Jimmy Uso Leaves His Allegiance To Roman Reigns Indecisive, Cesaro Stands Tall
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For most of tonight’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown, Jimmy Uso was unsure of whether or not he was willing to acknowledge Roman Reigns and side with his family. By the end of the night, he was still indecisive, but couldn’t help his family get free from Cesaro.
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In the closing segment tonight, Roman Reigns and Jey Uso came out to discuss the betrayal that Reigns felt over Jimmy not immediately siding with him. Instead, Jimmy made his way out to the ring and attempted to explain his case to his brother. The superstar recapped how Reigns had to choke him out in order to get Jey to quit many months ago when Jey was feuding with Reigns, and that he may not want to hear it, but Jimmy would have never quit if he were in his brother’s position.
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Reigns quickly shot back that Jimmy had to stop living in the past, and that he won’t be going back and forth about this. He gave Uso an ultimatum, either he falls in line and acknowledges him or he goes home. To Jey’s surprise, Jimmy then left the ring and prepared to leave, forcing him to chase after him and attempt to talk his brother out of it. In that time, though, Cesaro ambushed Reigns, sliding into the ring and beating him down.
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Jimmy tried to hold Jey back as Cesaro assaulted Reigns, but he eventually got free and slid into the ring. Cesaro quickly dispatched Jey as well, forcing Jimmy to get into the ring to try and help. Cesaro didn’t succumb, though, and hit Jimmy with the Swiss Death Uppercut. Cesaro then hit both Usos and Reigns with the Neutralizer, before celebrating in the ring.