other trying to put each other down and gain momentum ahead of each other. The match was a sight of superkicks, top rope moves, drops, and YEET chants with Jey and Jimmy displaying their rich Samoan heritage in their wrestling styles.


Towards the end of the match, Jimmy Uso offered his hand in peace which Jey reciprocated only for Jimmy to reveal his true colors, hit the Samaon splash, and try to secure the win only for Jey to kick out at the last minute. However, Jey countered it with a spear and a splash of his own to become the victor.

What are your thoughts on the Brother vs Brother match between The Usos that went down at WrestleMania 40 Saturday? Sound off in the comments!

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