What Happened In Jey Uso & Solo Sikoa Untelevised Segment After Jimmy Uso Bloodline Attack

What Happened In Jey Uso & Solo Sikoa Untelevised Segment After Jimmy Uso Bloodline Attack WWE

Here’s what went down between Solo Sikoa and Jey Uso after Friday’s (April 12) edition of SmackDown went off the air.

While there has been some uncertainty surrounding the status of the Bloodline faction following Roman Reigns losing the WWE Undisputed Universal Championship, Solo Sikoa made a huge statement on this week’s edition of SmackDown, seemingly changing the group forever.

Sikoa attacked Jimmy Uso during an in-ring segment, alongside the debuting Tama Tonga. Sikoa and Tonga left together, indicating that Jimmy Uso has been kicked out of the Bloodline, with Tama Tonga taking his place.

The Tribal Heir’s night didn’t end here, with Sikoa facing off against his other brother Main Event Jey Uso in an untelevised match following the live SmackDown broadcast.

You can view clips from this dark match below, with Solo Sikoa mocking Jey Uso’s Yeet taunt several times.

The match ended via disqualification, with Sikoa dropping Jey Uso with a low blow. Jey ultimately hit Sikoa with a Spear to send the crowd home happy.

Jey Uso left the Bloodline faction back in June 2023, ahead of him and Jimmy Uso defeating Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa at Money in the Bank 2023.

Main Event Jey Uso challenged for Roman Reigns’ WWE Undisputed Universal Title and Tribal Chief moniker at SummerSlam 2023, but Jimmy Uso cost him the match.

Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso finally faced off at WrestleMania 40, with Jey Uso defeating his brother in singles action.

Naomi has now reacted to Solo Sikoa and Tama Tonga attacking her husband Jimmy Uso on SmackDown, which you can read more about right here.

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2 months ago by Sanchez Taylor

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