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3 Reasons Why Jey Uso Might Join AEW After His Controversial Words ‘ I Am Out Of WWE. ‘

11 months ago By Jhon Woug

Jey Uso is a talent that every wrestling organisation in the World would want to have. The in-ring skills of the Samoan are as smooth as butter. Charisma, drive, hunger, legacy, and utmost professionalism are what set this man apart from any Independent Wrestler on the block. Add to that a troublesome family issue that has led to quarrels that are beyond his control, and moving on seems to be the right option for Jimmy Uso’s twin brother. With the WWE’s biggest challenger, AEW, looking to be the Early movers, here are 3 reasons why Jey Uso might join Tony Khan at All Elite Wrestling following his controversial words, “I Am Out Of WWE.”

  1. AEW HAS THE BIGGEST NAMES

Gone are the days when the WWE had the deepest pockets. Today, the Wrestling world knows of Tony Khan and AEW. Someone who can actually outmuscle the McMahon Family Financially is their mammoth and lofty AEW promotion. Former WWE talents such as Y2J Chris Jericho, Dean Ambrose, CM Punk, and The Big Show have all gone there for a lighter schedule and similar pay. All Elite is the younger and hungrier Lion, who may just tempt Jey Uso and grab all the headlines when any member of the BloodLine is having a match. It would be smart business on Jey Uso’s part should he wish to jump ships and compete as a singles competitor.

  1. AEW TREATS TALENT WELL

The very thought of Cody Rhodes going to AEW and changing how business is negotiated comes to mind when you think of a successful talent switching ships. Jey Uso’s massive statement about him moving Out Of WWE may also have something to do with the WWE not treating talent well backstage. Couple that with bullying from the bloodline, and you have a genuine talent in Jey Uso who feels as though he could do better with a level playing field. That field is All Elite, as they never turned former WWE Superstars into Jobbers and neither threw them to the wolves, something Vince McMahon was famous for with his poor pay and stepmotherly treatment of WCW talent that came to the WWE.

  1. HE IS HOT RIGHT NOW.

What CM Punk didn’t have when he left the WWE was a brand that could allow him to fire shots and even scores. The Voice of the Voiceless ultimately had to switch sports and go to the UFC. It was clearly not his thing, and we all knew how that ended. The Chicago native may be doing just fine in AEW right now, but he lost his golden years, when he could have had so many new accolades to his name.

Jey USO, on the other hand, will be served an AEW contract on a platter, and should he look to capitalise on this lucrative opportunity, nobody in the WWE may blame him. His firepower and PR have never been stronger, and he will definitely look to accomplish more in the Wrestling business than his Twin brother, Jimmy Uso.

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