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The Usos was born on 22 August, 1985 in ageSan FranciscoCaliforniaU.S., is an American professional wrestling tag team. Discover The Usos's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?

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Age 35 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 22 August 1985
Birthday 22 August
Birthplace ageSan FranciscoCaliforniaU.S.

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Who Is The Usos's Wife?

His wife is Naomi (m. 2014) (Jimmy)Takecia Travis (m. 2015) (Jey)

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Wife Naomi (m. 2014) (Jimmy)Takecia Travis (m. 2015) (Jey)
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Children 2 (Jimmy); 2 (Jey)

The Usos Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is The Usos worth at the age of 35 years old? The Usos’s income source is mostly from being a successful Professional. He is from . We have estimated The Usos's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Professional

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On the January 3, 2020 episode of SmackDown, The Usos returned to television, saving Roman Reigns from an attack from King Corbin and Dolph Ziggler.


On the January 29, 2019 episode of SmackDown, they defeated The Bar, The New Day and new SmackDown tag team Heavy Machinery (Otis and Tucker) to get a SmackDown Tag Team Championship match at Elimination Chamber, where they defeated Shane McMahon and The Miz, winning the titles for a record fourth time. As punishment for forfeiting a tag team gauntlet match against the New Day, they were scheduled to defend the titles against The Bar, Aleister Black and Ricochet, and Shinsuke Nakamura and Rusev in a Fatal 4-Way at WrestleMania 35, where they would retain. Two days later, on the April 9 episode of SmackDown, The Usos lost the titles to The Hardy Boyz.

During the 2019 WWE Superstar Shake-up, The Usos were drafted to Raw and defeated Bobby Roode and Chad Gable in a tag team match. They then entered a feud with The Revival while also entering a short feud with Daniel Bryan and Rowan on SmackDown, thanks to WWE's new Wildcard Rule. On the May 7 episode of SmackDown Live, Bryan and Rowan defeated The Usos for the vacant SmackDown Tag Team Championship. At Money in the Bank, they defeated Bryan and Rowan in a non-title rematch. On the May 20 episode of Raw, The Revival defeated The Usos.

The brothers are regularly featured on Xavier Woods' YouTube channel UpUpDownDown, where Jimmy goes by the nickname 'Uce' and Jey goes by the nickname 'Jucey'. In May 2019, Jimmy unsuccessfully challenged Kofi Kingston in a game of ClayFighter for Kingston's UpUpDownDown Championship. A month later, Jey challenged Kingston for the title in a game of Tetris, where Jey defeated Kingston to win the championship. Jimmy would then defeat Jey in a two-out-of-three game of The King of Fighters XIV to win the championship. He lost the title to Samoa Joe in a game of World Heroes.

On February 14, 2019, news broke that Jonathan Fatu was arrested in Detroit, Michigan following a dispute with police officers when he, Joshua, and Trinity Fatu's Dodge Journey rental vehicle was pulled over when driving the wrong way on a one way street. Police claim that when they approached the vehicle, they could smell alcohol from the inside. Officers then requested McCray, the driver, to exit the SUV so that they could speak with her. A police report indicates that Jonathan Fatu, McCray's spouse, exited the vehicle while officers were speaking to McCray and removed his shirt, then proceeded to walk towards the officers, prompting one of the officers to pull out his taser. The situation was quickly calmed down, however, and Fatu was placed under arrest and charged with disorderly conduct and obstruction of justice. In March 2019, it was revealed that Fatu's attorney struck a plea deal with prosecutors, and as per condition of the agreement, Fatu pleaded no contest to interfering with a government employee and he was ordered to pay a $450 fine.

In the early morning hours of July 25, 2019, Jonathan Fatu was again arrested, this time near Pensacola, Florida, and was charged with DUI. He was taken into custody and booked into the Escambia County Corrections Center at around 3:00 AM EST. Fatu was later released from custody on $1,000 bond and was due to appear in court on August 15. Fatu was found not guilty by an Escambia jury on the DUI charge after a December 18, 2019 trial.


Joshua Fatu was arrested in January 2018 for DUI in Hidalgo County, Texas after participating in WWE live events held at Hidalgo's Payne Arena. He was released the same day after posting a $500 personal recognizance bond.


The Usos participated in a 5–on–5 Survivor Series Tag Team Elimination match at Survivor Series, where they lost to Cesaro and Sheamus of Team Raw. The Usos would reignite their feud with American Alpha following the Elimination Chamber after they attacked American Alpha. On the March 21, 2017 episode of SmackDown, The Usos defeated American Alpha to win the SmackDown Tag Team Championship, becoming the first team to have won both the Raw (formerly WWE Tag Team Championship) and SmackDown Tag Team Championship.


On July 19, at the 2016 WWE draft, The Usos were drafted to SmackDown working on both the Battleground and SummerSlam pre-shows. Then, they entered an 8 tag team tournament to determine the inaugural holders of the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship. On the September 6 episode of SmackDown, The Usos turned heel for the first time since 2011 when they attacked American Alpha after losing to them in 28 seconds in the semi-finals. At Backlash, The Usos defeated The Hype Bros before facing Heath Slater and Rhyno in the tournament finals, but were defeated. The Usos faced the new champions at No Mercy, where they were defeated again. As part of their heel turn, they began a street-like, thuggish gimmick.


Jey married his wife Takecia Travis in 2015. They have two sons together.


The Usos were involved in the traditional Survivor Series elimination match at Survivor Series, teaming with Rey Mysterio, Cody Rhodes and Goldust in a losing effort against The Real Americans and The Shield. After a brief feud against The Wyatt Family, at the beginning of 2014, The Usos would go on a winning streak and began to demand a Tag Team Championship match from The New Age Outlaws. They received a tag title shot at the Elimination Chamber PPV against the Outlaws but were once again unsuccessful, but they won the titles on the March 3 episode of Raw. On the WrestleMania XXX pre-show, The Usos successfully defended their titles in a Fatal Four Way Elimination match against Ryback and Curtis Axel, The Real Americans, and Los Matadores. The Usos then resumed a rivalry with The Wyatt Family, successfully retaining the championships against Harper and Rowan at Money in the Bank and Battleground. The Usos then dropped the titles to Goldust and Stardust at Night of Champions, ending their reign at 202 days.

Jimmy married fellow wrestler and longtime girlfriend Trinity McCray (Naomi) on January 16, 2014. She is also the stepmother of Jimmy's two children, Jayla and Jaidan.


On April 26, 2011, both Usos were drafted to the SmackDown brand as part of the 2011 Supplemental Draft. On the June 2 episode of Superstars, The Usos turned face when they competed against The Corre (Justin Gabriel and Heath Slater) in a losing effort. Throughout June 2011, The Usos continuous to complete victories with Gabriel and Slater in tag team matches, while managing to defeat them in two six-man tag matches while partnering once with Ezekiel Jackson and once with Trent Barreta. The Usos began performing the Siva Tau, a traditional Samoan war dance, as part of their ring entrance, using the dance to display their strength and energize themselves. They performed this entrance until they turned heel in 2016. On the July 29 episode of SmackDown, The Usos challenged David Otunga and Michael McGillicutty for the WWE Tag Team Titles, but were defeated.

The Usos then began appearing on the fifth season of NXT in September 2011, by delivering post-match attacks on the team of Darren Young and JTG. The Usos then went on to defeat Young and JTG on the September 27 episode of NXT Redemption. However, just like how The Usos debuted on NXT, they were attacked after their win by another debuting tag team, Curt Hawkinsand Tyler Reks, and The Usos were defeated by Hawkins and Reks the next week. In the following months and into 2012, The Usos exchanged wins with Hawkins and Reks on NXT, while continually losing to Primo and Epico on SmackDown. They also feuded with JTG, who had become Tamina's boyfriend. In March 2012, The Usos began a feud with Darren Young and Titus O'Neil, after they mocked The Usos' pre-match Siva Tau. Although The Usos beat Young and O'Neil in tag team matches, they were continually defeated in singles matches. On the final episode of the fifth season of NXT on June 13, The Usos defeated Johnny Curtis and Michael McGillicutty.


The Fatu Brothers began 2010 by defeating The Rotundo Brothers (Duke and Bo) on January 14. In a clash of the generational wrestlers on February 18, The Rotundo Brothers teamed up with Wes Brisco to defeat The Usos and Donny Marlow. They continued their association with Marlow at the television tapings on February 25, when he accompanied them to ringside for a victory against Titus O'Neil and Big E Langston. In March they were joined by Sarona Snuka, who began acting as their manager and on March 13, The Usos defeated The Fortunate Sons (Joe Hennig and Brett DiBiase) to win the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship. They made their first title defense at the March 18 television tapings by defeating The Dudebusters (Trent Baretta and Caylen Croft) to retain. They went on to successfully defend the championship against Percy Watson and Darren Young, Hunico and Tito Nieves, Skip Sheffield and Darren Young, and The Dudebusters, who they defeated by disqualification when Tamina pulled the referee out of the ring to stop him from counting the pinfall. On June 3, The Usos lost the Florida Tag Team Championship to "Los Aviadores" (Hunico and Dos Equis).

On the May 24, 2010, episode of Raw, The Usos and Tamina made their debut as heels by attacking the Unified WWE Tag Team Champions, The Hart Dynasty (Tyson Kidd, David Hart Smith, and Natalya). The following week, Raw General Manager Bret Hart stated that he had signed them to contracts. That night, the trio cut a promo, stating that they were looking for respect for their families. They were interrupted and attacked by The Hart Dynasty, who were seeking revenge for the surprise attack the previous week. The Usos attempted to attack The Hart Dynasty again on the June 7 episode of Raw, but The Harts were ready and gained the upper hand. The Usos made their in-ring debut for the brand on the June 17 episode of Superstars, defeating Goldust and Mark Henry. Three days later they made their pay-per-view debut by losing to The Hart Dynasty in a six-person mixed tag team match at Fatal 4-Way. The Usos were scheduled to face The Hart Dynasty on the June 28 episode of Raw, but the match never started as The Usos instead attacked The Harts when they were entering the ring. The Usos defeated The Hart Dynasty for the first time in a six-person mixed tag team match on the July 12 episode of Raw when Jey pinned Smith. The Usos challenged The Harts for the Unified Tag Team Championship at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view, but were unsuccessful. On the July 26 episode of Raw, Jey Uso went against Randy Orton in his first singles match on the brand in a losing effort. They received another shot for the Tag Team Championship at Night of Champions in a Tag Team Turmoil match, where they eliminated both The Hart Dynasty and the team of Vladimir Kozlov and Santino Marella before being eliminated by Mark Henry and Evan Bourne. On the December 6 episode of Raw, The Usos were in a fatal four-way tag match and were eliminated, but Tamina stayed in the corner of Marella and Kozlov upon their winning of the WWE Tag Team Championship; as a result, she turned face and left The Usos.


Trained since childhood by their father Rikishi, the team debuted in WWE's developmental brand Florida Championship Wrestling in 2009, where they became FCW Florida Tag Team Champions. They were moved to the main roster the following year, and have gone on to be overall six-time tag team champions in WWE, capturing the WWE (now Raw) Tag Team Championship twice in 2014 and winning the Slammy Award for Tag Team of the Year in both 2014 and 2015. In 2017, they became SmackDown Tag Team Champions on three different occasions, with number four coming in 2019. They were the first team to win both the WWE/Raw and SmackDown Tag Team Championships.


The Usos are an American professional wrestling tag team composed of twin brothers Joshua Samuel Fatu and Jonathan Solofa Fatu (born August 22, 1985), known by their ring names Jey and Jimmy Uso. They are both currently signed to WWE, where they perform on the SmackDown brand.

Jonathan Solofa Fatu (Jimmy) and Joshua Samuel Fatu (Jey) were born in San Francisco, California on August 22, 1985 (Jonathan/Jimmy is the older twin), and are of Samoan descent. They often performed the Samoan haka or Siva Tau as fan favourites before a match. Their stage name "uso" means "brother" in the Samoan language. They are the sons of Solofa Fatu (Rikishi). They are also of the Anoaʻi family, they are first cousins once-removed from Samula Anoaʻi (Samu), Matt Anoaʻi (Rosey, 1970–2017), Joe Anoaʻi (Roman Reigns), and Rodney Anoaʻi (Yokozuna, 1966–2000), and the nephews of Sam Fatu (The Tonga Kid) and Eddie Fatu (Umaga, 1973–2009). The brothers attended Escambia High School in Pensacola, Florida. where they played competitive football. They continued their football careers at the University of West Alabama where they both played linebacker. Jimmy played one season (2003) while Jey played from 2003–2005.