Fact is that with the arrival of All Elite Wrestling it has really brought up an interesting outlook on the wrestling business due to how long it's been since the WWE has had any other competitor. Now I don't really think that many stars will have the ability to talk walk away from the company due to contracts preventing that from happening in most cases. However, we might've seen the last of Dean Ambrose in the WWE as news broke that he would not be renewing his contract and will be leaving after Wrestlemania. At this point we don't know for sure that this means he could end up in the other company.
But now earlier this week news broke that The Uso's could be leaving the WWE once their contract expires in April. Jimmy and Jey have been a staple of the WWE's tag team division since their arrivals on the main roster back in 2010, but it might be getting to that time. See over the years the company has gone through periods of real darkness for tag teams with thrown together teams often getting the spotlight over the established tag teams. Often I remember Sam from "Here's What all Things WWE" really drilling home much of a problem this in the company especially early last year.
Overall I know that some fans might think I am crazy for even thinking that The Uso's could leave WWE as they are one of the top teams. If you think about it though what does it mean to be a top team in a company that doesn't value tag team wrestling or if you have other goals you want to accomplish but know you may never get to. Heading back in the wrestling time machine to the peak of tag team wrestling in the 1980's there was a time when tag teams could headline a show, but that was really never the case with Vince. If I am Jimmy & Jey I would at least consider heading south and making a match between the Uso's and "Bucks of Youth" a reality. The only real question is how much appeal does real competition have for The Uso's and the chance to a featured and maybe even a headline act with Matt and Nick in All Elite Wrestling.
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