The breakup of The Bloodline looks to finally be here.
Tensions within The Bloodline boiled over after botched interference by The Usos at Night of Champions. The situation led to Jimmy Uso laying out Roman Reigns with two superkicks.
After a referee bump, The Usos interfered in the main event of Saturday's pay-per-view and tried to help Reigns & Solo Sikoa win the Undisputed WWE Tag Team titles from Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn. The Usos went to drop Zayn with a double superkick, but he moved out of the way and they accidentally hit Sikoa. That caused a furious Reigns to berate The Usos and pie-face both Jimmy and Jey.
Jimmy responded by hitting a superkick on Reigns. Jey was shocked and told Jimmy that he had to be better than that. But Jimmy said he was just doing what Jey should have done a long time ago. Jimmy then gave Reigns another superkick.
"It's me and you now," Jimmy told Jey. "We the ones, not him. I'm your brother, not him. I would never do you like that. I would never treat you like that."
Though Jey was reluctant, The Usos eventually left together.
Owens then gave Sikoa a stunner and Zayn hit a Helluva Kick on Sikoa to retain the Undisputed WWE Tag Team titles.
Owens & Zayn became Tag Team Champions when they defeated The Usos at WrestleMania 39 this April. The tension between Reigns and The Usos had been rising since Jimmy & Jey lost their titles. On last night's SmackDown, Reigns was mad at Jimmy for calling himself the "Tribal Chief."
The Bloodline story will continue on SmackDown next Friday (June 2). The episode is set to feature a celebration for Reigns reaching 1,000 days as Universal Champion. Reigns' title reign hit the 1,000-day mark today.
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