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Jey Uso’s Unbeaten Streak Snapped in WWE Main Event Showdown

BlogJey Uso's Unbeaten Streak Snapped in WWE Main Event Showdown

After his most recent loss to Drew McIntyre in December 2023, Jey Uso’s undefeated singles record comes to an end in a match against Gunther for the Intercontinental Championship in Palm Springs, California. This raises concerns about Uso’s prospects going forward. The Ring General, the current champion, was unable to be overcome by the record-breaking Tag Team Champion.

In an unexpected change of events, the WWE roster put on an action-packed show at the Road to WrestleMania live event in Palm Springs, California, full of thrilling matches and unexpected turns. One of the noteworthy events was the conclusion of Jey Uso’s remarkable run of unbeaten singles. Gunther and Jey Uso squared off in a much awaited singles bout for the Intercontinental Championship. Since leaving The Bloodline to join RAW, Jey Uso has been making waves as a competitor.

The record-breaking Tag Team Champion gave it his all, but he was unable to overthrow The Ring General, the current champion, and win the championship. For Jey Uso, this was a major setback because it was his first singles loss on the live tour in almost three months. Uso lost to Drew McIntyre in a singles match in a house show the last time around in December 2023.

After that setback, Jey went on an amazing seven-match winning streak that demonstrated his might as a serious force in the singles division. In addition to adding a new level of mystery to the Intercontinental Championship situation, the surprising result in Palm Springs also begs concerns about Jey Uso’s potential as a singles star in the future.


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