The complete Bloodline, including honorary Uce Sami Zayn, went to clash in the men's War Games at WWE Survivor Series against the team formed by the three Brawling Brutes, Drew McIntyre and Kevin Owens, right in the main event of the last Big Four of the WWE.
A rivalry had already been born between the brawlers and the Samoans for a few weeks, especially after the beating against Sheamus which kept him out for some time in the storyline, since then we learned that he got married, and simply needing two mates, Scotsman McIntyre has joined his friend Sheamus, accompanied by a Kevin Owens who says he has an unfinished business with the Tribal Chief.
At the end of the War Games of the Series, Sami Zayn hit his former teammate, Kevin Owens numerous times, then knocking him down for the final Splash by Jey Uso and thus allowing his team to win the contest, after Owens had attempted to reason with his lifelong friend, in the first episode of Friday Night Smackdown.
On that occasion, Jey had also managed to hear the speeches of the two Canadians, with Sami who had almost accepted Owens' words, but in the match of the Series, Sami continued to defend the Bloodline, despite not really being a member of the family samoan.
Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens are splitting
During the episode of Monday Night Raw aired tonight, the Bloodline appeared in the rings of the red show, with Sami Zayn and Jey Uso who also embraced in the center of the ring, making it clear that their past differences are only a distant I remember.
To intervene during their promo, however, Kevin Owens obviously arrived, who took it out on his now ex-friend, saying he doesn't want to have anything to do with him after Saturday. After telling him not to consider him crazy, nor to blame him, Owens said he was happy to see recognition towards Zayn, but that not having the same blood as the Bloodline, sooner or later the family will oust him from the group.
At this point, Jey started clapping towards Owens, telling the Canadian that hers is only envy, because he doesn't have a family around him that can protect him, unlike Zayn. At this point, a friendship that had lasted for well over 20 years between the two Canadians who have been fighting together in rings all over the world since ROH seems to have ended (obviously in terms of storyline).