WrestleMania 40 Saturday marked the third occasion in WWE history where real-life brothers clashed on the Grandest Stage of them all. Jey Uso emerged victorious in the match, and he has recently shared his thoughts on the experience in a new interview.

The Main Event began with Jey Uso making his entrance to the ring accompanied by music sensation Lil Wayne, while Jimmy Uso debuted his own rendition of the Uso song as part of his new theme. Jey wasted no time, immediately launching himself off the ropes to attack his brother before the match officially commenced.

Once the bell rang, both Usos unleashed a flurry of attacks on each other, each vying to gain the upper hand and seize momentum. The match was a spectacle of superkicks, aerial maneuvers, devastating drops, and thunderous YEET chants, with Jey and Jimmy showcasing their rich Samoan heritage through their wrestling styles.

As the contest neared its conclusion, Jimmy Uso extended a hand in a gesture of peace, which Jey accepted. However, Jimmy swiftly revealed his true intentions, delivering a devastating Samoan splash in an attempt to secure the victory. Yet, Jey resiliently kicked out at the last possible moment. Seizing the opportunity, Jey countered with a spear followed by a thunderous splash of his own, ultimately emerging as the victorious brother.


While speaking in a backstage interview following his triumphant victory, Jey Uso was asked to share his thoughts on the match. Jey Uso made it clear he still loves his brother and has conflicted emotions.

”Yes I have conflicted emotions because at the end of the day that’s still my twin brother, I still love my brother and I see the good in Jimmy. He kinda hit me with the okie doke out there and he tried to catch a W on me. I really did believe him, my twin telepathy was going off.”

We will have to wait and see what’s next in store for ‘Main Event’ Jey Uso now that he has finally ended his feud with his brother Jimmy Uso once and all for.

Were you glad to see Jey Uso triumph over his brother Jimmy Uso at WrestleMania 40? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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