It looks like Jordan Omogbehin will be going by Omos in WWE going forward.
The promotion has seemingly quietly changed AJ Styles' bodyguard's screen name, as the big man was referred to as "Omos" on commentary during last night's Survivor Series 2020 pay-per-view. The new name was casually dropped into conversation without a big song and dance.
Omos was present at ringside as Styles captained Team Raw to a lopsided win over SmackDown in the traditional men's 5-on-5 elimination match. 'The Phenomenal One' eliminated Kevin Owens himself, though his team didn't take a single fall, with Jey Uso the last blue brand wrestler to fall.
Towering over everyone else in WWE at a whopping 7'3" Omos debuted alongside Styles as the former WWE Champion's "associate" in October. He had previously served as the doorman for Shane McMahon's Raw Underground segments but found himself cut loose when the promotion scrapped the grimy fight club.
Omos signed with WWE in October 2018, bringing significant athletic pedigree to the table as a former college basketball player for Morgan State University. He made his in-ring debut during an NXT house show in July 2019 but is yet to work a televised WWE match.
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