In the aftermath of this week’s WWE SmackDown, Bloodline member Paul Heyman took to social media to send out a message aimed at Roman Reigns.

On the blue brand, Jey Uso was asked to make up his mind choosing between Reigns and his brother Jimmy Uso, who betrayed The Tribal Chief at Night of Champions and was eventually kicked out of the faction.

Jey was running against Austin’s theory in the main event of SmackDown. Unfortunately for him, an accidental superkick from Jimmy saw Theory retain the United States Championship.

After the match, Paul Heyman was seen calling out the Chief of the Clan. Taking to his official Instagram handle, The Wiseman shared a photo featuring him and Solo Sikoa.

“Call Roman Reigns,” Heyman wrote on his Instagram story.

Check out Heyman’s Instagram story:

Jim Cornette believes that Roman Reigns’ superstar power is unparalleled in WWE

According to Jim Cornette, Reigns’ star power is unmatched by anyone on the WWE roster. He believes that even Seth Rollins doesn’t seem like he’s the number one guy in the company.

talking on Jim Cornette’s Drive-Thru PodcastAnd The former WWE manager has stated that no other superstar or champion can compare to Reigns’ star power. He said:

“No, because it’s not that, again. I mean, they did a great number. RAW swings, and so does SmackDown. But it’s not just the guy.” Jim continued, “With Roman Reigns, the man, no one else can be the man. Any kind of world champion, world champion, world champion, whatever description you’re going to use for that, you’ve got to be the man.”

Reigns is set to return to WWE television next week on SmackDown amid all the drama within The Bloodline.

In his final television appearance, The Tribal Chief was presented with the new WWE Undisputed World Championship after reaching 1,000 days as champion.

Who do you think should be Reigns’ next challenger? Sound off in the comment section below!

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