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Emotional Moment WWE Star Omos Visits Family In Nigeria After 14 Years | Video



Omos, a Nigerian-born WWE star, wept tears of delight as he saw his family in his home country for the first time in 14 years. The enormous athlete, whose real name is Tolulope “Jordan” Omogbehin, traveled to his birthplace following his WWE Crown Jewel bout against Braun Strowman on November 5 in Saudi Arabia, according to TMZ.

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In the film, “The Nigerian Giant” is shown entering his family’s Lagos house softly before his loved ones rush to give him hugs and kisses when they recognize him. And despite the 28-year-old athlete’s height (7’3″) and weight (more than 400 pounds), which make him somewhat noticeable, he nevertheless managed to pull off the surprise. The emotional moment was also captured by a camera crew that accompanied.

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The visit was reportedly unknown to Omos’ family. The WWE star is also expected to make a significant announcement when visiting his native Nigeria.

In 1994, the budding WWE star was born in Lagos. Later, he and his family relocated to the United States. Additionally, he allegedly began playing basketball in the United States while in high school and college.

Omos was signed by the WWE in 2019, and he and AJ Styles later won the WWE Raw tag team championship.



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