The Bloodline has been a very dominant faction for almost two years now for a variety of reasons. Comprising Roman Reigns, The Usos and Solo Sikoa, the faction has run roughshod over WWE for a long time. After all, almost every member of the group is a champion. With Jey Uso having ditched his brother Jimmy on Smackdown this week, it seems WWE has interesting plans for the faction.

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The Bloodline storyline continues to be a gripping one, as fans stay glued to the TV screen whenever they are there. This is mostly because of how Sami Zayn has been the heart and soul of the whole storyline.

During WWE SmackDown, Jimmy Uso made an attempt to speak with his brother Jey Uso, who has been keeping his distance from the Roman Reigns-led faction ever since the group attacked Sami Zayn at the Royal Rumble. Additionally, Jey tried to intervene when the Tribal Chief was about to hit Zayn with a steel chair at Elimination Chamber.


However, Jimmy Uso’s attempt to have a conversation with his brother was disrupted by The Master Strategist, as the show had other surprises in store for the Bloodline member. It’s worth noting that Jimmy attacked Sami Zayn on both previous occasions.

Jey Uso would then ditch his brother Jimmy. After SmackDown went off the air, Jimmy Uso teamed up with his younger brother Solo Sikoa. According to Fightful’s paywall, the two faced off against The O.C. in a gritty encounter produced by Jason Jordan. This could indicate that they are planning more interactions like this in the future as we continue on the road to WrestleMania 39 in SoFi Stadium on April 1st and 2nd.

This wasn’t the first time that Jimmy Uso and Solo Sikoa had teamed up, as they had previously competed together at WWE house shows, with Jey Uso absent from the scene. The match was intense and dark, with both teams locking horns in an exciting battle. We’ll have to see how WWE will continue booking The Bloodline as we head towards WrestleMania 39.

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