Paul Heyman Addresses The Bloodline Situation; Reveals The Usos Were Always Second to Roman Reigns

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In a recent interaction, Paul Heyman, known for his association with Roman Reigns and The Bloodline, shared insights into the faction’s internal dynamics. The focus of the conversation was the role of The Usos within the group and their relationship with Reigns.

Heyman has been with The Bloodline for close to three years, during which the faction has seen various changes. The Usos, comprising of twins Jey and Jimmy, joined Reigns, with Sami Zayn and Solo Sikoa later becoming part of the group. However, the harmony within the faction was disrupted when Zayn betrayed Reigns, leading to a rift between The Usos and Reigns.

During his appearance on The Pat McAfee Show, Heyman discussed the current state of The Bloodline. He dismissed rumors of influencing the faction’s current situation and stated that The Usos have always been secondary to Reigns. He further elaborated on their childhood rivalry, where Reigns often dominated.

Heyman also predicted a tough time for The Usos at the hands of The Bloodline in London. He expressed his admiration for the twins but warned of the severe beatings they are likely to receive from Reigns and Solo at Money in the Bank on July 1st.

Despite the internal strife, fans are eagerly awaiting The Bloodline’s Civil War at Money in the Bank. However, Reigns will participate in another Premium Live Event without defending his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.

Speculations are rife about Heyman’s future with The Bloodline. Bill Apter, a notable figure in sports entertainment, suggested on Sportskeeda Wrestling’s UnSKripted that Heyman might leave Reigns to join The Usos. This potential shift could lead to Reigns losing his support system before losing his title, marking a new chapter in The Tribal Chief’s story.