WWE star Jey Uso shoves ‘out of line’ fan live on TV and social media loves him for it

Jey Uso clashed with a fan and was applauded for “dealing” with them on social media.

The popular former Bloodline member was hailed as a hero for giving the fan a seemingly firm – but playful – push in the back while being filmed during Monday’s episode in Canada.


Jey Uso has risen through the ranks in WWE and is now a challenger for Cody Rhodes’ title.Credit: WWE

As part of the first part, a long camera shot that followed the grappler from the ring after his match with Finn Balor to outside the area, Uso paraded through the arena concourse.

WWE fans in the area were desperate to film themselves during the live broadcast and take videos and selfies with the grappler before going a little too far.

The footage shows a fan coming from Uso’s left with his phone in hand, before walking directly into his path and preparing to strike a pose.

With a global television audience watching him and only seconds to reach his destination to allow the show to continue – he met Sami Zayn at the end of his walk who then took the same journey in reverse to the ring – Jey shouldn’t have done it. to be arrested.

Rather than stopping to take the photo, he pushed the fan firmly out of his way and continued walking, drawing laughter from the thousands of fans in the arena.

As he eventually disappeared from the camera, the individual seemed surprised by the action, but wrestling fans on social media showed absolutely no mercy.

Instead, they praised Uso for giving the fan what they feel they deserve. A post on »

Another said of Jey’s push: “As it should, MAN RUINING THE SHOT.” »

Uso exchanged high fives and slaps with many fans backstage before going too far.


Uso exchanged high fives and slaps with many fans backstage before going too far.Credit: WWE/TNT SPORTS
A fan got in Uso's way to try and take an opportunistic selfie, but ended up being a failure on the wrestler's part.


A fan got in Uso’s way to try and take an opportunistic selfie, but ended up being a failure on the wrestler’s part.Credit: WWE/TNT Sports

“He’s trying to take a picture with him like he’s not in the middle of a live show,” said another exasperated user, with another adding: “I feel a little bad but at the same time I don’t do it…I would be sad if I was that fan, but I also wouldn’t run in front of him and stop in front of him to take a selfie while he’s working…”

In response to a clip of the incident on X, which has been viewed over a million times, another fan said: “(Dude) had the privilege of being there and he wasn’t in the rules of getting in the way.”

Uso has been a rising star in WWE for about a year.

After a record-breaking World Tag Team Championship alongside brother Jimmy as The Usos that lasted over 1,000 days, The Bloodline began to split, with the siblings defeating Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa in a match of civil war at Money in the Bank 2023.

Held in front of a capacity British crowd at London’s O2, the bout saw Jey Uso pin Reigns, handing the then undisputed WWE Universal champion his first defeat since 2019.

Jimmy and Jey would then fight against each other, culminating in a brother vs. brother match at WrestleMania XL earlier this month.

As the main challenger to Cody Rhodes’ newly won title, he will meet American Nightmare during the Backlash broadcast from Paris, France on May 4.


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