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Jey Uso Misses Out on WWE World Heavyweight Title Due to Interference

Jimmy Uso vs Jey Uso (Via WWE/Twitter)

Damian Priest, the reigning World Heavyweight Champion, defended his title against Jey Uso at WWE Backlash. Despite a fierce battle between the two competitors, Priest emerged victorious, retaining his championship. However, the match took an unexpected turn when members of The Judgment Day, JD McDonagh, and Finn Balor interfered, costing Jey Uso his shot at the title. Priest, visibly displeased with his stablemates’ actions, intervened to stop the attack on Uso post-match.

Reflecting on his win, Damian Priest took to social media to express his satisfaction with the outcome. In a post on his official X account, he teased the WWE Universe with a caption, showcasing his confidence as the current champion. Meanwhile, speculation looms over Priest’s future as a prediction by former SmackDown Superstar Matt Morgan hints at Drew McIntyre potentially dethroning Priest at Clash at the Castle.

Paul Heyman and Jey Uso (Via WWE/Twitter)

McIntyre, involved in a feud with Punk following WrestleMania XL, might be the next challenger for the World Heavyweight Championship. With Jey Uso sidelined from the title picture, fans are eager to see who will step up to challenge Priest next. The dynamic terrain of WWE storylines continues to evolve, promising exciting matchups and potential title changes in the near future.

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