Is Triple H Set To Reunite WWE Faction After A Long Break? 

Triple H has been a household name on WWE's weekly TV show since taking over from Vince McMahon. He is the company's current head booker.

Triple H has been a household name on WWE's weekly TV show since taking over from Vince McMahon. He is the company's current head booker. (Image credits: Twitter)
By Sri Praneeth Palli | Jan 23, 2023 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us


Triple H has been a household name on WWE’s weekly TV show since taking over from Vince McMahon. He is the company’s current head booker. The game is set to reunite the popular faction Heart Business after Bobby Lashley calls for the reunion. This is according to Dave Meltzer’s latest report in his newsletter for The Wrestling Observer. Hurt Business consisted of Bobby Lashley, Shelton Benjamin, and Cedric Alexander and was led by MVP. The group was a huge hit with fans, and the WWE Universe was understandably upset when the group first disbanded in early 2021. They reunited on the September 27, 2021, episode of RAW when Benjamin and Alexander helped Almighty fend off the new day.

In January 2022, Bobby Lashley told other factions that he was working alone and was no longer hurting business. The duo attacked him later that night and the group was officially disbanded, with MVP and Omos continuing to compete against former WWE Champions. The feud culminated in a massive match at WrestleMania 38, from which Bobby Lashley emerged victorious. The former IMPACT wrestling star will challenge Austin Theory for the US Championship. The match will take place at the RAW 30th Anniversary Show. Ahead of the title match, Lashley sent the 25-year-old star a message on Twitter.

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This isn’t the first time the two have fought for the US title. Lashley ousted her Theory from the throne at Money in the Bank 2022 and retained the title at her SummerSlam last year. However, Ellering was unable to make the leap toward a major roster expansion with Akam and Rezar, instead being aided by the management presence of Drake Maverick. The Pain writers are also often remembered as Seth Rollins’ students on the main roster running, or as a memorable feud in NXT’s Black and Gold brand iteration. While away from WWE, Akam and Rezar attempted to start WES, but it didn’t materialize, leading to some controversy among other publicized WWE stars who were booked for their canceled debut show. 

Ultimately, though, Sami Zayn was able to earn Jey’s trust after he helped Bloodline defeat his enemies in WarGames Chamber’s Survivor Series. He decided to help Bloodline through his best friend Kevin Owens. Ultimately, he is betrayed by Bloodline, but everyone is waiting for that to happen. It tells the best story of 2022. But if they were seeded in 2021, it’s highly doubtful that it could have worked, even with Vince McMahon at the helm. Former WWE NXT Champion Sami Zayn recently sat down with host Peter Rosenberg on the Cheap Heat podcast to discuss his recent history with Bloodline, and this amazing story is set to begin in 2021.

Over the past few months, The Bloodline led by Reigns, WWE Tag Team Champion The Usos, their brother Solo Sikoa, “Honorary Uce” Sami Zayn, and Special Advisor Paul Heyman have dominated much of the WWE programming. Hours after PWInsider reported the segment change, WWE announced that The Bloodline would be holding a tribal trial for Sami Zayn at “Raw Is XXX.” Honor Uce is in trouble because of what happened during the January 20 episode of “WWE SmackDown”.

On Friday’s episode, Reigns and Kevin Owens signed on for their Royal Rumble title match. The signing ended with Owens attacking every member of The Bloodline except Zayn. Jey Uso is thrown into the barricade, his brother Jey is hit by a supercharge and thrown onto the steps, Solo Sikoa is thrown out of the ring, and Reigns finds himself across a table. Zayn, on the other hand, was left in the contract.

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