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Jey Uso Tried His Hardest Not To Break Character During Hilarious SmackDown Segment (Video)

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• Jey Uso Tried His Hardest Not To Break Character During Hilarious SmackDown Segment (Video)

In the opening match of tonight’s SmackDown, The Brawling Brutes (Butch & Ridge Holland) defeated The Bloodline (Sami Zayn & Solo Sikoa) after a miscommunication between Sami & Jey Uso.

Sami & Jey began arguing after the match, which led to Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns coming out.

Roman demanded that Sami & Jey squash their beef. Sami apologized to Jey and wanted to bury the hatchet. Jey said that he doesn’t like anything about Sami and called him a fake a$$ Uce that will never be part of The Bloodline in his eyes.

Sami told Jey that he’s trying to make peace as it’s what The Tribal Chief wants. Jey said that he doesn’t give a damn what The Tribal Chief wants.

This comment from Jey made The Head Of The Table angry. Sami then tried to calm Reigns down and said that Jey didn’t mean it as Jey isn’t feeling very Ucey.

After this “Ucey” comment, Jey tried his hardest not to break character. You can watch it below:

Roman then said if Jey doesn’t get in line and find his Inner Ucey, he will do something that Jey doesn’t like and he will make Sami Zayn lose his Honorary Uce title and will rename him to Sami Uso, thus making him a complete member of The Bloodline.

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• Old School WWF Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 71st birthday of Old School WWF Veteran “Iron” Mike Sharpe.

“Iron” Mike Sharpe wrestled during the 70s, 80s & 90s and was referring to himself as “Canada’s Greatest Athlete”.

Sharpe is widely considered the #1 greatest ‘Jobber To The Stars’ in World Wrestling Federation History, ranking even above other famous jobbers like The Brooklyn Brawler & Barry Horowitz.

During his WWF career, he put over some of the greatest names in professional wrestling history on TV, such as The British Bulldog, Mr. Perfect, Ricky Steamboat, The Ultimate Warrior, Jake Roberts, Owen Hart, Kerry Von Erich and Bob Backlund.


October 28, 1951 – January 17, 2016

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