The Bloodline storyline has come to an abrupt halt after Jey Uso announced his exit from the Stamford-based promotion. As the WWE Universe opens its gates of creativity, multiple probable storylines have surfaced on the internet. The management of Stamford-based promotion has kept their mouths shut on the matter but rumors suggested that Jimmy Uso vs. Jey Uso would soon take place.
An update on the iconic match between the Fatu twins has now surfaced on the internet. On the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer confirmed that the match won’t take place and has been delayed. “We do know that Jimmy vs. Jey Uso is being held off for more build time and likely a bigger show,” Dave said.
Fans had expected the Fatu twins at Payback in a one-on-one match. Despite Jey Uso now being in the alumni section of the Triple H-led promotion, there has been a massive wave of expectations for their match. The Samoan twins are advertised for the WWE Survivor Series that will take place on November 25 in Illinois.
With this, The Bloodline story has come to a sudden halt. The upcoming episode of Friday Night SmackDown will witness Jimmy Uso in the ring to address the crowd. However, the viral segments that The Bloodline has given in the past few months will now cease. This also puts the career of the Samoan stars in jeopardy unless WWE has a massive plan in mind.
When will Jey Uso vs Jimmy Uso take place?
Jimmy Uso betraying his twin became one of the most jaw-dropping moments in the WWE segments of the decade. As a result, the seeds of anger have been sown in the hearts of the Fatu twins. While there are questions as to when the duo will face each other, the most perfect time would be WrestleMania 40.
Jey spoke to Ariel Helwani of BT Sports and expressed his desire to face his blood at WrestleMania. “Before our career is done. That’s our number one dream of happening. Me vs. him at WrestleMania,” he said. With the current storylines involving the two, the plan doesn’t seem vague.
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He then went ahead to cite the same as his dream match. Jey also wanted their dad, Rikishi to be involved in the feud. “I want my whole family to run this thing. Me being against my brother, my heart would be filled with joy,” Jey added. With all this being said, it is now time for WWE management to put the plan into action.
However, WrestleMania 40 is still eight months away, and the WWE management wouldn’t linger on the storyline for such a long period of time. There have also been rumors of Jey Uso joining AEW. It is still unclear how the Usos would continue their relationship unless they vented their hearts.