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Wrestling legend had a ‘major issue’ with the Bloodline Civil War match at WWE Money in the Bank 2023

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The Bloodline Civil War, the main event of WWE Money in the Bank, was a spectacle that left fans on the edge of their seats.

The match was a thrilling display of talent and skill, with the Usos and Roman Reigns, accompanied by Solo Sikoa, battling it out in the ring.

The Usos, Jimmy and Jey, emerged victorious, marking a significant moment in the event, but some had issues with what took place.

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Jim Cornette’s Critique of the Match

Despite the overall positive reception, the match was not without its critics. Veteran wrestling manager and commentator Jim Cornette voiced his concerns on his podcast, the Jim Cornette Experience.

Cornette’s main issue was not with the outcome of the match, but rather with its pacing. He argued that the 33-minute duration was excessive, particularly criticizing the slow pace of the first 15 minutes.

The Outcome of the Bloodline Match: A Historic Moment

The conclusion of the Bloodline Civil War was a historic moment in WWE history. Roman Reigns, the Tribal Chief, was pinned by his cousin Jey Uso, marking the first time in three and a half years that Reigns had been pinned.

This unexpected turn of events broke Reigns’ impressive streak and left fans questioning the WWE’s decision.

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The Aftermath: Fans’ Reactions and Speculations

The fans’ reactions to the match were mixed. While many celebrated the Usos’ victory, others were left puzzled by the decision to have Roman Reigns pinned after such a long undefeated streak.

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