Since the birth of the Bloodline stable in WWE, formed by cousins Roman Reigns and Jimmy and Jey Uso, with the support of Paul Heyman, people have started to think that maybe it would be nice to add a female component to the group.
The most obvious choices at the time were definitely Nia Jax, who is now no longer in the company, and obviously, Tamina, but also the name of Naomi, who is officially part of the Samoan family having married Jimmy years ago, was out.
Of course, the point is that Bloodline, as the name itself implies, is based on ancestry, lineage, so something that implies a blood bond, but in the end it doesn't have to be so necessary, as we also see with Paul Heyman.
What's next for Naomi?
During an interview with colleagues from Inside The Ropes, Naomi did not hide and said what she thinks about the possibility of entering the stable: "I am absolutely not against it and I think it is so important in our business to grow and evolve.
If not it's there organically so I don't want it and I don't want it to be something just for the fun of it. Okay, we've seen it in the 'Glow' for so long. Let's take a step back, let's see something different.
I really think there is. evolve naturally." She also added that she doesn't want to be forced into the group just to be a part of it: “It definitely works, but I think right now, there must be a way to get me there, because I'm not that affiliated with them right now at the moment.
show. They are doing a great job. The faction is incredible. If it's not broken, don't fix it." Naomi was also asked if she gets any advice from Paul Heyman: “I do and it's kind of weird that I'm not in it [the stable] because I'm always there with them.
They are always there, I always go around him, I always annoy him. Maybe later or maybe there's somewhere I can get in with the kids, with Jon and Josh. But it is definitely something I can't wait for. I wish it was the right time and done correctly."
Heyman, who is the chief counsel to The Tribal Chief, told Sportskeeda last year that Naomi may be a part of the group already. "How do you know she's not already at the table? Because it's not on television? Does everything happen on television? We're on television two hours a week and tomorrow, by the way, two and a half hours on FS1.
That leaves a lot of time for the rest of the week when there are machinations and maneuvers and negotiations and strategies and things happening that you don't see on television," said Heyman.