4 Superstars Who Should Quit WWE Like Jey Uso

Jey Uso shockingly quit WWE on this week’s episode of SmackDown. The former Bloodline member lost to Roman Reigns in a Tribal Combat match for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at SummerSlam in Detroit.


On the fallout episode of SmackDown, Jey Uso took out Roman Reigns, Jimmy Uso and Solo Sikoa. After hitting a superkick on Jimmy, Jey Uso announced that he would quit The Bloodline, SmackDown and WWE.

Soon after, WWE moved him to the alumni section on their official website. Uso is no longer advertised for the next few events as well. All of a sudden, he has become one of the most talked about WWE Superstars. Here’s a list of five Superstars who should follow Jey’s footsteps and leave WWE.


1. Finn Balor should quit WWE like Jey Uso

Finn Balor has been on the receiving end of some bad support from his The Judgment Day teammates of late.

He has not won a single world championship in WWE since he surrendered the Universal Championship in 2016. Perhaps, Balor can vent out his frustration by announcing his exit from WWE.

2. Shinsuke Nakamura should quit WWE like Jey Uso

After months of forgettable feuds, Shinsuke Nakamura has finally got a World Heavyweight Championship storyline with Seth Rollins now. If Nakamura loses this match as well, he should quit WWE.


3. Bray Wyatt

Bray Wyatt is a creative genius. Many fans lost interest in his act a few weeks after he returned in late 2022. The best way Wyatt can generate a buzz is by quitting WWE and slamming the management for his bad booking before eventually coming back.

4. Drew McIntyre

Drew McIntyre stormed out of the arena at SummerSlam after losing to Gunther, and just 48 hours later, WWE crowned Chad Gable as the new number one contender for the Intercontinental Championship.

McIntyre carried WWE during the company’s toughest phase in 2020. He can take out his frustrations on RAW and say goodbye to the company.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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