The Undertaker Heavily Praises The Bloodline Storyline

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The Undertaker had some really nice things to say about The Bloodline story recently by calling it a “compelling” storyline that is so well done.

At the Royal Rumble, The Bloodline group split apart at the seams, so to speak. That’s because Sami Zayn refused Roman Reigns’ demand to attack Sami’s defenseless best friend Kevin Owens with a steel chair. The fans popped loudly when Zayn attacked Reigns with a steel chair. It led to Roman, Jimmy Uso & Solo Sikoa destroying Zayn right in front of Owens, who was handcuffed to the ropes.

Meanwhile, Jey Uso chose to walk away rather than beat up Zayn with his cousin Roman and brothers Jimmy & Solo because Jey took a liking to Zayn.

All of this will lead to Elimination Chamber on February 18th when Reigns defends the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship against Zayn in Sami’s hometown of Montreal.

While speaking to Tim & Friends on Sportsnet in Canada to promote his one-man show in Montreal prior to Elimination Chamber, The Undertaker was asked for his thoughts on the current WWE product. That led to the Deadman praising The Bloodline group.

“Yeah, I still watch the product. I watch. It’s kind of a no-brainer, I’m watching what Bray does. The Bloodline story is just phenomenal, and obviously, it might be in Montreal, I would be remiss if I didn’t mention Sami Zayn and the job he’s done in that story. That Bloodline and Sami Zayn story is so compelling. It’s so well done. It’s what we do. That’s what we do at our best. It’s storytelling.”

“I think that the whole thing has been done…just the layers of how it started and bringing in The Usos into it and the uncertainty there and bringing everything together where it’s just a well-oiled machine till you can see the wheels loosening up and about to come off and the thing with Sami. It’s really been well done.”

During the same interview, The Undertaker explained why he believed it was unfair to compare Bray Wyatt to him.

H/T WrestlingNewsco