“Everybody Was Just Scattered” : 27-Year-Old Top AEW Wrestler Claims Roman Reigns and the Bloodline Arc United WWE Amidst Their Ongoing “S**t”

Published 10/02/2023, 4:47 PM EDT

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WWE has given way to several reputed stables. In the current day, however, nothing comes close to The Bloodline. The Samoan faction has had its days of ruling and bossing around the whole promotion. Even though it’s not as integral as it was before, wrestlers still respect it for the work it has done for the wrestling company.

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In fact, not only WWE talents but even wrestlers outside the Stamford-based company appreciate the stable’s work. According to the AEW World Champion, Roman Reigns‘ ‘Bloodline’ deserves credit for how they have helped WWE by pulling them out of a dark time.

AEW wrestler credits The Bloodline for pulling WWE

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Maxwell Jacob Friedman appeared in a recent interview with Wrestle Purists. In the video posted on YouTube, MJF was asked about a number of topics. The wrestler didn’t shy away from talking about WWE either. Eventually, the topic arrived on The Bloodline and he mentioned how the heel faction has made all the fans ‘feel’ something that WWE was unable to do.

He started off by saying, “Before bloodline it was just, ‘Yeah, you know, I’m tuning into WWE. There’s like sh*t going on, I guess.’ Everybody was just scattered.” Then, MJF complimented The Tribal Chief’s stable by saying, “It was scattered. It’s the only way to describe it. And then The Bloodline came along, and it made you feel.

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The 27-year-old believes that if it wasn’t for The Bloodline, WWE would have lost the emotional connection with its fans. So, the faction has indirectly affected the growth of all storylines in the promotion.

Even many months after its formation, The Bloodline’s arc has still not died. Although the integrity of the faction has been compromised, it’s still going strong, with a new aspect of the story waiting to be concluded.

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Although The Usos split, Jimmy Uso decided to stay with his family. Due to the absence of his twin, his little brother, Solo Sikoa, filled his spot. Now, the tag team is wreaking havoc in SmackDown. This led to John Cena eventually crossing paths with them. Eventually, Cena even got a new tag team partner to deal with the duo. However, they soon got rid of him.

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As a result, Cena had to find another partner for him. During the last SmackDown episode, he was able to find L.A. Knight suitable for the same when he appeared to save the WWE legend from the wrath of The Usos. And now, The Bloodline is going to conclude their feud with Cena and Knight at WWE Fastlane.

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Do you agree with MJF’s view on The Bloodline? Or do you have something to edit about the same?

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Kaif Ali

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Kaif Ali is a combat sports writer at EssentiallySports, known for his coverage of UFC and WWE. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in the English language from a top university. He is a passionate fan of legendary UFC fighters Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor, as well as a dedicated supporter of WWE icon Steve Austin.
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