Matt Hardy Foresees Bloodline's Fall, Urges Title Split at WrestleMania 39
by SARAH KHAN | VIEW 809
This weekend, Matt Hardy anticipates that the long-reigning faction, The Bloodline, will finally meet its downfall. In the latest episode of "Extreme Life of Matt Hardy," the seasoned WWE Tag Team Champion shared his predictions for some of the most thrilling matches at WrestleMania 39, particularly those involving The Bloodline.
Roman Reigns, The Usos, and Solo Sikoa have dominated the WWE landscape for over a year. Last year, Reigns achieved the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship title by defeating Brock Lesnar, while The Usos rose to prominence in the tag team arena.
However, Hardy believes that it's time for a power shift. Matt Hardy explained that, with WWE entering a new era, making decisions that are best for business is crucial. He anticipates that the babyfaces will ultimately triumph in their matches, providing the satisfying victories fans have been waiting for.
With this in mind, Hardy envisions Cody Rhodes as the one to finally overthrow "The Tribal Chief," Roman Reigns, and emerge from WrestleMania 39 as the new Undisputed WWE Universal Champion. Similarly, Hardy predicts that The Usos will face defeat at to the hands of Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn in their own upcoming match.
Hardy Advocates Title Separation
In the aftermath of this predicted babyface takeover, Hardy suggests that WWE should consider separating the unified championships to maintain the integrity of the brand split. He argues that having distinct world titles and tag team titles for each brand would reinforce the legitimacy of the brand split and promote healthy competition.
The potential fall of The Bloodline at WrestleMania 39 would mark a significant turning point in WWE history. Fans eagerly await the outcomes of these high-stakes matches, and Matt Hardy's predictions have only heightened anticipation.
If his forecast proves accurate, WrestleMania 39 could be the stage for a dramatic power shift, paving the way for a new generation of WWE champions.