Tension has been boiling over in The Bloodline for months now and at Night of Champions it was Jimmy Uso who decided to send a message to The Tribal Chief when he hit him with a superkick during the main event. Last week on Friday Night SmackDown, Jey Uso made his choice when he also superkicked Roman Reigns and now The Usos are out of The Bloodline.
During a recent episode of the Pat McAfee Show, Paul Heyman was asked if he feels like he’s at fault for The Usos turning on Roman Reigns and he made it clear that he doesn’t think that’s the case.
“100% my fault? I don’t know how we could take that position, though I do respect your opinion. Listen, this is growing pains. The Usos are now experiencing the same growing pains that they did when they were children, and they always were second to Roman Reigns, whether it be on the football field or at the house or who got the better food for the better nutrition to build the better body, or who could just whoop whose a** in the back yard. It was always The Tribal Chief that remained dominant over the twins, and it did take two twins to put one Tribal Chief down. I love the twins. I love Jey and Jimmy, and I hope that they will display the same greatness that they did as the greatest tag team champions of all time when they take their beatings from Roman Reigns and Solo at Money in the Bank July 1 in London. I’m very proud of them for being willing to take those beatings.”
The Usos will face off against Roman Reigns & Solo Sikoa at the Money in the Bank premium live event on Saturday, July 1. Stay tuned for more updates as they become available.