Bloodline Civil War Tag Match Set for Money in the Bank 2023

Roman Reigns & Solo Sikoa vs The Usos
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The Bloodline will be on the battlefield once again in London, but this time they will face each other in a tag team match. 

WWE has officially announced that the Tribal Chief Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa will team up to face Jimmy & Jey (The Usos) in a tag team match at WWE Money in the Bank 2023 PLE. The announcement came at the SmackDown Laylow, after Jey Uso picked his brother Jimmy’s side and the Usos laid out Roman and Solo to close the June 16 episode of SmackDown

The tension was building between the Bloodline ever since Sami Zayn betrayed Roman and Jey Uso decided to walk away from the scene. The breakup of Bloodline was already teased a lot of times, but things got wrong on the May 26 episode of SmackDown when Kevin Owens taunted The Usos by saying Roman is only using them, then Jimmy responded to this statement by saying he is the Tribal Chief.

Roman stopped trusting the Usos, and eventually announced he and Solo would face Kevin and Sami for the tag titles. These two teams collided at WWE Night of Champions 2023, but Roman & Solo failed to win after Jimmy Uso laid out Roman Reigns with a superkick. 

During the June 2 episode of SmackDown, Jimmy confronted his younger brother Solo Sikoa and tried to convince him that Roman Reigns is manipulating and using him. However, Solo pledged his loyalty to Roman and he proved the same when he delivered a Samoan Spike to Jimmy Uso.

The drama continues on the June 9 episode of SmackDown where Paul Heyman tried to manipulate Jey Uso by saying that he would be the next Tribal Chief and that his grooming would start when he faced Austin Theory for the United States Championship the same night. 

Pretty Deadly interfered in the match on behalf of Austin Theory. Witnessing this, Jimmy made his way to the ring. But, Solo Sikoa had a different mindset. Solo tried to deliver Samoan Spike to Jimmy Uso, but Jey stopped him, and then Jimmy accidentally hit Jey with the superkick which resulted in Austin Theory retaining his title.

Everyone was waiting for the June 16 episode of SmackDown, because it would be the night when Jey Uso would make his final decision. Roman stated that he has been grooming Jey for the last three years and that Roman only meant to bring them to the Island of Relevancy whereas Jey Uso is meant to keep them there. 

Initially, Jey told Jimmy that you’re out which made everyone believe that he would side with Roman, but then he announced that he is out too and then sealed his decision by hitting Roman with a superkick. 

Now, The Usos will face their own little brother Solo Sikoa and their former Tribal Chief Roman Reigns at the O2 Arena in London on July 1, 2023, at Money in the Bank. Roman Reigns already defeated Jey Uso twice in a singles match. Will the result be any different when they will be on the opposite corners in a tag team match?

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