The Bloodline established itself as one of the most dominant factions in the history of professional wrestling. However, that all changed after what transpired at WWE Night Of Champions. The storyline continued on Smackdown this week and it appears fans got to see what happened once the cameras stopped rolling.

Jimmy Uso turned on The Tribal Chief after hitting him with couple of superkicks at the end of WWE Night Of Champions, making it clear that The Bloodline is no longer what it once was.

As seen on this week’s episode of Friday Night Smackdown, WWE celebrated Roman Reigns’ 1000+ day run as Universal Champion by unveiling new title for him. During the final moments of the show, Jimmy Uso was kicked out of The Bloodline for his actions at WWE Night Of Champions.

The Usos were on one side of the ring, with Reigns and Paul Heyman on the other. Solo Sikoa initially came to his brothers’ side before hitting Jimmy Uso with a Samoan Spike. Jey went to check on his twin as Roman Reigns, Solo Sikoa and Paul Heyman left the right.


After Friday Night Smackdown went off the air, The Usos were left alone in the ring. Jey then helped Jimmy up as the two processed what just happened before they were cut off by The Miz’s music.

We will have to wait and see how WWE will continue to book The Bloodline’s storyline. By the looks of it, The Usos vs Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa might just happen in time for Money In The Bank.

What’s your view on what happened to The Usos? Are you shocked by it? Let us know in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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