The Usos ruined Roman Reigns’ segment on WWE SmackDown by attacking Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens. The Tribal Chief was extremely displeased with Jimmy and Jey showing up out of nowhere and attacking the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions from behind. He also had a little exchange with Solo Sikoa that didn’t end well.
After Roman Reigns was done yelling at The Usos, he turned around and inadvertently bumped into Solo. Apparently, that didn’t sit well with the Enforcer. Reigns’ reaction completely changed the moment he made physical contact with his cousin. The Tribal Chief even apologized to Solo for the accidental bump, implying that he doesn’t want to make enemies with the Enforcer.
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The Bloodline was then shown in a backstage segment on WWE SmackDown. Jey Uso tried to explain to Roman Reigns their reason for attacking Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens. The Head of the Table told them he didn’t want The Usos to attack Owens and Zayn. He then told the brothers to leave his locker room.
Things aren’t clearly looking too well for The Bloodline on WWE SmackDown. Tension has been boiling between The Usos and Roman Reigns. For those unaware, the Tribal Chief will team up with the Enforcer to take on Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship at Night of Champions.
What does fate have in store for Roman Reigns at WWE Night of Champions?
The Bloodline will be in Saudi Arabia for the May 27th Premium Live Event. You can check out the match card announced so far by clicking here. WWE Night of Champions 2023 will mark The Tribal Chief’s 1000th day as Universal Champion.
Having said that, the event could see Reigns suffer his first pinfall loss in nearly three years. The top superstar hasn’t been pinned since 2019, when he lost to Baron Corbin at the Tables, Ladders and Chairs premium live event.
It remains to be seen how things will unfold one week from this Saturday.
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