WWE may be forced to change a lot of its creative plans with Jey Uso suffering from a broken wrist.
Tonight at WWE Crown Jewel, The Usos successfully defended their disputed Tag Team Championship against The Brawling Brutes.
However, Michael Cole’s note during the match caught the attention of fans, which worried many.
What’s going on with Jey Uso?
During The Usos match tonight at Crown Jewel, Jey announced that he believed Michael Cole had broken his wrist.
Jay, who was wearing a brace around his arm, told Cole he would have an MRI on Monday to determine the extent of his injury.
At the time of writing, it is unclear whether or not Jey is legitimately injured or if this is part of a storyline that WWE wants to explore.
However, WWE is unlikely to keep Jey out of the ring with WarGames coming up later this month, which is expected to be all The Bloodline needs.
Despite that, it’s unlikely that WWE will allow Zee to legally wrestle with a broken wrist.
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How long can Jey Uso be out of action?
Recovery time for a broken wrist depends on whether surgery is required or not, so it’s unclear how long Jay will be out of action if his injury is truly legitimate.
However, the average recovery time is around 6 to 12 weeks, which could potentially keep Jay out of the ring until February.
This is going to be bad news for WWE, as Jey is leading several major WWE storylines in the coming weeks, including Roman Reigns and Sami Zayn.
For the sake of their planned storylines and the health of their athletes, WWE is obviously hoping Jey is fit and doesn’t break his wrist and won’t have to wait too long to find out.
GiveMeSport will, of course, keep you updated with any potential new information on Jey’s condition and serious injury as further updates emerge online.
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