Jimmy Uso should be clear to appear at WWE Elimination Chamber 2023 this Saturday (18 February), having previously been banned from entering Canada.
Dave Meltzer reported as much on Wrestling Observer Radio. Jimmy's arrest history had previously led to him being barred from crossing the United States/Canada border, though Meltzer has been told that both he and brother Jey are now cleared.
Jimmy Uso has been arrested several times since September 2011, when he was charged with his first DUI. Most recently, he was pulled over by Pensacola, Florida police in July 2021, resulting in him being booked on a misdemeanour DUI charge along with citations for speeding and running a red light.
This latest news effectively frees The Usos to play a role at Elimination Chamber. Their Bloodline stablemate, Roman Reigns, defends the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship against Sami Zayn in the premium live event's main event, with the slow-burning Bloodline storyline (to which The Usos are central) expected to continue.
In storyline, Paul Heyman has told The Usos to watch this Friday's go-home SmackDown from home. That episode also takes place in Montreal, like the PLE.