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Rey Mysterio On Where He Went Wrong With Dominik, Jey Uso On What’s Next For The Bloodline

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Rey and Dominik Mysterio have been involved in a long-standing feud over the past year, and Rey recently appeared on the “Those Wrestling Girls” podcast to discuss where he went wrong with his son. He said,

“I want to say that I did everything right. I want to put the blame on my wife. My wife was the one that, you know, I traveled for so long, way too many days a week that my wife was mom and dad.”

He continued, “But no, being serious, My wife did an incredible job with both of my kids. The thing that I did the most was come home for one or two days a week and spoil them and I think that’s where I did wrong.”

Jey Uso recently appeared on WWE’s “The Bump” to discuss what’s next for The Bloodline following Roman Reigns losing the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship to Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania 40 (Night Two). Also at WrestleMania 40 (Night One), Jey defeated his brother Jimmy in a singles match.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On what’s next for the group: “I’m not gonna say the Bloodline is gone because the Bloodline, it is WWE. My whole family, for over fifty years, and we’re gonna go another fifty years, I feel like, because we got little kids. Our cousins, I have so many little cousins that are lined up. They’re ready because they watch us every week. I got messages all the time from my nieces and nephews, man. ‘Why’d you let John Cena beat up Solo?’ But they’re lined up, and they’re ready, and they’re deep. WWE is my family, right. So with that said, I feel like right now, everybody, we bodied The Bloodline.”

On wanting the group to reunite as babyfaces: “All in all though, I would like for us to come back together, but as a healed up family. We fighting right now. All families fight, but I want us to come back as the good guys one time and see how works. But if it wasn’t for The Bloodline, I really wouldn’t be Main Event or sitting here with YEET shirts. I had to go through that whole process to help me grow, and I feel like the people watched my story unfold.”

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