Some of each. Over the last three years, the Bloodline Saga has dominated WWE, with the story being the major focus of the company. There have been all kinds of moments in the whole ordeal, but now things are starting to come unraveled. The team has had quite a few issues, and now some other groups are starting to vie for the spot that the Bloodline could be leaving behind.
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The main event of this week’s SmackDown saw AJ Styles defeat Jimmy Uso. Following the match, the Judgment Day attacked Styles so Solo Sikoa could hit him with the Samoan Spike. Sikoa and the Judgment Day then looked at each other, suggesting an alliance between the two. Earlier in the show, the Judgment Day had won a match but were interrupted by Bobby Lashley and the Street Profits. Lashley said the Bloodline was in decline and his team was taking their place.
It was a busy night. Check out what happened with the teams:
Opinion: I’m not sure if I can believe that the Bloodline is completely in decline as long as Roman Reigns has the WWE Universal Title, but things are not what they once were. There is something very interesting about seeing what might come next and it is a good sign that WWE is already planning in advance. We could be in for some interesting times in WWE and that should be rather intriguing for the future.
What do you think of the situation? Which stable will win out? Let us know in the comments below.
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