What is The Usos' net worth? Tag team champions make history with win over The New Day in WWE Smackdown
Jimmy and Jey Uso solidified their run for this record when they defeated Rey and Dominik Mysterio at 2021's WWE Money in the Bank
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA: The WWE stadium was left thrilled and stunned after the Usos wrote history by becoming the longest-reigning tag-team champions after defeating the New Day. With the stakes so high, WWE opened this week’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown in Indianapolis with it. The twin brothers - Joshua Samuel Fatu and Jonathan Solofa Fatu - better known as Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso brought tough competition for Xavier Woods and WWE's very own Kofi Kingston. The fans came forth to congratulate the group.
The record for the longest reigning tag-team champions was held by the New Day itself which was a 483-day run as Raw tag team champions. They fought ferociously to defend their record to no avail. The Usos usurped New Day to say hello to their cousin Roman Reigns at the top who himself is the longest reigning universal champion in history, surpassing 800 days. The SamckDown champions Jimmy and Jey Uso solidified their run for this record when they defeated Rey and Dominik Mysterio at 2021's WWE Money in the Bank and won the title. They later defeated The Brawling Brutes at Crown Jewel to retain their title and face New Day.
What is The Usos' net worth?
According to First Sportz, the collective net worth of The Usos brothers, Jimmy and Jey, is $4 million. The Usos are the sons of the WWE Hall of Famer Rikishi debuted in WWE's developmental brand Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) in 2009, where they became FCW Florida Tag Team Champions. They soon became popular in the scene and were shifted to the main roster the following year. The ferocious dup has been an eight-time tag team champion in WWE, has won the WWE (Raw) Tag Team Championship three times, and won the Slammy Award for Tag Team of the Year in both 2014 and 2015. In 2017, they won the SmackDown Tag Team Championship on three occasions.
Jimmy Uso, real name Jonathan Solofa Fatu, has a net worth of $2 million and is said to receive $250,000 as salary. The talent is also entitled to royalties from PPV appearances and merchandise sales. The outlet reports that Jey Uso, real name Joshua Samuel Fatu, also receives the same amount from WWE with the same salary. Not much public information is available regarding the endorsements.
Fans react to The Usos win over New Day
One user wrote, "Them boys nice wit it other tag teams better step they game up." Another user tweeted, "The Usos are no Demolition but they’re an upgrade compared to the New Day especially when breaking the record. #SmackDown" One more user wrote, "Congrats huge win great match I think @WWEUsos are one of the greatest tag teams in WWE history #SmackDown"
Them boys nice wit it other tag teams better step they game up. 😁— Troy kool (@Troykool2) November 12, 2022
One user tweeted, "Acknowledge the usos. They’re are now going to be ranked 1 of being the longest tag team championship reign. They got no team left to face" Another user summed up the match and quipped, "Great match. Good length. High stakes. History." One more user wrote, "The Usos retains the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champion... What a Crazy match #SmackDown"
Acknowledge the usos. They’re are now going to be ranked 1 of being the longest tag team championship reign. They got no team left to face— Tyreese "TJ" Joyner (@tjoynerak1) November 12, 2022
Great match. Good length. High stakes. History.— LLTAKEOFF 🕊️🚀 (@BigGraze) November 12, 2022
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