The June 28 episode of Friday Night SmackDown at Madison Square Garden ended dramatically with The Bloodline shocking everyone by turning on Paul Heyman, subjecting him to a brutal assault as the show concluded. This segment generated tremendous buzz on social media, drawing incredible numbers of reactions and discussions online.

During the Bloodline Acknowledgment ceremony, Solo Sikoa presided alongside Paul Heyman, Tama Tonga, and Tonga Loa, formally welcoming Jacob Fatu into their fold. As Solo asserted his demand to be recognized as the “Tribal Chief” by every member, Heyman, visibly moved, hesitated to comply.

This hesitation sparked Solo’s anger, leading him to deliver a fierce Samoan Spike to Heyman. Jacob Fatu then executed an aerial move from the top rope. Finally, Solo ordered the trio to deliver a punishing triple powerbomb to Heyman, marking shocking and unexpected end to the ceremony.

WWE took to Twitter to announce that the Bloodline Acknowledgement Ceremony segment from the June 28 episode of WWE SmackDown at the iconic Madison Square Garden in New York City drew significant engagement on social media platforms, drawing over 60 million views.


”The most CHAOTIC moment of all time in the storied history between @WWE and @TheGarden ? 👀”

Paul Heyman was also stretchered out following The Bloodline’s brutal assault. It remains uncertain how long Heyman will be sidelined, but fans believe he might make a return alongside Roman Reigns at SummerSlam in August.

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