Last night’s (August 11) episode of WWE SmackDown ended with a major cliffhanger, when Jey Uso laid out Roman Reigns, Solo Sikoa and Jimmy Uso, before saying he quits both the Bloodline and WWE.
Since the show, WWE has moved Jey to the alumni page on their website, keeping up the idea that we have seen the last of Jey in WWE following his brother costing him the main event of SummerSlam.
However, we may now have an idea of when Jey will be set to return to the company.
While WWE no longer has Jey listed on it’s roster page, they did update the advertisement for this year’s Survivor Series event, which features Jey Uso despite him “quitting” the company last night.
Jey being featured on the poster seemingly implies that he will feature on the show in some capacity, so he will likely be back on television ahead of the event.
There were reportedly some within the company who were hoping to hold off on Jimmy and Jey’s first encounter until WrestleMania 40 in Phildadelphia in April.
Jey being removed from television was seemingly done with the idea of holding off the match until then.
— Wrestle Ops (@WrestleOps) August 12, 2023
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