Omos reacts to emotional rollercoaster segment of The Bloodline on WWE SmackDown 

Jey Uso finally chose his allegiance and ended the Bloodline by kicking Roman Reigns in the face, as fans, including WWE star Omos, applauded the drama. 

Omos reacts to emotional rollercoaster segment of The Bloodline on WWE SmackDown 

Omos and The Bloodline

The WWE Universe is going wild about the collapse of The Bloodline. Jey Uso joined his twin and declared war against Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa. After the main event segment, fans have been constantly talking about the drama and execution of the story as a whole. WWE Superstar Omos has also joined the conversation. 


As soon as Omos debuted on Raw, he associated himself with AJ Styles. The duo won the Tag Team Championships and had a successful run in 2021. The giant later turned on The Phenomenal One, thus turning heel and moving alone. He feuded with Bobby Lashley in 2022. Lashley’s manager, MVP, would later join Omos as his manager. The two have been together ever since. 

The 7-foot giant recently reacted to the Bloodline story on Twitter. After the Bloodline segment ended on SmackDown, he tweeted clapping emojis and applauded all the superstars who were involved in the long-term storyline. The Bloodline story has been one of the most successful storylines in the recent history of WWE

The Nigerian Giant and his manager are currently free agents since the WWE Drafts. This means that Omos can appear on any of the WWE shows and wrestle anywhere. This opens up multiple choices for Omos to wrestle and challenge champions on all the shows. 


Roman Reigns, Jimmy and Jey, and Solo Sikoa have achieved megastardom and are over with fans. Their opponents, Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, and Cody Rhodes, have also become over-baby faces due to their feud with The Bloodline.

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Omos enjoys a WWE run achieved by few others in WWE

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Brock Lesnar vs. Omos (via WWE)

Omos was called up to the main roster from the WWE Performance Center in 2020. This was an unusual move from WWE, as up-and-coming wrestlers first work in NXT for some time before getting a call-up from the main roster. However, the 7-foot giant was an exception to this. 

Soon after arriving, Omos was paired with AJ Styles, who is a veteran in the industry, and the duo had a successful title run as the Raw Tag Team Champions. They feuded with Randy Orton and Riddle, The New Day, and Dominik and Rey Mysterio. The pair would break up when Omos turned on Styles.


The giant then found MVP as his manager, which turned out to be successful for him, as in the next months, he feuded with Bobby Lashley, Brock Lesnar, and Seth Rollins. These names are some of the biggest superstars in WWE, and wrestling them is a big deal for any wrestler. It is clear that WWE has huge plans for Omos, and fans will also hope to see him win championships in the company. 

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