“I think we just getting started”: Jey Uso Teases The Bloodline is Far From Getting Over Despite Roman Reigns Getting Beaten at WrestleMania 40

Despite battling the Bloodline at the recent WrestleMania, Jey Uso believes their story has just started.

“I think we just getting started”: Jey Uso Teases The Bloodline is Far From Getting Over Despite Roman Reigns Getting Beaten at WrestleMania 40


  • The Bloodline suffered a devastating loss on Night 2 of WrestleMania XL as Cody Rhodes won over Roman Reigns.
  • There are rumors of the Bloodline cousins taking a break from WWE after their loss, but the Bloodline story may not yet be over.
  • According to former Bloodline member Jey Uso, their story feels like it just started and believes will continue in the future.
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The Bloodline was at its peak leading up to WrestleMania XL with Roman Reigns and the Rock creating a big hurdle for Cody Rhodes’ journey to finish his story. The pair wreaked havoc on Rhodes, beating him down at every possible chance and demotivating him consistently. Their big win on Night 1 of WrestleMania showed they weren’t one to mess with.

Cody Rhodes defeated Roman reigns and became the new WWE champion
Cody Rhodes defeated Roman Reigns at WrestleMania XL and became the new WWE champion

However, Rhodes emerged victorious against all odds on Night 2, even with interferences from other Bloodline members like Jimmy Uso, and Solo Sikoa. One of the former members of the bloodline Jey Uso was one of the superstars who helped Rhodes clinch the trophy. Surprisingly, Uso revealed recently that the Bloodline story may be far from over.

Jey Uso Believes The Bloodline Still Has a Bright Future After WrestleMania XL

Jey Uso defeated Jimmy Uso on Night 1 of WrestleMania XL
Jey Uso defeated Jimmy Uso on Night 1 of WrestleMania XL

WrestleMania XL culminated the exciting rivalry that was set up between The Bloodline cousins The Rock and Roman Reigns against Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins. Rhodes was determined to finish his story by defeating Reigns and becoming the WWE champion while Reigns and Rollins also have a long-running rivalry as the latter betrayed Reigns when they were both members of the Shield.


Amidst all of these interesting interconnected storylines, the Rock’s heel turn added another intriguing element and increased expectations for fans who were looking forward to their showdown at WrestleMania. As seen recently, The Bloodline received a huge loss on Night 2 even with the math being under their rules as Rhodes defeated Reigns to become the new champion.

Former Bloodline member Jey Uso recently talked about the historic match, the end of Reigns’ ‘reign’ of his title, and the appearance of huge superstars like John Cena and LA Knight. However, Uso believes that the Bloodline story is far from over and it is still being written, as he feels it’s just started. He said (via YouTube),

“It’s crazy because it’s over now. Even the reign, seeing [Roman] walk off with no belt, he’s usually the one closing the show, right. Standing out there with John Cena, I was low-key looking at John Cena like, ‘Man, you’re here.’ I’m like, Randy’s here. There goes ‘Yeah’ LA Knight. I’m just being a fan, too. But I feel like the story’s still getting written. You know what I’m saying? I don’t think it’s ending. To be honest, I think we just getting started. For real, I’m excited to see how it unfolds.”

After his WrestleMania win, Rhodes was approached by the Rock who teased that his story with Rhodes had just begun (via YouTube). Other Bloodline members will surely want to challenge Rhodes for his title in the future. If what Uso says is true, Rhodes has a tough road ahead in his efforts to defend his title.


John Cena Gave Cody Rhodes a Valuable Advice Following His WrestleMania Win

John Cena faces off against the Rock at WrestleMania XL
John Cena faces off against the Rock at WrestleMania XL

Night 2 of WrestleMania XL had an intense and yet one of the most entertaining main events as Cody Rhodes and Roman Reigns battled it out for the Undisputed WWE championship title. The match saw a lot of surprises with superstars like John Cena, Undertaker, etc helping out Rhodes to ensure his victory at the end.

After the match, Cena appeared on the Pat McAfee show and talked about Rhodes’ historic win and how his journey to being one of the WWE GOATS has begun. He also shared an intimate moment between him and Rhodes where he advised him on the responsibility of winning such a big title and how heavy it will become as the days go on. Cena said,

“I told [Rhodes] in the ring that night… when I got to embrace him, he had the championship in his right hand,” Cena said. “I said… Do you feel how heavy it is?’ He said, ‘Yes.’ I said, ‘It will get heavier every day.’ Because that is the burden you bear of trying to craft the path to being the greatest of all time.”

Cena also declared in the interview that despite his loss, Reigns is one of the greatest of all time. Further in the interview, Cena talked about his retirement and how he plans to bow out of WWE by the age of 50 or sometime before that. It remains to be seen how Cena factors into the future of WWE after his WrestleMania appearance.


Written by Rahul Thokchom

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