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The Bloodline: Afa Anoa’i Jr.’s Bold Statements About Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns (Via WWE/Twitter)

The Bloodline continues to be a prominent WWE faction post-WrestleMania and the WWE Draft 2024. Speculation surrounds new Bloodline members, with one member of The Anoa’i family making noteworthy comments about Roman Reigns.

Afa Anoa’i Jr., son of Afa, the Wild Samoan, and brother to Samu and LA Smooth, has a rich wrestling background. Having debuted professionally at the age of 14 in 1998 after training under his father and brothers, he was signed to WWE from October 30, 2006, to February 23, 2009, where he notably portrayed Manu as part of The Legacy.

Recently, Afa Jr. has been in the spotlight due to rumors of WWE expanding The Bloodline. In an interview with MuscleManMalcolm on the Muscle Memory podcast, Afa Jr. shared insights into his family’s legacy and had intriguing remarks about Roman Reigns.

Afa Jr. expressed his view on his role within the Anoa’i family, stating, “I am the second coming of Afa, the Wild Samoan himself… I consider myself somewhat of an underboss of the family. I’m outside of the spotlight but I hold it down, and I keep the family in check.” He positioned himself as another Head of the Table alongside Roman Reigns, drawing parallels to the legacy of Afa and Sika.

Roman Reigns, Solo and Paul Heyman (Via WWE/Twitter)

Despite his tenure in WWE, Afa Jr. only held the FCW Southern Heavyweight Championship during his time with the company. His departure from The Legacy came after a match against Matt Hardy in December 2008, where he failed to meet Randy Orton’s conditions and was subsequently ousted from the faction.

Afa Jr.’s journey in WWE reflects a tumultuous period within The Legacy, where alliances shifted and loyalties were tested. His departure from the company in 2009 marked the end of his WWE career.

As discussions around The Bloodline persist, Afa Anoa’i Jr.’s perspective adds a layer of complexity to the faction’s dynamics. With his familial ties and wrestling heritage, Afa Jr. remains a compelling figure within the realm of WWE.

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