New Bloodline drives fans crazy

The New Bloodline unveiled during SmackDown

by Simone Brugnoli
New Bloodline drives fans crazy
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The episode of SmackDown opens with the entrance of the New Bloodline! Under the threatening gaze of Solo Sikoa, Paul Heyman reminds that the younger brother of the Usos will sit as Head of the Table until Roman Reigns returns and adds that Tama Tonga will be the Right Hand Man from now on.

As the chants of “We want Roman” start, Heyman also introduces Tonga Loa as an official member of the stable and is about to leave, but Solo asks him if he hasn’t forgotten something and forces the Wise Man to thank the Tongans for saving him from Kevin Owens last week.

The presentation of the New Bloodline

KEVIN OWENS ARRIVES! The Canadian attacks the new Bloodline and is overwhelmed by the numerical superiority, but...THE STREET PROFITS INTERVENE! Initially they too are in difficulty, until KO returns to the ring armed with a chair and the faces clean up the place.

- Backstage Solo Sikoa asks Paul Heyman where he was during the attack by Kevin Owens and the Street Profits, then forces him to find a way to make the 3-on-3 match official as the main event of the evening, otherwise he will have to deal with Tama Tonga himself.

The lawyer, scared, promises to do what he was asked. - In the GM's office Indi Hartwell and Candice LeRae complain about the announced match between Jade Cargill and Indi, so Nick Aldis changes the cards on the table and organizes a tag team match between both champions and the former The Way.

I'm not sure it's much better for them. - Jade Cargill & Bianca Belair vs Indi Hartwell & Candice LeRae. Zoey Stark, Shayna Baszler and the Unholy Union show up at ringside during the match, but this is not enough to distract the champions and Cargill takes home a fairly easy victory after a tag team move on poor Hartwell.

After the match, Shayna and Zoey attack Jade Cargill, while Alba Fyre and Isla Dawn take care of Belair. The two couples interested in the titles seem to have the upper hand, but then they start to clash with each other, giving the champions time to recover and take their revenge.