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WWE Hall Of Famer Revises His Comments About The Bloodline Storyline Losing Steam

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During a recent episode of his weekly ’83 Weeks’ podcast, 2021 WWE Hall of Famer Eric Bischoff stated that he revised his earlier comments regarding the ongoing Bloodline storyline losing steam in WWE.

Here’s what Easy E had to say:

“I didn’t mean to suggest it’s (the Bloodline storyline) losing steam.

Is The Bloodline storyline at its apex now like it was leading into WrestleMania 39? No!

Because we’re not going into WrestleMania.

You can’t keep a story at a fever pitch, especially not one that’s lasted this long.

It’s going to ebb, and it’s going to flow just like any dramatic series, anything, a book.

It’s going to have its rollercoaster effect when it comes to the emotions.”

The Bloodline faction in WWE includes ‘The Tribal Chief’ Roman Reigns (son of The Wild Samoan Sika), Solo Sikoa (son of Rikishi) and Paul Heyman, but at its peak the stable also included The Usos (sons of Rikishi) and honorary member (not related to the famous ‘Samoan Dynasty’ family) Sami Zayn.

In the main event of the SummerSlam 2023 premium live event this past Saturday, Roman Reigns defeated Jey Uso to retain the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship and his Tribal Chief spot, after Jimmy Uso returned and turned heel on his twin brother Jey.

Eric Bischoff used to work for Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association (1986-1991), Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling (1991-2000), WWE (2002-2005) and Dixie Carter’s Total Nonstop Action! (2010-2013).

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