One half of The Usos is on the injured list.
First reported by Ringside News and later confirmed by our Dave Meltzer, Jimmy Uso (Jonathan Fatu) will be out 6-to-9 months with a knee injury, believed to be suffered during the triple threat ladder match at last month’s WrestleMania.
It’s unknown what the extent of the injury is outside that the 34-year-old will need surgery.
He and brother Jey had returned to SmackDown in early-January after missing nearly half a year following Jimmy’s July 2019 DUI arrest. Before WrestleMania, they had been feuding over the brand’s tag team titles with The New Day and The Miz & Morrison.
On Saturday, WWE announced a four-way match for the upcoming Money In The Bank pay-per-view featuring the champions New Day vs. Miz & Morrision vs. Forgotten Sons vs. Lucha House Party.
This is the first long term injury Jimmy has suffered since beginning in WWE. The duo are two-time Raw tag team champions and four-time SmackDown tag team champions.