Tonight’s edition of SmackDown saw a dramatic shift in The Bloodline’s dynamic. With Roman Reigns no longer at the helm, the group underwent significant changes. This included Solo Sikoa’s bold move of kicking Jimmy Uso out of The Bloodline. After the show went off the air, the tension continued to escalate. Solo Sikoa faced Jey Uso in a match and mocked him throughout.

During tonight’s show, The Bloodline made their first appearance since Roman Reigns’ loss to Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania 40. The group found themselves at the center of a shocking twist when Tama Tonga suddenly attacked Jimmy Uso.

Adding to the surprise, Solo Sikoa chose to side with Tama Tonga, aligning himself with the attacker. Together, they punished Jimmy Uso for his defeat against Jey Uso at WrestleMania, creating more discord within The Bloodline and raising questions about the group’s future.

Following the conclusion of Friday Night SmackDown, Solo Sikoa and Jey Uso squared off against each other in a singles match, which saw Solo Sikoa mocking Jey Uso by doing his signature hand wave taunt. Sikoa would lose the match by DQ after hitting Uso with a low blow. Jey Uso would hit a spear in retaliation and celebrate with the crowd afterwards.


Tama Tonga joining The Bloodline had been in the works for a long time now. We will have to wait and see how the storyline will play out, as fans are certainly invested in it in a big way.

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