WWE has reportedly planning to replace The Bloodline on television after the group’s split up. The Judgment Day is expected to succeed Roman Reigns faction.
The Bloodline officially break-up after The Usos betraying Roman Reigns two months back. The Usos faced Solo Sikoa and Roman Reigns in Civil War at Money In The Bank 2023 premium live event and got the huge victory. On the other hand, The Judgment Day became stronger after Finn Balor and Damian Priest resolved their differences on Monday Night Raw.
According to the reports by WKRD Wrestling, WWE views The Judgment Day (Finn Balor, Damian Priest, Rhea Ripley and Dominik Mysterio) as the “successor” to The Bloodline in terms of a long-term storyline. The heel faction from WWE Raw has garnered fans’ interest, with each group member becoming a vital part of the red brand’s roster.
“WWE see [The] Judgement Day as the successor to The Bloodline’s storyline in terms of fan interest and longevity. The Judgement Day’s segments frequently gain major interest in the quarter-hour ratings and will continue to be a center point of shows moving forward.”
It appears that The Bloodline’s success has paved the way for more storylines on WWE TV involving top factions. Last week on Friday Night SmackDown, Bobby Lashley returned and teased an alliance with The Street Profits, hinting at the formation of a potential new faction on the SmackDown.