Former WWE writer believes that the Bloodline is a joke; Find out more

The Bloodline has been creating ripples altogether and their latest rift with Cody Rhodes has made the biggest headlines of all time. The Rock and Roman Reigns have joined hands and they are stronger than ever. Cody Rhodes has possibly got the support of Seth Rollins but how deep is he going to get into the muddle, that remains a question mark.

While talks of the Bloodline keeps on ruling the roost, another real life member of the Bloodline has dropped a major announcement where he will be joining the ranks of a major promotion in wrestling that involves another serious heavy contender of the former WWE days.


Zilla Fatu, who is son of the former WWE star, Umaga will be joining forces with Booker T at the Reality of Wrestling promotion. In fact, it is safe to say that this is a reconciliation and not just any arrival. He was formerly a part of the promotion but things went horribly wrong when he and Booker couldn’t solve the differences between them, eventually drawing the curtains on the partnership.

Here is what Vince Russo had to say about the Bloodline

However, announcing his return back to the promotion, Fatu tweeted, “After heartfelt discussions, Booker T and I have reconciled. It’s with genuine excitement I announce my return to Reality Of Wrestling. Looking forward to creating unforgettable moments together. #ROW #NewBeginnings 🤼‍♂️ @BookerT5x @TheOfficialROW.”


While Booker T can rejoice at the arrival of Zilla, former WWE writer, Vince Russo said, “This is me. Bro, The Bloodline has never, ever, ever been over with me. Ever… I think a lot of it has to do with, first of all, The Usos have been around forever. It’s not like they just introduced The Usos and they are cousins of Roman. They’ve been around forever… So there was nothing new there.”

He further added, “Then to me, Sami Zayn. Sami Zayn in that role with Uce was just a joke. I am gonna relate it to the bar has been so freaking lowered that everybody thought this Bloodline was so over. I never ever, ever felt that way.”


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