WWE Backstage Details Of Change Made To The Bloodline SmackDown Segment

WWE Backstage Details Of Change Made To The Bloodline SmackDown Segment WWE

A new report has revealed that a change was made to this week’s Bloodline segment on the April 12 edition of WWE SmackDown.

Following WrestleMania 40, and Cody Rhodes’ dethroning of Roman Reigns as Undisputed WWE Universal Champion, many fans wondered what the future of The Bloodline looked like over the next few months.

While there are plenty of new questions, we got a peek into the immediate future of The Bloodline on SmackDown, when Solo Sikoa and new WWE signing Tama Tonga brutally attacked Jimmy Uso.

With this exciting new twist to the saga in front of us, it seems as if there was also an interesting behind-the-scenes change also made to who handled this week’s Bloodline segment.

According to Fightful Select, Jason Jordan was the sole producer of this week’s Bloodline segment, which is a big change from the norm.

As Fightful point out in their report, Bloodline segments are typically produced by Michael Hayes, with Bobby Roode also helping out recently, however neither were involved this time around.

For what it’s worth neither Roode or Hayes were listed for any segments or matches from the show, so it is possible that this was a change made due to their absence.

To find out how Tama Tonga’s WWE debut was received backstage in WWE follow this link here.

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2 months ago by Jamie Toolan


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