The Bloodline has so far been the most dominant faction in the documented history of WWE.
Tribal Chief, Head of the table Roman Reigns was the leader accompanied by his cousins Jimmy and Jey Uso in the team was an unstoppable force already, and add up The Wiseman Paul Heyman to that it goes down to beat any faction in history.
Later Sami Zayn was added as an honorary member of The Bloodline making it a faction that can only lose to the faction alone. No force other than the bloodline itself could destroy it.
Well, when they soar too high often fall that hard could not be truer in this case as it was only a matter of time before falling apart.
It Was that moment when at WWE Royal Rumble Tribal Chief asked Sami to hit his long-time friend Kevin by Chair but Kevin Hit Roman Reigns instead. All of The Bloodline then incapacitated Sami except for Jey Uso.
He at one point left the ring as even Jey did not feel comfortable in The Bloodline as well. He was the one who did not like Sami’s inclusion and he was the one that supported Sami this time around. Jey never really wanted to be on the Bloodline but he had to Sami always could choose to leave and he did.
This was the very same Sami who Jey did not like but Roman Did. Now, as Roman Reigns proved wrong and Jey was right, the other half of the Uso brothers decided to leave the stable as well as he simply walked himself out of the ring.
That’s why he came to a realization that he knew he was right and why would he even have to stick to such a place where he doesn’t want to.
Later Jey Uso announced his exit on Instagram that he is no more with The BloodLine. In a Photo he posted, “I’m out”.
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Also in his Instagram story, Jey Uso asked Roman, “Run it Back”
With Jey’s exit and Cody’s Royal Rumble victory, what awaits in the fate of the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion, Roman Reigns at the biggest event of the year, Wrestlemania 39? Time will say.