They’ll try someone else. The Bloodline has dominated WWE for the better part of the last three years and there is very little that comes close to them in recent memory. However, things have been falling apart a bit as of late as the Usos lost the Tag Team Titles at WrestleMania 39. Roman Reigns is not pleased, and now he is going to be doing something about it.

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This week on SmackDown, Reigns spoke to the Usos about their recent losses, with Jey Uso apologizing for the team. Uso asked for one more chance to bring the titles back to the Bloodline, with Reigns saying he liked the idea. However, it will be Reigns and Solo Sikoa challenging for the titles at Night Of Champions on May 27. This is the first time that Reigns and Sikoa have teamed together.

It has been a long path here. Check out how we got to this match:

Opinion: This is certainly a change of pace for the story and it gives everyone something to do at the show. If nothing else, this continues the Bloodline’s issues while also keeping Reigns from having to defend the title again so soon. It’s the kind of match that could go in a few different ways and that should make things all the more interesting. That’s a sign of a good story and now we should be in for a solid showdown at Night Of Champions.

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