The Bloodline has more or less imploded after all the events that have taken place in the past few months. It all started when Jimmy Uso betrayed The Tribal Chief after hitting him with two superkicks back to back. It culminated in The Usos beating Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa at the Money In The Bank event. Now it appears Jacob Fatu disclosed why the angle makes him emotional.

The Bloodline dominated WWE for well over a year and fans believed they would continue to rule the company for a long time. That is no longer the case as the faction imploded and began feuding with each other.

Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa faced off against The Usos in a terrific tag team match, which featured a ton of drama and tremendous action. In the end, Jey Uso did the impossible and pinned Roman Reigns – which was Reigns’ first pinfall loss since 2019.

The Bloodline storyline has gone through a wide variety of changes and has been compared to Emmy award-winning shows. While speaking to Koffin Radio, former MLW World Heavyweight Champion Jacob Fatu explained why the Bloodline storyline makes him emotional, especially when he talks about it.


“I mean, man, I’m getting goosebumps right now just talking about it (WWE’s Bloodline storyline). Nah, but as a family member, I mean come on man. I’m entertained uce. We gotta remember bro, this hasn’t just been going on for six months or seven month run. We’re talking about three years uce, you know? And I get emotional when we talk about it. Sorry man, because this is how real it is though, you know what I’m saying?

My family, it’s not just been this. It’s been this way forever and dawg, when we talk about this s*** right here (Fatu threw up the one), you know what I’m saying? Up high, yeah bro, it’s that part so when I see it, I feel it because they feel it and if they don’t feel it, the fans don’t feel it. Come on bro, eight weeks in a row, over two million — the numbers don’t lie. So, sorry if I get emotional, choked up about it. It’s because I feel what they’re doing and I love it and I f****** love it. But overall, big dog Roman (Reigns), Solo (Sikoa), Usos, I’ve grown up watching these guys and like I said before, I was locked down in that thing and see ‘em on TV and bro, it’s longevity uce, you know?

So you asked me about The Bloodline, how I feel, I think it’s amazing and once again, even though I’m the family member, I be thinking I know what’s gonna go on but bro, that’s when they uh! You feel me? Man, they hit me with that curveball but it’s amazing. It’s crazy (he smiled). I wish sometimes I had a camera to get my reaction to all that s***. People would just think it’s crazy uce but overall, thank you for asking about it.”

WWE also has major plans for Roman Reigns and Jey Uso at WWE SummerSlam. We will have to wait and see how WWE will continue to book their feud in the coming weeks.

What’s your view on what Jacob Fatu said? Is The Bloodline angle the greatest storyline in pro wrestling? Let us know in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet is a professional wrestling fan for over 22 years. He got captivated by the sport during the Monday Night Wars and has a passion for it ever since. He also enjoys TV shows, movies, anime, novels and music, which broadens his perspective and appreciation for wrestling. He is a knowledgeable and respected voice in the industry.

Disqus Comments Loading...