The Bloodline currently stand tall at the top of WWE holding both the Tag Team Titles and World Championship gold.
Since returning to WWE the August 2020 Roman Reigns has been on the run of a lifetime. The Tribal Chief has held the Universal Championship for a staggering 863 days and counting, while he added the WWE Title at WrestleMania 38 282 days ago.
Interestingly, there have been hints that the Undisputed WWE Universal Title could be split ahead of WrestleMania 39, with reports suggesting that the WWE and Universal Championships could be defended on different nights.
Meanwhile, it appears that change could also be coming to the tag team division.
The Usos have been a vital part of the success of The Bloodline and hold both sets of Tag Team Titles. The duo won the SmackDown titles back at Money In The Bank in 2021, before adding the Raw titles on the May 20th, 2022 episode of SmackDown. During this period the brothers have become the longest-reigning WWE Tag Team Champions in history surpassing the New Day.
WWE To Break Up Unified Titles?
The January 9th episode of Raw opened with Kevin Owens ending up in a match with Baron Corbin and a wild brawl featuring KO and The Bloodline. Once the madness had died down, Adam Pearce set up two matches for later in the show. The official gave Solo Sikoa the task of facing Dolph Ziggler, while he also confirmed a Tag Team Turmoil match to decide new number one contenders for The Usos. Although Pearce stated that the number one contenders match would be for the Raw Tag Team Titles.
While this could have been a slip of the tongue, there is also the possibility that the Tag Team Titles will be seen as separate championships once again.
Tag Team turmoil was won by Judgment Day. The matches started with Fin Balor and Damian Priest but after Balor was injured he was replaced by Dominik Mysterio.