The Bloodline is the tool to end Brand Supremacy at Survivor Series


WWE Extreme Rules is the next Premium Live Event on the horizon, but it should be expected that it’s a show Roman Reigns will skip. The Undisputed Champion is on a reduced schedule and this show isn’t a major event. However, Survivor Series on November 26 is one of the four pillar shows and it is time it regained some of that prominence. The Bloodline is the premier faction in the WWE and they are the tool to bring an end to “Brand Supremacy.”

WWE introduced the idea of “Brand Supremacy” back in 2016 when the brand split between SmackDown and Monday Night Raw took place. That was the moment that stakes were sucked out of the showcase. Yes, fans were still treated to some great matches and moments, but in the grand scheme of things, none of the victories mattered. Wrestlers were competing for the shirt on their back, which even weakened the matter when the WWE Draft occurred so close to the event.

In 2022, there’s a looming opportunity to make a change. Triple H has continued to rebuild WWE at a feverish pace, with much of what he’s done receiving the praise of fans. The time is now here to do the same with Survivor Series and The Bloodline is the perfect tool to make those improvements.

Roman Reigns, The Usos, Solo Sikoa, and Sami Zayn make up the promotion’s most powerful group. Between them, the group has five championship titles, with Zayn being the only individual without a belt. As they continue their takeover of WWE, it’s time for another group to stand up against them. Think back to the Nexus versus WWE in 2010, where John Cena had to pull together a group to take out a faction that was running all over the company. It’s time to see that happen again with The Bloodline being the antagonists in the crosshairs.

Drew McIntyre, the Street Profits, and Kevin Owens are four individuals on the main roster that all have a reason to be angry at The Bloodline. Pitting them against the group would build a formidable team, but also create the opportunity for splintered storylines once the PPV is over. Who should be the fifth member of this group? A debuting Carmelo Hayes is simply out to get back at Sikoa for taking the NXT North American championship. It’s time the “A-Champion” hit the main roster and this is a great chance to introduce him to the viewers.

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Survivor Series has given wrestling fans several historical moments. It’s time for it to regain some of its importance on the calendar and Triple H can make that change by putting the focus on The Bloodline, a group coming against them, and getting rid of the idea of “Brand Supremacy.”