Jordan Omogbehin has cycled through a number of roles in WWE this year. He started 2020 at the Performance Center and competed at an NXT house show alongside Bronson Reed against Aleksandar Jaksic and Tehuti Miles. He then debuted on WWE TV at Backlash as Akira Tozawa's giant ninja, but quickly left the group and reappeared as the Raw Underground bouncer.
With the shoot-style fight club's cancellation, Omogbehin was looking for a new role on the main roster and he returned to Raw last night as AJ Styles' bodyguard. The former college basketball player then proved to be the decisive factor in The Phenomenal One's win over Matt Riddle as The King Of Bros was constantly distracted by Omogbehin's towering presence on the outside. This allowed Styles to catch Riddle in the Styles Clash for the 1-2-3, improving AJ's record to 2-0 since returning to the red brand.
Details of Omogbehin being pitched as the two-time WWE Champion's bodyguard were first reported by Fightful Select on Sunday.