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Jey Uso Height, Weight, Age, Family, Wife, Biography & More

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Bio
Real NameJoshua Samuel Fatu
ProfessionProfessional Wrestler
Physical Stats & More
Billed Heightin centimeters- 185 cm
in meters- 1.85 m
in feet inches- 6' 1"
Billed Weightin Kilograms- 103 kg
in Pounds- 227 lbs
Body Measurements (approx.)- Chest: 40 Inches
- Waist: 34 Inches
- Biceps: 16 Inches
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack
Wrestling
DebutRAW (Main Roster): May 24, 2010
Titles Won/Achievements• Ranked #26 among Pro Wrestling Illustrated's (PWI) top 500 singles wrestlers in 2014
As part of The Usos
• 2-time WWE Tag Team Champion
• 2-time WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champion
Slam/Finishing moveDouble Superkick
The Usos Double Sperkick finisher
Samoan Splash
The Usos Samoan Splash finisher
Personal Life
Date of Birth22 August 1985
Age (as in 2017)32 Years
Birth PlaceSan Francisco, California, United States
Zodiac sign/Sun signLeo
NationalityAmerican
HometownSan Francisco, California, United States
SchoolEscambia High School, Pensacola
College/UniversityUniversity of West Alabama
Educational QualificationNot Known
FamilyFather- Rikishi (wrestler)
Jey and Jimmy Uso with their father Rikishi
Mother- Talisua Fuavai-Fatu
Brothers- Jimmy Uso (older twin), Jeremiah, Joseph
Jey and Jimmy Uso with their mother Talisua Fuavai Fatu and brothers
Sister- Not Known
ReligionRoman Catholic
EthnicitySamoan (Father)
HobbiesWatching American Football
Girls, Family & More
Marital StatusMarried
Affairs/GirlfriendsNot Known
WifeTakecia Travis
Jey Uso wife
Marriage DateFebruary 2014
ChildrenSons- 2
Jey Uso with his sons
Daughter- None
Money Factor
Salary (as in 2016)$300,000 + incentive from merchandise sale

wrestler Jey Uso

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Jey Uso

  • Does Jey Uso smoke?: Not Known
  • Does Jey Uso drink alcohol?: Yes
  • Belonging to the legendary Anoa’i family, Jey Uso, one-half of The Usos (tag-team), is first cousins, once- removed with former WWE superstars Rosey and Yokozuna, and the present “The guy” of WWE, Roman Reigns. Also, he is the nephew of late wrestler, Umaga.
  • Jey was an avid football player during his high school and University years. Notably, Jey played competitive football as a linebacker for around three years (2003-2005).
  • The Usos are usually seen performing the ‘Siva Tau’, a traditional Samoan war dance, as soon as their entrance music is played. Interestingly, Samoa’s national Rugby and Australian Rules football teams also perform the Siva Tau in preparation for international matches. While dancing, the Usos also chant some lines in Samoan that mean, “Here I come completely prepared, my strength is at its peak, make way and move aside, because this Manu is unique.”
  • In an interview, when asked about the most painful move in wrestling, Jey replied that he finds Mark Henry’s ‘the world’s strongest slam’ the most dreadful of all.
  • In a funny incident that came to light through Talk is Jericho podcast, Jimmy Uso, Jey’s older twin, revealed that he once pretended to be Jey during their high school years and broke-up with the latter’s girlfriend for no reason. However, the prank did not damage the real couple’s chemistry as the same young lady went on to become Jey’s wife.
  • It took more than 3 auditions for The Usos to finally make some impact on the WWE selection team. They revealed in one interview that they had completely botched their matches in the first two tryouts, which also had legends like The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels as part of the selection jury.
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