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Predictions for Survivor Series 2024 Bloodline WarGames Match

Solo Sikoa, Tama Tonga, Tanga Loa and Roman Reigns (Via WWE/Twitter)

WWE Hall Of Famer Bully Ray shared his insights on a potential Bloodline WarGames match at Survivor Series 2024. Following Roman Reigns’ loss at WrestleMania XL, he took a break, allowing Solo Sikoa to take charge of The Bloodline. Sikoa, claiming to be appointed by The Tribal Chief, formed a faction with Tama Tonga and Tonga Loa, setting the stage for a clash with Reigns and The Usos upon his return.

Bully Ray, on the Busted Open podcast, speculated that The Rock would lead Sikoa’s team, including Tonga and Loa, in the anticipated WarGames match. He also predicted The Usos reuniting to reform the original Bloodline under Reigns’ leadership, with Sami Zayn joining to create the second squad.

The Rock and Roman Reigns (Via WWE/Twitter)

In a contrasting view, WWE analyst Sam Roberts expressed doubt that The Rock would partake in the WarGames match. Roberts suggested that The Rock might compete at SummerSlam and WrestleMania instead of joining the potential bout, emphasizing the need for another member in The Bloodline before The Rock’s involvement.

The Rock, before his hiatus, vowed to target Cody Rhodes upon his return. The speculation around The Final Boss’s actions upon his WWE return adds intrigue to the unfolding storyline. The possibilities of a Bloodline WarGames match at Survivor Series spark curiosity among fans.

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