Ever since Jey Uso made his way to Monday Night RAW after WWE Payback, Rhea Ripley and The Judgment Day have somehow been involved with him. The fan-favorite Uso is currently enjoying the best time of his career due to the support he receives, and the faction probably wants to have Jey on their side.
While Main Event Jey hasn’t really shown any interest in becoming a member of the heel stable. The Eradicator has once again shifted her attention to the fan-loved performer. This happened during the recent RAW episode, as Rhea shared a tweet about the star, but Jey will probably not like what she said about him.
As per a video posted by WWE on Fox’s X handle, Mami shared her thoughts on Jey’s arrival at the red brand. Through her comments, Ripley probably tried to win the trust of the fan-favorite Uso. The reigning Women’s Champion wrote, “I think Jay is trustworthy.” (Via: X)
— WWE on FOX (@WWEonFOX) September 19, 2023
The Eradicator’s reply was on a clip from a segment on RAW that involved Cody Rhodes, Sami Zayn, and Kevin Owens. In the video, Owens tried to explain why Jey isn’t trustworthy, and reminds Sami and Cody about what Main Event Jey did to them when he was with The Bloodline.
Ever since the former member of Roman Reigns’ faction made his way to the red brand, superstars like Drew McIntyre and Kevin have been against him. The reason for this is that they’ve not forgiven him for what he did to them in the past. This issue has been boiling like hot water in the last few weeks, and it’ll probably get even more intense in the coming weeks.
Will Jey Uso join Rhea Ripley in The Judgment Day?
As Rhea Ripley tried to show her support to Jey during the initial hours of RAW’s September 18 episode, a lot of people wondered if Main Event Jey would join her in The Judgment Day. But the answer to this question was given in the main event segment of the same episode.
In the main event match of this week’s RAW, Jey Uso was involved in a fight against Drew McIntyre, and suddenly The Judgment Day appeared. At first, the faction was just standing by the ringside, but after some time, they tried to show that they’ve come to have Jey’s back and told him to get the win for their faction.
As all male members of the heel group stood on the apron, Main Event Jey hit superkicks to Damian Priest, Finn Balor, as well as Dominik Mysterio. This led to Jey himself losing to McIntyre after getting a Claymore Kick, but his attack on the heels made it clear that he’s definitely not going to The Judgment Day.
— WWE (@WWE) September 19, 2023
With the fan-favorite Uso making his stand clear to the heels, he’s probably made some more enemies. Now the possibility of joining Rhea Ripley in the faction has been debunked by Jey. Thus, it’ll be interesting to see how he’ll handle the entire situation on the red brand and if other stars will accept him by forgiving his past with The Bloodline.