However, WWE later changed it to a six-man tag team match where Roman Reigns & The Usos beat Drew McIntyre, Randy Orton & Matt Riddle. WWE didn't want to book Reigns vs. McIntyre at WrestleMania Backlash as they want to save it for a stadium show. The Undisputed WWE Universal Champion has since teased this may have been the last time the fans see The Bloodline team up together.
On Monday’s Raw, Orton and Riddle cut a promo about how they still want to unify the titles. Dave Meltzer noted on the latest Wrestling Observer Radio that WWE still plans on doing the bout, but not planning to unify the titles.
“This is what I was told on this. They are going to do the match, but as of right now, and this can change, they are not planning on actually unifying the titles. They are planning on doing the match. So, I don’t know if that means another run-in DQ. They can always change their mind, but they are right now planning on doing the match. I’m presuming it’s going to be the next pay-per-view. That, I don’t know for sure.”
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