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WWE Smackdown: The Bloodline Dumps Paul Heyman

Paul Heyman finally showed some loyalty, and he got beaten up for it.

During the “Bloodline Acknowledgement Ceremony” on last night’s WWE Smackdown, Heyman stayed true to Roman Reigns by refusing to crown Solo Sikoa as the new Tribal Chief.

Solo delivered the “Spike” to the throat on the 58-year-old Hall of Fame manager. The other Bloodline members (Tama Tonga, Tanga Loa, and Jacob Fatu) then gave Heyman the Shield Triple Powerbomb through the announcers’ table.

I expected Heyman to go along with the new Bloodline considering his track record. He turned against Brock Lesnar in 2002 and Rob Van Dam in 2006, helping The Big Show to win World titles on both occasions.


Three more wrestlers qualified for the Money in the Bank ladder matches, which will take place in Toronto on July 6.

LA Knight pinned US champion Logan Paul in a Triple Threat match that also included Santos Escobar.

This show took place at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Paul was distracted by a ringside showdown between the Knicks’ Jalen Brunson and the Indiana Pacers’ Tyrese Haliburton, who came to the ring with Paul.

On the women’s side, Tiffany Stratton defeated Jade Cargill and Candice LeRae. Indi Hartwell attacked Cargill at ringside, and Tiffy beat LeRae with the Prettiest Moonsault Ever.

Cargill returned the favor during Hartwell’s match against Blair Davenport and Naomi. This allowed Naomi to qualify by pinning Hartwell.

So what about WWE champion Cody Rhodes? He is forming an alliance with Kevin Owens and Randy Orton to battle The Bloodline at Money in the Bank.


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