• “I’m really tired of getting my a$$ whooped for the whole world to see” – SmackDown Wrestler
During his appearance on Kayla Braxton’s The Braxton Beat on Instagram, SmackDown wrestler Jey Uso talked about losing to Universal Champion Roman Reigns twice, and then joining forces with The Tribal Chief.
He noted that he hasn’t spoken to Jimmy Uso since turning heel.
Here’s what he said:
“I haven’t talked to him at all. I’m pretty sure he’s got something to say to me man, but I’ve got something to say to him too. I’ve got something to say to his a$$ too.
Two times I had to take the low route, man, for him, and he know me, man. I’m the hard-headed one out of all three of us. Roman know me. I was ready to die on my shield that night. Clash of Champions and Hell in the Cell, everybody saw that man, but there is only so much I can keep doing, until I just keep getting beat down and beat down.
I’m really tired of getting my a$$ whooped for the whole world to see, and everybody thinks it’s a damn game! It’s not, man, because I’m the one going home, and my wife and my kids are looking at me with a bad attitude because I’m broke and beat up. Man, no more of that.
Now, I might as well just join the team, you know. We’ve always been a squad. That’s the thing. This time, I just wanted to try it my way. Unfortunately, I gotta damn fall in line. I don’t like it. I really don’t like it.
Like I said, I’ve been thinking about Daniel Bryan this whole time, man. He didn’t deserve that. He didn’t deserve that. But man, you was in the way, uce. But when you bounce back and heal and get strong bro, I’ll be here. I’ll be waiting on you, uce. But I’m pretty sure the Big Dog will be there too. But come correct, man, come ready, uce. We ain’t playing no games anymore here.”
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• Old School WCW/WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday
WWF Attitude Era Legend “Y2J” Chris Jericho (Real name: Christopher Irvine) celebrates his 50th birthday today.
After wrestling for Extreme Championship Wrestling, Smoky Mountain Wrestling, and in Japan, Chris Jericho finally made it to the big leagues when he joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1996 and later jumped ship to the World Wrestling Federation in 1999.
Jericho is currently not under a WWE contract, but is wrestling for AEW and New Japan Pro Wrestling.
Once he retires, he will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, as it’s just a question of “when”, not “if”.
Happy Birthday Chris Jericho!