Roman Reigns is prepared to celebrate his historic triumph; SmackDown has announced a mixed tag team match.

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On last week’s episode of SmackDown, Roman Reigns had a historic moment. The Tribal Chief made history by becoming the first WWE Superstar to compete in and win a Hell in a Cell match on the blue brand.

Reigns dominated Rey Mysterio and won by a wide margin. The theme of their match was ‘family,’ and it centred around the Universal Champion’s savage attack on Rey Mysterio’s son Dominik.

On the next episode of SmackDown, Roman Reigns will celebrate his victory. Paul Heyman, the Tribal Chief’s special attorney, as well as his cousins Jimmy and Jey Uso, should be present.Jey Uso, on the other hand, was noticeably absent from last week’s broadcast of SmackDown, raising questions about his whereabouts.

Bianca Belair and Cesaro will pair up to fight Bayley and Seth Rollins in a Mixed tag team bout on this week’s edition, according to WWE’s website.

SmackDown will be an intriguing night, especially because Roman Reigns will be celebrating his birthday. However, at Money in the Bank, there will certainly be a WWE Superstar willing to disturb the festivities and challenge Reigns to a match.

There are many unanswered concerns about Roman Reigns and his family.

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The Bloodline has been in disarray recently

There’s no doubting Roman Reigns is an unstoppable force on SmackDown Live. However, there are some concerns about his family’s cohesiveness.

Things haven’t been going well for the Bloodline lately, and it all began with Jimmy Uso’s return. After missing a year due to injuries, he returned with a bang just a few weeks ago.

Regrettably, he refused to recognize Roman Reigns as his Tribal Chief. This sparked a weeks-long feud that lasted until Reigns’ Hell in a Cell bout against Rey Mysterio.

Roman Reigns has finally been recognised by Jimmy Uso, but his brother Jey, Roman’s right-hand man, has vanished.

What are your thoughts on the Bloodline’s drama? Is Roman Reigns capable of bringing everything together? In the comments box below, please share your thoughts and suggestions.




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