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Jey now! Uso brother wins THQ's "WWE All Star" Superstar challenge
ATLANTA - After winning the first round of the THQ Superstar Challenge at WrestleMania Axxess by defeating his brother Jimmy, ring announcer Justin Roberts announced that “one of the Usos” had won and qualified for the quarterfinals.
Three rounds later, everyone knew Jey Uso’s name, as he swept his way past fellow Superstars, Divas and Legends in “WWE All Stars” competition to take home the prestigious crystal trophy.
Jey’s road to victory was aided by a huge upset. Defending Challenge champion JTG was eliminated by “The Masterpiece” Chris Masters in the opening round.
“As soon as (JTG) got knocked out, I knew I was about to take it home,” Jey said.
Also shocking was WWE Hall of Famer Sgt. Slaughter advancing to the final match. Sarge defeated fellow Hall of Famers “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase and “American Dream” Dusty Rhodes, then beat United States Champion Sheamus in a close semifinal battle that left The Celtic Warrior red in the face, stomping from the ring in anger upon losing.
“I know Sarge don’t play no video games... but he put up a good run though,” Jey said.
Sheamus def. Evan Bourne
Sgt. Slaughter def. “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase
Jey Uso def. Jimmy Uso
Jim Ross def. Jerry “The King” Lawler
John Morrison def. Dolph Ziggler
“American Dream” Dusty Rhodes def. Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat
Chris Masters def. JTG
Beth Phoenix def. Gail Kim
Beth Phoenix def. Jim Ross
Jey Uso def. Chris Masters
Sgt. Slaughter def. Dusty Rhodes
Sheamus def. John Morrison
Jey Uso def. Beth Phoenix
Sgt. Slaughter def. Sheamus
Jey Uso def. Sgt. Slaughter