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Potential SPOILER on MASSIVE WWE Superstar’s return date

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In a recent episode of WWE SmackDown, fans were left in suspense as Jey Uso took a dramatic step. He not only confronted Roman Reigns, Solo Sikoa, and Jimmy Uso but also declared his exit from both the Bloodline faction and WWE as a whole.

This unexpected twist left the WWE universe buzzing with speculation and theories.

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WWE: Response to Jey’s Exit

Following this shocking episode, WWE made a move that further fueled the rumours. They shifted Jey Uso to the alumni page on their official website.

This action seemed to reinforce the narrative that Jey Uso’s time in WWE had come to an end, especially after his brother’s actions led to him losing the main event of SummerSlam.

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The Potential Return Date

However, there’s a twist in the tale. Even though Jey is no longer featured on WWE’s roster page, a recent update on the advertisement for the upcoming Survivor Series event showcased Jey Uso.

This inclusion is intriguing because it suggests that Jey might make a comeback before the event. The advertisement’s implication is clear: Jey Uso might not be gone for long.

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Speculations Surrounding the Return

There’s been chatter within WWE about the potential face-off between the Uso brothers. Some insiders hoped that the first encounter between Jimmy and Jey would be saved for a grand stage like WrestleMania 40 in Philadelphia come April.

The decision to temporarily remove Jey from television might be a strategic move to build anticipation for this monumental match.

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