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WWE’s Tribal Chief Paul Heyman Teases Absence of The Usos

Roman Reigns and Cody Rhodes (Via WWE/Twitter)

WWE’s Tribal Chief Roman Reigns has been going strong in the wrestling world, recently crossing 1000 days as the WWE Universal Champion. As he gears up for WWE Night Of Champions, his Special Counsel Paul Heyman has hinted that The Usos might not be joining him in Saudi Arabia for the event. Heyman took to Twitter to share details of his flight with fellow Bloodline members Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa, but mysteriously left out The Usos from the announcement.

This move has sparked interesting questions about the future of The Bloodline, particularly in light of Friday Night Smackdown’s recent developments. Could the tension within the group lead to a potential break-up? It remains to be seen how Reigns and Solo Sikoa will fare in their tag team match against Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens at Night Of Champions.

Roman Reigns (Via WWE/Twitter)

As Reigns and his entourage prepare to take on the tag team titles, fans are eager to see what’s in store for the event. With Heyman’s subtle hint at The Usos’ absence, it’s unclear what the future holds for the group. As the tribal chief’s Special Counsel, Heyman’s insights into the industry are unparalleled, and his opinions on the situation are worth considering. Whether or not The Usos will still appear at WWE Night Of Champions remains to be seen, but one thing is certain – the drama surrounding Roman Reigns and The Bloodline is far from over.

Heyman’s tweet hinted at a possible absence of The Usos, sparking speculation about the potential outcome. “YOUR #TribalChief, Solo and the wise man on their way to Saudi Arabia aboard a magnificent G5! #WWENOC” – the tweet read, leaving many to wonder what had become of The Usos. As the event draws near, fans are eagerly awaiting any further updates on the situation. Will The Usos make an appearance, or have the seeds of disloyalty within The Bloodline finally taken root? Only time will tell.

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