The Usos could be denied entry into Canada due to their previous run-ins with the law, which will mean no bookings during SummerSlam weekend in Toronto.
After this week's Raw and SmackDown, WWE will be packing up and heading to Toronto for SummerSlam. If you were unsure as to where SummerSlam is taking place this year, you only need to look at the card for the answer. Natalya has a title shot, Trish Stratus is returning for a marquee match, and even Bret Hart has been welcomed back into the fold after appearing at AEW Double Or Nothing.
Two wrestlers we might not see on the card next Sunday are Jimmy and Jey Uso. If you listen to a litany of wrestling podcasts like we do, you'll know that crossing the border between the US and Canada isn't always an easy trip for a wrestler. Colt Cabana has had great issue with journeying to the Great White North in the past.
The reason for The Usos potential issues when it comes to entering Canada revolves around the pair's scrapes with the law, and not even the most recent one. According to DWIGuy.com (via Ringside News) Canada is incredibly picky when it comes to who can and cannot come into its country. "If you have ever been arrested or convicted for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol...you may be criminally inadmissible to Canada and denied entry at the border crossing," the site reads.
Before you accuse us of grouping both men together just because they're twins, both Jimmy and Jey have been slapped with DUIs in the past. Jimmy was issued one a little more than a week ago, and also had a run-in with the law earlier this year. His brother Jey has also been issued with a DUI, in January 2018.
Looking at the current landscape of WWE's tag division, there might not be a spot for The Usos on the SummerSlam card anyway. The Revival will likely be the team to take on Gallows & Anderson, and the brothers are Raw Superstars so The New Day should be safe. WWE might not want to punish Jimmy for his most recent DUI, but judging by the above, Canada might well dole out that punishment for them.