The Bloodline, which has been the top faction in WWE for over two years, is facing a potential split after Sami Zayn betrayed Roman Reigns. Fans are now worried about the future of the faction after Solo Sikoa warned The Usos ahead of Backlash 2023. The Bloodline is set to take on Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, and Matt Riddle in a six-man tag team match at the Premium Live Event.
The Usos have suffered several losses in recent weeks, which has dented their standing in the faction. During the latest episode of SmackDown, Solo Sikoa appeared backstage with his brothers, Jimmy and Jey Uso. Solo told his brothers that he would do his part during the match at Backlash and warned them to do their part of the job before the segment came to an end.
The segment was an entertaining one for fans, and many are now scared for the future of The Bloodline. Some believe that The Usos will mess up during the six-man tag team match, leading to Solo Sikoa turning on them. Fans have taken to social media to express their thoughts on the matter, with many believing that Solo has the potential to become a major singles star.
It is possible that Solo could go on to challenge Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship down the line, but for now, it looks like he will stick with Roman Reigns in the faction. Meanwhile, The Usos could be cut out by The Tribal Chief soon, as they have failed to impress him in recent months.
The Bloodline’s popularity has declined sharply since WWE WrestleMania 39. WrestleMania 39 was an important moment in The Bloodline’s story, with The Usos losing their Undisputed Tag Team Championships to Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn on the first night of the show. The second night’s main event saw Roman Reigns retain his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship after Solo Sikoa and The Usos caused many distractions in the contest.
Most fans were not happy with the outcome of the contest, and The Tribal Chief has not appeared on-screen since the RAW after WrestleMania. Meanwhile, fans have seen The Usos and Sikoa involved in mixed bookings with repetitive endings. The company will need to do a lot more to push the faction forward and breathe some life into it once Reigns returns next week.
It will be important for the creative team to keep fans interested in its top faction. The Bloodline’s future is uncertain, and fans are eagerly waiting to see what happens at Backlash. Will The Usos mess up, or will Solo Sikoa turn on his brothers? Only time will tell.
In conclusion, the future of The Bloodline remains shrouded in uncertainty. While fans are excited to see what happens at Backlash, the creative team will need to work hard to keep the faction relevant and engaging for the audience. The Bloodline has been the top faction in WWE for over two years, and it would be a shame to see it fall apart.