Exploring the Root of the Beef Between Drew McIntyre and Jey Uso

Published 11/02/2023, 10:00 AM EDT

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Drew McIntyre has always been the good guy in the WWE. But of late he is contemplating that rightful stance of his. On the other hand, there is another wrestler who has always been the exact opposite of McIntyre, but is now trying to make amends. We are talking about ‘Main Event’ Jey Uso. But in spite of leaving The Bloodline, McIntyre is still not ready to forgive Jey Uso for his wrongdoings.

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So let’s take a look at why McIntyre is not ready to trust Jey Uso.

Jey Uso cost Drew McIntyre his match at Survivor Series

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As part of The Bloodline, Jey Uso and his brother Jimmy Uso have laid waste to many superstars who stood up to Roman Reigns. Thus, in the process, they have helped Reigns continue his record unbeaten title run. One such victim of multiple beat downs, courtesy of The Bloodline, has been Drew McIntyre.

Drew McIntyre has a long history with The Bloodline, which goes back to November 2020. That’s when McIntyre challenged Reigns for a champion vs champion match at Survivor Series. And that’s exactly the moment Jey Uso started beefing with McIntyre. He came in between the two heavyweights and challenged McIntyre to a match which The Scottish Warrior won by delivering a thunderous Claymore.

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Then at Survivor Series, Jey Uso popped up to superkick McIntyre, which cost him the match against Roman Reigns. Post that, McIntyre went on to have multiple tag team matches against The Usos to seek revenge for his loss. One such match was a six-man tag team match with McIntyre and RK-Bro against Roman Reigns and The Usos at WrestleMania Backlash. Sadly, McIntyre and the team lost that match. But post that McIntyre attacked The Usos backstage to send a warning message to them to stay out of his business. This was followed by The Usos attacking McIntyre during his match with Kevin Owens on RAW.

But their attacks on McIntyre didn’t just stop there.

The Usos brutally attacked Drew McIntyre with steel chairs on SmackDown

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In August 2022, McIntyre had a match against Sami Zayn which he comfortably won. But after the match, The Bloodline came out to viciously attack McIntyre with steel chairs.

Needless to say, Jey Uso was the one who was inflicting the most chair shots on McIntyre’s already injured back. Then at Clash At The Castle, to add more salt to his wounds, Solo Sikoa pulled out the referee when McIntyre was about to win the match. Thus costing McIntyre the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion that night.

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Thus, not just Jey Uso, but Drew McIntyre has beef with The Bloodline for constantly interfering in his business in the last 3 years. McIntyre once even threatened to take out the whole Anoa’i family. But why do you think Drew McIntyre has singled out Jey Uso to remove all his frustration with The Bloodline?

Watch this story: Take Out the Whole Family: Drew McIntyre Openly Threatens Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson After The Bloodline Feud Reignited by Jey Uso’s Raw Debut

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Christopher Lazarus

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I still vividly remember the time when WWE VHS's used to be played on cable movie channels every Sunday(early 90s in India). And that's where my love for the WWE began. My love and passion for pro wrestling only grew over the years in the form of a mini collection of cards, stickers, tees, action figures and even a WWE Championship belt signed by the 'Big Red Machine' Kane himself (talk about getting lucky).
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