WWE Bloodline member Jey Uso ends Roman Reigns’ legendary 1,294-days streak of no pin-fall losses at Money in The Bank

At Money in The Bank, a monumental incident occurred in WWE as Jey Uso, a member of the formidable Bloodline faction, brought an end to Roman Reigns’ legendary streak of 1,294 days without suffering a pin-fall loss. The shocking turn of events left the WWE Universe in awe as Uso managed to secure the pinfall victory over the dominant Universal Champion.

Reigns’ streak, which had become synonymous with his dominance, came to a stunning halt, signaling a potential shift in power within the Bloodline. This unexpected outcome has sparked intense speculation and excitement among wrestling fans, eager to witness the repercussions and the future direction of the Reigns-Uso rivalry.

Jey Uso breaks Roman Reigns first time in three years

The recent Money in The Bank event left the WWE Universe on the edge of their seats with its electrifying and shocking moments. While the event itself made headlines for being held in London, the true spotlight was on The Bloodline and its internal conflict.

The unexpected clash between brothers, Jey Uso and Roman Reigns, was a spectacle that many fans never anticipated. However, as The Usos emerged victorious over Reigns, keen-eyed fans noticed a remarkable similarity that added an intriguing twist to the storyline.

The fracture in The Bloodline began when Sami Zayn betrayed Reigns after enduring humiliation from the group. But it was Jey Uso’s Superkick to Roman at a SmackDown event that truly shook the foundation of their familial bond. The Usos had evidently reached their breaking point with the Tribal Chief, setting the stage for an intense showdown.

In a thrilling encounter, The Usos ultimately won the Bloodline Civil War against Reigns and his ally Solo Sokoa. This marked a significant moment as it was the first time Roman had been pinned since 2019.

The match delivered a captivating performance to the electrified crowd at London’s 02 Arena. Interestingly, the manner in which Roman was pinned mirrored his first-ever pinfall loss in WWE when Jey Uso was the one to secure the victory.

The irony was not lost on fans as Jey Uso had come full circle, being the first person to pin Roman Reigns back in September 2013 and now, a decade later, becoming the one to break Reigns’ impressive streak of no pinfall losses.

This monumental win for Jey and his brother Jimmy, who have been consistent performers and tag team partners in WWE, serves as a reminder that hard work and dedication can yield incredible results in the world of professional wrestling.

What is next for Roman Reigns? Plans for WrestleMania 40 revealed

Following Roman Reigns’ significant defeat at WWE Money in the Bank 2023 plans for his WrestleMania 40 appearance in 2024 have emerged. Reigns, the current WWE Universal Champion, suffered a pinfall loss to Jey Uso in the highly anticipated Bloodline Civil War match on the July 1 show. This defeat marked Reigns’ first pinfall loss since Baron Corbin at TLC in December 2019.

With the Tribal Chief’s high-profile loss, speculation is rife regarding his future and the trajectory of his Universal Championship reign. Fans are particularly curious about Reigns’ involvement in WrestleMania 40, considering he has entered the past three WrestleMania events as the Universal Champion.

According to Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio, the current plan is for Reigns to face Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania 40. Meltzer references Rhodes’ post-Money in the Bank press conference, where he discussed his family’s story and the significance of winning the World Heavyweight Title, which he believes Roman’s belt represents.

Previous reports had indicated discussions about a potential Cody Rhodes vs. Gunther matchup as the Raw main event for WrestleMania 40. However, talks now suggest that a rematch between Cody Rhodes and Roman Reigns is “very much on the table” for the coveted headliner spot.

At WrestleMania 39, Reigns defended his WWE Universal Championship against Cody Rhodes, with Solo Sikoa’s interference costing Rhodes the match. This outcome received substantial criticism from fans. In the latest Money in the Bank event, Cody Rhodes defeated Dominik Mysterio in a singles match.

As the plans for WrestleMania 40 take shape, the anticipated showdown between Roman Reigns and Cody Rhodes could captivate the WWE Universe, providing a compelling continuation of their ongoing storyline.


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