Latest update on Jey Uso's current status

Money in the Bank qualifying matches announced

by Simone Brugnoli
Latest update on Jey Uso's current status
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One of the most anticipated WWE PLEs of the year by WWE Universe fans, despite not being one of the Big Four of the year, namely one between WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, SummerSlam and Survivor Series, is definitely Money in the Bank, the famous WWE PPV with briefcases up for grabs that give the right to a title match at any time the winner wants.

After seeing Damian Priest's sensational cash-in at WrestleMania 40 on the new champion Drew McIntyre, with Priest still remaining Raw heavyweight champion today, people started talking about MITB again, given the approach of the new PPV of 2024.

Tonight, during the episode of Monday Night Raw, in the match between Lyra Valkyria and IYO SKY, Michael Cole wanted to make a very important announcement regarding Money in the Bank. In the next episode of the red show, in fact, the qualifying matches for the two matches with the PPV ladders will begin, with several athletes who will therefore compete for the possibility of entering.

At the moment, despite the declaration of their interest in entering the match expressed in recent weeks by both Jey Uso and Lyra Valkyria herself, no one has yet been officially added to the Money in the Bank card.

Jey Uso cut a promo on Raw

Jey Uso is one of the most popular characters at the moment, especially since he began his career as a face and in singles, which has allowed him to be incredibly over even at the expense of his brother Jimmy and Tribal Chief Roman Reigns, his main enemies since the change.

We saw the last MITB cash-in at WrestleMania 40, where Damian Priest cashed in on the new winner Drew McIntyre, with the Judgment Day member thus managing to become the world heavyweight champion for the first time. Last Monday, on Monday Night Raw, we saw the first competitor who proclaimed himself the first athlete to enter the men's ladder match, without having it officially confirmed.

We are talking about Jey Uso, who retraced his career with Bloodline in a promo, then talked about how he started his solo career, announcing that next month he will do everything to win the company's men's MITB.

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