Where Do Roman Reigns & The Bloodline Go from WrestleMania 38?
The Tribal Chief & His Bloodline have been ruling WWE since they formally joined forces in July 2021.
At 560 Days, Roman Reigns' Universal Championship is the Longest Title Run in the last 34 years.
The Usos have had the SmackDown Tag Team Division on lock since they won the titles at MITB 2021, becoming 7x Tag Champs.
Collectively, they've been the best faction on WWE programming since days of The Shield; which also featured The Head of the Table.
All 3 men are set to defend their prized championships at the Most-Stupendous 2-Night WrestleMania of All-Time.
The Usos will battle Shinsuke Nakamura & Rick Boogs after the latter squashed Main Event Jey Uso on last week's SmackDown and earned his team the title shot.
In the main event of Night 2 of WrestleMania 38, Roman Reigns collides with Brock Lesnar for the 7th- and presumably final- time in their storied rivalry.
While the results of the Biggest Match in WrestleMania History will have company-wide implications, so will the result of the SmackDown Tag Team Championship match.
Should The Tribal Chief smash The Beast Incarnate at 'Mania 38, he will become the only person to unify the WWE & Universal Championships in WWE history.
An Usos retention would also make it the first time that a faction has entered and left WrestleMania with all the gold.
If they lose the tag titles at 'Mania, we could see Main Event Jey Uso rise up to his destiny and topple The Head of the Table once and for all.
The Tribal Chief himself might dissolve The Bloodline if he loses the Universal Championship, given that he's made it clear the championship is his first priority.
The Bloodline might expand its line-up on the Raw After WrestleMania 38, as Solo Sikoa has been throwing up The One sign on NXT 2.0 lately and would be the perfect injection of Fresh Blood into the WWE's Greatest Faction.
Who knows; maybe Booker T's wish will be granted and we'll finally see Trinity Fatu embrace her family lineage as the first female member of The Bloodline.
One thing is a guarantee, though; all eyes will be on The Head of the Table and his family in the aftermath of WrestleMania 38. And that isn't a prediction; that's a spoiler.