Jey Uso On The Bloodline: This Thing Might Go Another Three Years

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The Bloodline has dominated WWE since late 2020. Over the years, it has changed a lot, as Jey Uso has left the group, while Solo Sikoa and The Rock have joined it. Members of the real-life family, such as Jacob Fatu, are also potentially waiting in the wings.

Speaking with Tim Battle and Eli on the Battleground Podcast, Jey Uso was asked to share his thoughts on The Rock’s return and the latest in the Bloodline storyline. When asked whether he was surprised, he stated that he was not.

“Not really, Uce. We the ones, right? We the Bloodline, Uce,” Jey Uso said. “Whether we be separated or not, we just that good now, in every way. People need to step up because we gonna keep running it, Uce, and we’re gonna keep adding more. Bro, we deep. The Bloodline run deep,” Uso said.

Eli noted that it has been unbelievable to see the way the storyline has unfolded.

“Yeah, man, and we gonna keep doing it, Uce,” he said. “The Bloodline brought the drama, brought the theatrics, brought that cinema word. I feel like your boy was the heart of the Bloodline, and they can add The Rock, they can add them all, Uce. It ain’t gonna be Bloodline until Jey Uso’s back. That’s real talk.”

Jey Uso Wants To See Other Members Of The Bloodline Come To WWE

Jey Uso was then asked whether he had any advice for members of the real-life Bloodline who could potentially join the on-screen stable. He stated that he wanted them to come in, and he teased that the storyline could go another three years.

“Man, come. We family at the end of the day,” Jey Uso said. “Come. Some of your worst enemies might be in your family, but at the end of the day, we all still a family. So if you out there, I ain’t gonna name drop, but if y’all out there, I like all of our family being here, here, here, here. But at the end of the day, I feel like if we all come to the big leagues, WWE, it’s mind-blowing what could happen.

“You know what I’m saying? At least almost ten deep in there, you know? What? Let alone some big hitters. So man, the future is bright. That’s all I’m gonna say. The story keeps evolving. This thing might go another three years, to be honest.”

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