Roman Reigns beat The Usos to cement his status as the Head of the Table during the ThunderDome era. Jimmy and Jey aligned themselves with the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion to form The Bloodline, and they have been in his corner ever since. Tonight, Reigns walked into the ring inside Principality Stadium all by himself.

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Reigns wasn’t accompanied by The Usos, Sami Zayn or Paul Heyman for his match against Drew McIntyre at Clash at the Castle. The commentary team noted The Usos weren’t medically cleared to travel after they were destroyed by The Scottish Warrior “last night” during a pre-taped episode of SmackDown.

WWE’s explanation was an attempt to sell the beat down on SmackDown. In reality, Jimmy has a pending DUI charge so he cannot travel outside the United States. Jimmy Uso’s DUI situation hasn’t gone away, and he must get permission before any big trip.


The Usos were also absent during WWE shows in Canada last month for the same reason. Paul Heyman hasn’t been on television since Brock Lesnar destroyed him, so he’s selling that punishment. It’s unclear why Sami Zayn wasn’t around, but he’s an “honorary” Uce.”

We’ll have to see if Reigns has to walk to the ring along in the future, but he’s still the Head of the Table.

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Manik Aftab

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