The Bloodline remains one of the most dominant factions in the history of professional wrestling. Due to their influence in the business, it comes as no surprise that The Bloodline was represented during a recent indie event.

In the fourth match at House of Glory’s Reckoning event, Lance Anoa’i, representing the Bloodline, faced HOG Crown Jewel Champion Carlos Ramirez. Despite Anoa’i showcasing moves from his dominant WWE SmackDown family, Ramirez picked up his victory with a coast-to-coast headbutt and pump handle driver, retaining his title.

House of Glory Reckoning featured appearances from TNA Wrestling and All Elite Wrestling stars. AEW representation included Danhausen, Penta El Zero Miedo, and HOG Heavyweight Champion Mike Santana. TNA was represented by The Rascalz, Alex Shelley, and the new TNA X-Division Champion Mustafa Ali.

As far as The Bloodline is concerned on WWE television, The Rock acknowledged Roman Reigns as The Tribal Chief on SmackDown this week, but many fans feel it’s all a ruse and he would eventually betray Roman Reigns.


Nevertheless, we will have to wait and see how WWE will continue to book The Bloodline in the coming weeks, as there is no doubt the entire world of professional wrestling is heavily invested in the angle right now. After all, there’s always the chance more Bloodline family members could make their way to WWE, including even Lance Anoa’i.

Are you surprised by what Lance Anoa’i did at the event? Do you want him to make his way to WWE eventually? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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