Helms is a very popular wrestler from the 2000s and was a part of many memorable moments in WWE history. His hilarious superhero gimmick as The Hurricane was a fan favorite and he is a former Cruiserweight and Tag team champion, two times each. Currently, he still works for WWE as a backstage match producer as a part of his Legends contract.
He has endorsed Jey on Twitter in the best way possible, writing
Jey Uso might be the single most under-credited Talent in the biz right now. He’s stepped up every bit of his game over the last few years. A true example of “putting in the work.”
— The Usos (@WWEUsos) October 16, 2022Advertisement
Uso has retweeted this tweet and has shown his gratitude with folded hands.
Jey Uso and The Bloodline have absolutely dominated the WWE landscape since their formation. He and his twin brother Jimmy have broken all kinds of records with their 460+ days reign as the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions.
Jey has always proved himself in the tag team division since his debut. However, during his brief stint as a singles competitor when he was feuding with his own Tribal Chief Roman Reigns, he showed his other skills as well. They had the first ever “I Quit” Hell In A Cell match which Jey lost and finally acknowledged Reigns as their leader. This is what Helms must be talking about in his tweet when he said that Jey has stepped up every bit of his game.
Hurricane’s Bloodline Connection
Hurricane Helms’ endorsement of Jey Uso could also be contributed to his history with Jey’s family. He was once tag team champion with Roman Reigns’ elder brother, the late Rosey. He hilariously christened Rosey as S.H.I.T. (Super Hero In Training) in their comedy superhero tag team. They were even able to capture the tag team titles once in 2005.
I miss comedy tag teams like Hurricane and Rosey pic.twitter.com/Nz0GxAxkHq
— Timothy J. White (@timothywhite2k2) June 10, 2020Advertisement