Roman Reigns just broke into his third year as WWE Universal Champion, and there is no sign that he will slow down. The part-time champion is still leading the Bloodline, even though Jey Uso has now quit the company all together. Despite that split, Reigns is still fulfilling his destiny as champion, and Paul Heyman would bet a lot of money on his continued domination.

Paul Heyman is never short on a reply, especially when he is triggered. One way to ensure that you get under the Wise Man’s skin is by doubting the Tribal Chief’s reign as champion.

During a surprise appearance on WWE The Bump, Paul Heyman reacted to fans who think The Bloodline is finished. He had a lot to say about that.

“People are making these comments based on what substance of information? ‘The Bloodline is finished’ — okay, I’ll take that action any time. Who sponsors us? Draft Kings, Fan Duel, whatever, I’ll take that bet. Bring it on, I’ll take that action any time you want.”


“Okay, the Bloodline is finished. Okay, let’s see who main events WrestleManai 40. Do you think it won’t be a Bloodline member? Do you think it won’t be Roman Reigns? Okay, believe that for yourself, and let’s see where we are whenever Roman Reigns decides to appear on television and let’s see who’s main eventing that show, let’s see who the attention-grabbing name is who appears at the premium live event when Roman Reigns appears the Bloodline is there in front of your very eyes.”

As Ringside News exclusively reported, WWE already knows what the main event of WrestleMania 40 will be. The destination for Roman Reigns seems pretty clear at this point as he rounds the corner for another year as champion.

Paul Heyman is quite certain about the Bloodline’s future in WWE. After all, he already stated that they are only in the bottom of the 3rd inning.

What’s your take on Roman Reigns’ future in WWE? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

Transcription by Ringside News

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