On the surface at least, Roman Reigns and The Bloodline are stronger than they’ve been in months.
Jey Uso is back in the fold, problem child Sami Zayn has left the group and Solo Sikoa is still yet to be pinned since making his debut. However, in a strange way, this has created its own problems.
Although Jey is back with the group, Reigns questioned his loyalty on Raw. This came after Zayn and Kevin Owens laid down a WrestleMania challenge for The Usos. While in the main event segment, Solo Sikoa’s willingness to fight saw him get on the wrong side of the Tribal Chief.
Reigns came to the ring in a confident mood, but he was quickly interrupted by Cody Rhodes. The American Nightmare questioned by Reigns said he was a problem, before the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion verbally attacked the star for his perceived failures, even those in AEW. After some back and forth, Reigns and Paul Heyman went to leave, but Solo Sikoa remained in the ring.
As Reigns and Heyman stood on the outside questioning what he was doing, Sikoa had a staredown with Rhodes, before the American Nightmare goaded him into a fight. But Rhodes’ cut off the Samoan Spike, with Reigns quickly intervening to get Sikoa out of the ring.
Fan footage from after the show ended has now revealed that Reigns berated Sikoa as they headed back up the ramp for going into business for himself.
The clash came after Rhodes suggested that after WrestleMania The Bloodline would fall apart, with everyone turning on Reigns.
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Roman Reigns’ Universal Title To Be Scrapped?
Roman Reigns is the longest-reigning Universal Champion in history having held the gold for over 930 days. The star added the WWE Title at WrestleMania 38 to become the Undisputed Champion.
Interestingly, a report recently revealed that Triple H looked into scrapping the Universal Title, as he “doesn’t like it.” The Game even pondered bringing back the World Heavyweight Championship in its place.