A huge segment starring Roman Reigns, The Bloodline, Drew McIntyre, and The Brawling Brutes concluded this week’s SmackDown episode. The group entered the ring after The Usos’ historic defense of the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship against The New Day.

Sheamus confronted Roman Reigns on the blue brand shortly after The Tribal Chief successfully defended his championship against Logan Paul at Crown Jewel. The Celtic Warrior’s mic did, however, briefly stop working in the middle of the segment.

Dutch Mantell discussed the segment on the most recent episode of Smack Talk on Sportskeeda Wrestling. During the interview, he questioned whether or not the error was purposeful. Nevertheless, the WWE veteran enjoyed it, as Roman Reigns also started laughing at the former WWE Champion.

“Was it set up or was it not set up? But either way it worked, either way it worked and then Roman started laughing. That was funny, I liked that. But then of course they all hit the ring, had the big deal and then they blew it off with McIntyre.” said Dutch Mantell.


Meanwhile, during the Smackdown episode featuring The Bloodline’s match-up, Ridge Holland and Butch interrupted the segment. Ridge Holland informed Roman Reigns that they were fed up with The Bloodline running things around. Sheamus’ music hit and The Celtic Warrior reunited with The Brawling Brutes.

A massive brawl broke out between the two teams inside the ring. For those who are unaware, Sheamus took some time off from WWE TV to wed Isabella Revilla. Miro, Claudio Castagnoli, and Drew McIntyre were also present for the occasion. Stay tuned to Ringside News for more.

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