Jimmy Uso’s Role within The Bloodline Remains Uncertain

During the September 8 episode of WWE SmackDown, Jimmy Uso engaged in a pivotal conversation with Paul Heyman backstage, shedding light on the complexity of his status within The Bloodline. Jimmy expressed that he had not received any official word about being “out” of The Bloodline, emphasizing that he still considered himself “in.” However, Heyman clarified that his full inclusion in the faction rested on the approval of Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns.

Heyman then entrusted Jimmy with the task of taking care of business against AJ Styles in the main event, hinting that doing so would lead to a potential family reunion.

In the subsequent main event, Uso faced Styles but fell short in his efforts, despite having initiated an attack on Styles earlier in the show. Heyman had indicated that Solo Sikoa, The Bloodline’s enforcer, was absent, but Sikoa made a surprising appearance at ringside during the match. Nevertheless, Styles emerged victorious.

Following the match, The Judgment Day, composed of Finn Balor and Damian Priest, ambushed Styles and left him in the ring. They placed Styles at Sikoa’s feet, setting up an intriguing conclusion to the episode.

The Judgment Day continues to assert their dominance and claim that they are the leading faction in WWE. Fans eagerly await The Bloodline’s response to this latest development, as the storyline takes another intriguing twist.

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