Major Update on The Future of The Bloodline After WWE Money in The Bank

As per a latest rumor, there has been internal discussion about ending The Bloodline saga once and for all.

For around three years now, Roman Reigns‘ Bloodline has been the most powerful group in WWE. They have defeated everyone they’ve faced, including some of WWE’s most famous wrestlers.

The Bloodline to end?

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At Money in the Bank 2023, Roman Reigns experienced his first pinfall defeat in 1294 days. Jey Uso pinned Reigns, resulting in The Usos winning the “Bloodline Civil War” tag team match. According to a recent report by BWE, the people in charge at WWE are discussing the possibility of ending The Bloodline saga.

“Big calls are made for The Bloodline closure chapter. Next few weeks will be crazy before the biggest stop of the year Summerslam. Tighten those seatbelts,” the report said.

Roman Reigns’ group has caused a lot of trouble

After Roman Reigns made his return at SummerSlam 2020, he formed a group with Paul Heyman. Later on, Jey and Jimmy Uso joined them, followed by Sami Zayn and Solo Sikoa. As a result, Reigns became the leader of the powerful group.

With the help of his group, Reigns won many important matches in WWE. Earlier this year, Paul Heyman went on a podcast and said he wasn’t surprised that the group became popular with WWE fans.

“With all false humility aside, no, I’m not. The reason why is because of my belief in Roman Reigns as a performer. When we made the decision, and Roman Reigns and I talked about working with each other for several years, and the time was never right. I was too attached to the hip of Brock Lesnar, and rightfully so because we kept on elevating each other and we were needed for each other at the time,” Heyman said.

For a long time, fans have been entertained by Roman Reigns’ Bloodline. WWE will do all in its power to guarantee that the end remains entertaining as well.

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