“It was great to have him home,” Uso said. “When he was home, we tried not to wake him because he was tired. But when he woke up, we knew we were going to the Chinese buffet. We closed that place down every time we went.”
Now Uso isn’t the kid waving goodbye to his dad. He’s the WWE superstar. He’s the guy out on the road living his dream. The downside is saying goodbye to his family — his wife Takecia, and sons Jaciyah, 8, and Jeyce, 2 — when it’s time to go to work.
“It’s hard, especially for my older son because he understands I’m leaving,” Uso said. “But when I get time home, it’s great. I’ll sleep, then we’ll go out for sushi, then see a movie. I’m not gonna lie, I’ll fall asleep during the movie, but we have a great time.
“When I was about a year into wrestling, I called my dad and told him I loved him and I couldn’t believe he did it for 15 years. But you have to find a balance. You have a great family and a great job.”
“He’s a really cool guy [Talking about John Cena], he has the same personality as us,” Uso said. “We’ve been doing a lot more backstage (interviews) with him and he’s been a big help. He told us to go out and be ourselves and let the people know who we are.“We’ve always been able to talk, and our personalities are a huge part of what we are.”
“I love doing appearances because it’s very intimate,” Uso said. “When you wrestle, it’s great, but it’s more like ‘Hi! Bye!’ But when you do appearances, you get to talk to people. You get to know them. You get their name. I love it.” x
— Roman Reigns talking about working with Jimmy & Jey Uso (via roxymaniaaa)