WWE Star Wants Babyface Reunion For The Bloodline

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One WWE star wants to see The Bloodline back together.

Since forming, The Bloodline has undergone several changes, but through it all they’ve remained one of the most dominant wrestling history.

The biggest change came in the summer of 2023 when Jey Uso quit the group and eventually landed on Raw, kick-starting his run as a singles star. This eventually led to a brother vs. brother match at WrestleMania 40 where he defeated Jimmy.

Meanwhile, The Rock aligned with Roman Reigns and The Bloodline when he returned to WWE but was unable to prevent the Tribal Chief from losing the Undisputed WWE Universal Title to Cody Rhodes.

Appearing on WWE’s The Bump, Jey discussed the dynamics of the group and admitted he’d love to see them reunite as the “good guys” just once.

“I’m not gonna say the Bloodline is gone because the Bloodline, it is WWE. My whole family, for over fifty years, and we’re gonna go another fifty years, I feel like, because we got little kids. Our cousins, I have so many little cousins that are lined up. They’re ready because they watch us every week.

I got messages all the time from my nieces and nephews, man. ‘Why’d you let John Cena beat up Solo?’ But they’re lined up, and they’re ready, and they’re deep.

WWE is my family, right. So with that said, I feel like right now, everybody, we bodied The Bloodline. All in all though, I would like for us to come back together, but as a healed up family. We fighting right now. All families fight, but I want us to come back as the good guys one time and see how works.

But if it wasn’t forThe Bloodline, I really wouldn’t be Main Event or sitting here with YEET shirts. I had to go through that whole process to help me grow, and I feel like the people watched my story unfold.”

Roman Reigns Taking A Break From WWE

Ahead of WrestleMania, it was reported that Roman Reigns would be taking a break from WWE and might not wrestle again until the company heads to Saudi Arabia or even SummerSlam.

Although schedules could change, Reigns isn’t advertised for an episode of SmackDown until August 2nd, which is the night before SummerSlam in Cleveland, Ohio.

Meanwhile, after CM Punk screwed Drew McIntyre on Raw, Jey Uso earned a shot at new World Champion Damian Priest.

H/t to Fightful