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Dijak Reacts To His Former Rival Joe Gacy Joining The Wyatt Sick6

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Below are a couple of top WWE news stories of the day, involving The Wyatt Sick6 and Roman Reigns.

• The June 17 episode of Monday Night RAW concluded with a shocking twist as Uncle Howdy and his notorious faction, The Wyatt Sick6, made a dramatic return. The long-standing QR code mystery was finally unraveled, revealing the members of this enigmatic group.

Bo Dallas, reprising his Uncle Howdy persona, leads the faction. Joining him are new members Nikki Cross and Joe Gacy, who took to social media to share their excitement about being part of the group. Dexter Lumis and original Wyatt Family member Erick Rowan also play significant roles in this ominous faction.

However, the debut of The Wyatt Sick6 also brought forth some intriguing comments from current RAW star Dijak, who has been conspicuously absent from the red brand since the 2024 WWE Draft. Dijak took to Twitter to reflect on his tumultuous history with Joe Gacy, now a member of The Wyatt Sick6, recalling their intense feud in NXT.

In his tweet, Dijak revealed how he felt mentally tormented and even brainwashed into joining a masked cult — a direct reference to his days in the faction Retribution. “I definitely lost my mind and got brainwashed into joining a masked cult about 4 years too early smh,” Dijak tweeted, hinting at the psychological toll his previous storyline took on him.

• Roman Reigns reigned supreme in WWE for nearly 4 years as the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion. However, his era of dominance was brought to an end at WrestleMania 40 when Cody Rhodes claimed the title, ending Reigns’ historic run of 1,316 days.

Since that pivotal night, Reigns has been noticeably absent from WWE television. In his absence, his enforcer, Solo Sikoa, has taken the reins of The Bloodline. Sikoa revealed that it was The Tribal Chief’s decision to step back and appointed new members, Tama Tonga and Tonga Loa, to strengthen the faction.

While Roman Reigns has been busy with outside projects, including a heartwarming act where he helped a fan attend a Bad Bunny concert in Miami, a surprising development has occurred. It has come to light that Reigns has unfollowed his cousin, Solo Sikoa, on Instagram. This move hints at potential discord within The Bloodline.

This social media snub suggests that Reigns might be unhappy with Sikoa’s leadership, a sentiment shared by Paul Heyman, who is Roman’s Wiseman. The tension brewing within The Bloodline could foreshadow a significant feud between Reigns and Sikoa upon Reigns’ return, setting the stage for a battle to determine the true leader of the faction.

This potential clash promises to write the next thrilling chapter in the ongoing Bloodline Civil War saga, pitting mentor against student in a struggle for supremacy.

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