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“I Don’t Know About Jey. I’m With Jimmy”: Cody Rhodes Breaks Silence on Jimmy Uso’s Shocking Betrayal of Roman Reigns

Published 06/04/2023, 1:00 PM EDT

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The Bloodline story has finally changed drastically and grabbed everyone’s attention in the wrestling industry yet again. While some are calling it the best story in wrestling after a long time, others are finally relieved to see a change in the dynamics. But it’s hard to find someone who isn’t engrossed in it. Even Reigns’ former opponent, Cody Rhodes, has something to say about it.

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Being one of the many wrestlers who lost their chance at beating Reigns because of The Bloodline, it is interesting to see what Rhodes thinks about this new development in the story after Jimmy Uso superkicked Reigns at Night of Champions.

Out of nowhere, Cody Rhodes cuts a promo on The Bloodline story


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On a house show, Rhodes came out during the intermission of the show, encouraging people to get up and get water, merchandise, or anything they might want to do. Then, he tells them that the new WHC Seth Rollins is in the building, along with The Usos. That’s when he talked about the recent development in The Bloodline story.

He says, “I don’t know about Jey, I like Jimmy though. I’m with Jimmy, I think.” But then Rhodes kept on repeating that it’s just something he thinks. Of course, Rhodes likes that Jimmy Uso was brave enough to stand up to Reigns. Not only did Rhodes face his biggest loss at the hands of the Tribal Chief, but Reigns also publicly shamed him.


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But if you’ve been living under a rock or haven’t kept up with the story, here’s a small crash course.

What’s going on in The Bloodline right now?

After The Usos lost their unified tag titles at WrestleMania 39, Reigns was furious with them. Even after getting the chance to get the titles back, they failed. After seeing their loss, Reigns announced that he will be the one to get the titles back to The Bloodline.


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So, Reigns and Solo Sikoa faced the champions, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn, but they lost after The Usos interfered. While the twins came out to help their Tribal Chief, one misplaced super kick later, Reigns was pushing them around even when Jey Uso apologized to him.

Seeing his brother beg in front of Reigns and the Undisputed WWE champion pushing him around, Jimmy snapped. He delivered two superkicks to Reigns and left the ring with Jey Uso. Owens and Zayn capitalized on this and retained their titles.


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Written by:

Murtaza Bharmal


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Murtaza is a seasoned WWE writer at EssentiallySports with a passion for storytelling in journalism. His love for pro wrestling began during the legendary Randy Orton-John Cena feud in the 2010s, and his enthusiasm for the sport reached new heights after witnessing the masterful performance of Sasha Banks and Bayley in NXT. As an expert in the field of pro wrestling, Murtaza epitomizes the fans' perspective at ES.
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Sherjeel Malik