Roman Reigns Teases The Bloodline May Have Teamed Together For The Last Time

No more Bloodline matches in WWE?

Following their win over Drew McIntyre and RK-Bro in the main event of Sunday's WrestleMania Backlash pay-per-view, Roman Reigns has teased The Bloodline may be finished teaming together on WWE TV.

Taking to Instagram, Reigns said: 

"What's in my brain already...what if that is the last six-man tag you ever see The Bloodline do? I believe when it comes to TV and it being broadcast for the entire world to see, that's only the second one. Y'all freaking out [Reigns started to laugh]. Don't worry, The Tribal Chief loves you. I'm not going anywhere...unless I am who knows? Anyways, what if that was the last one. Look at it, there's so much riding on us.

"We have all of the titles, we're the very best at what we do. I'm the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion, I'm the greatest of all-time. The Usos, the longest-reigning tag team champions in the history of WWE, the greatest of their generation...the entirety of the business. It goes without being said, everything supports it.

"But what if that's the last time you see us do what nobody can do? That's the Island of Relevance right there. People, it's not a gimmick, this isn't something we're putting on shirts and selling. No, this is as real as it gets because anybody that sits at the table, anybody that tries to step up, anybody that's near us, automatically becomes better.

"You've been seeing this. The proof is in whether you like it or not, you love it and we already know you respect it because you acknowledge it everywhere we go. Think about that, if that's the last one, we already know y'all are going to miss us because we're the greatest to ever do it. It's because we're The Bloodline."

Reigns' message on Instagram comes after a promo at a WWE house show over the weekend in which he noted he was 'starting a new phase' in his life. It then emerged that Reigns had signed a new deal with Vince McMahon's company that allows him to work far fewer dates and he will seemingly go on hiatus for July and August with the exception of WWE's Money In The Bank and SummerSlam pay-per-views. 

H/T to WrestlingNews.co

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