Who are The Usos and What Do You Know About Jey Uso’s Wife?

Who Is Jey Usos Wife

Who Are The Usos?

The Usos are an American professional wrestling tag team composed of twin brothers Joshua Samuel Fatu and Jonathan Solofa Fatu, who are known professionally by their respective ring names, Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso. They are currently signed to WWE, where they perform on the SmackDown brand as part of a stable called The Bloodline, which is led by their real-life cousin, Roman Reigns, and also includes their younger brother, Solo Sikoa, with all being members of the renowned Anoa’i family of Samoan wrestlers.

Who Is Jey Usos Wife

Jey Uso and his family

Trained since childhood by their father, WWE Hall of Famer Rikishi, the team debuted in WWE’s then-developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) in 2009, where they became FCW Florida Tag Team Champions. They were moved to the main roster the following year. While on the main roster, they have been managed by their cousin Tamina Snuka and Jimmy’s wife, Naomi.

Who is Jey Uso’s Wife?

Jey Uso’s wife is Takecia Travis, for in 2015, Jey Uso tied the knot with his high school sweetheart Takecia Travis. The couple first met as students in the ninth grade, attending Escambia High School in Pensacola, Florida. Jey was an avid footballer and continued to play competitively in his university days from 2001 to 2003 before making it to WWE. Not much is about Takecia Travis’ interests though.

Conclusion

The Usos are considered by peers and critics to be one of the best professional wrestling tag teams of all time. They hold the record for the longest WWE tag team championship reign of all time at 622 days. They are overall eight-time tag team champions in WWE, capturing the WWE (Raw) Tag Team Championship three times and winning 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, followed by a fourth reign in 2019 and a fifth reign in 2021. They are the first team to win both the Raw and SmackDown Tag Team Championships and the first team to hold them simultaneously. In addition, The Usos have competed in the main event of several pay-per-views including WrestleMania 39.