Jey Uso: When I Come Out, If You've Never Watched Wrestling, It's Like, 'Who's He? He's Got To Be A Main Player'

Jey Uso comments on the current creative direction in WWE.

Jey Uso has become one of the top stars in WWE under the creative direction of Triple H, breaking away from The Bloodline and finding himself as a solo star on WWE Raw.

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Speaking to Alex McCarthy of Daily Mail, Uso was asked about working alongside Triple H.

"I'm actually more confident than ever right now. I took all the tools that they gave me. During the pandemic era, being with Hunter and Heyman in the room, just with The Bloodline, just us, going over and spitting ideas. I learned all that, and now I apply it on my own. And then working with Hunter right now as a single competitor, it's cool. I feel like I finally, earned that respect now, and it's all love.

"Work seems easier right now, all that worrying stuff, being anxious all the time, it's out the way. Now I just go out there and I'm on the if I'm on the card that night, I make sure I'm bringing energy. That's just my thing. I just want to dial it up. During the show, when I come out, I feel like there's a spike here. Even if you never watched wrestling, it was like, 'Alright, who's he? He's got to be a main player.'"

Uso challenged for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at WWE Backlash, but failed to defeat Damian Priest.

He is currently in the King of the Ring tournament and coming off a victory over Ilja Dragunov in the quarterfinals.

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