At the prompting of Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, The Usos stormed Monday Night Raw to challenge RK-Bro in the hopes of uniting the SmackDown and Raw Tag Team Titles. After The Usos justified their claim by dispatching The Street Profits and sealing the challenge with a double superkick to Randy Orton, The Viper & The Original Bro crashed SmackDown to accept The Bloodline’s challenge and dish out some retribution in the form of an RKO. RK-Bro would come to crash the party on the ensuing SmackDown, but the blue brand champions took exception with their presence. Orton & Riddle would proceed to lay down the challenge, and the longest-reigning SmackDown Tag Team Champions weren't going to run from the fight.

Things all changed big time, however, when order completely broke down in the contract signing between RK-Bro and The Usos on the April 29 edition of SmackDown. After a distraction by an emerging Reigns allowed Jimmy & Jey to take out Orton and Riddle, The Head of the Table ripped up the Backlash Tag Team Unification Match contract and stuffed it down the throat of The Original Bro. Before the dust cleared, though, McIntyre joined the party to take down The Usos and send the irate Reigns heading for the hills. 

In response to the calamity, Special Counsel Paul Heyman lobbied with WWE Official Adam Pearce to add Reigns and McIntyre to the Tag Team Match and transform it into an all-new Six-Man Tag Team Match for WrestleMania Backlash.

Will The Bloodline conquer the combined forces of Drew McIntyre and RK-Bro? Don’t miss all the action of WrestleMania Backlash, streaming live, Sunday, May 8, at 8 ET/5 PT on Peacock in the United States and WWE Network everywhere else. 

At the prompting of Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, The Usos stormed Monday Night Raw to challenge RK-Bro in the hopes of uniting the SmackDown and Raw Tag Team Titles. After The Usos justified their claim by dispatching The Street Profits and sealing the challenge with a double superkick to Randy Orton, The Viper & The Original Bro crashed SmackDown to accept The Bloodline’s challenge and dish out some retribution in the form of an RKO. RK-Bro would come to crash the party on the ensuing SmackDown, but the blue brand champions took exception with their presence. Orton & Riddle would proceed to lay down the challenge, and the longest-reigning SmackDown Tag Team Champions weren't going to run from the fight.

Things all changed big time, however, when order completely broke down in the contract signing between RK-Bro and The Usos on the April 29 edition of SmackDown. After a distraction by an emerging Reigns allowed Jimmy & Jey to take out Orton and Riddle, The Head of the Table ripped up the Backlash Tag Team Unification Match contract and stuffed it down the throat of The Original Bro. Before the dust cleared, though, McIntyre joined the party to take down The Usos and send the irate Reigns heading for the hills. 

In response to the calamity, Special Counsel Paul Heyman lobbied with WWE Official Adam Pearce to add Reigns and McIntyre to the Tag Team Match and transform it into an all-new Six-Man Tag Team Match for WrestleMania Backlash.

Will The Bloodline conquer the combined forces of Drew McIntyre and RK-Bro? Don’t miss all the action of WrestleMania Backlash, streaming live, Sunday, May 8, at 8 ET/5 PT on Peacock in the United States and WWE Network everywhere else.