The Bloodline storyline is the most compelling storyline in the modern era. The storyline is still unfolding on WWE television.
As of now, Sami Zayn & Kevin Owens are trying to get their revenge on The Bloodline. However, Zayn and Owens are still not on the same page which makes fans intrigued about what happens next. Meanwhile, Jey Uso still hasn’t revealed if he’s on The Bloodline side or Sami Zayn’s side.
Paul Heyman recently appeared on Jimmy Traina’s SI Media podcast, where he revealed the people who created the Bloodline storyline.
“You know the old expression that it takes a team? It certainly has with us. There are a lot of people who have worked really hard to make this work. You know, it kind of all filters through Roman Reigns’ feel. There are several people that come to me to present things to Roman, and then Roman and I will talk about it and come back with either something that fits into their narrative, or we would hope we can perhaps enhance it or put it in our own words, or come back with, ‘That doesn’t work for us, but what about this’, and then start a different process in that we’re bouncing ideas off of them.
When I say them, you know, the thing with Sami started when Vince was still running creative. So it started under Vince McMahon’s creative regime. It was a seamless transition to Paul Levesque. There are times where we’re sitting in a room and it’s Roman, and it’s me, and it’s the Usos, and one of the Usos will just say, ‘You know what would be really good with Sami?’, and it’s, ‘Oh, my God. Why aren’t we doing that already?’ You will find things that come from the Usos that would shock you just how great they are. There’s Michael Hayes, and Michael Hayes has an understanding about telling a story within the body of a match that very few in history could ever claim to be on par with. The SmackDown writing team, which is led by Ryan Callahan, who is an unsung hero in what we’ve put together. There’s Michael Kirschenbaum, who you never hear about, you know, Kirsch as we call him, who on a week to week basis, along with a gentleman named Chad Barbash, and another name’s Zack Hyatt. These are all people that will come and sit in the room with us, or sit in a locker room with us, or on Roman’s bus, or in a conference call. We’ll throw around ideas and you know, ‘Hey, what resonates with you? Do you have teenage kids? Well, this is a story of acceptance. What tales are they telling from the cafeteria at lunchtime in high school?’ It’s really a team and a lot of unsung heroes, a lot of people that you don’t read about online because they very intentionally keep their names out of the headlines who have worked their as*es off to put this all together.”H/T WrestlingNews.co
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