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The Bloodline’s New Leader’s In-Ring Debut

The OG Bloodline (Via WWE/Twitter)

Solo Sikoa, a member of The Bloodline, marked his official in-ring debut at a WWE Live Event in Bologna, Italy. The rising star seems to have assumed a leadership position within the heel faction on SmackDown. Following Roman Reigns’ loss of the Undisputed WWE Championship to Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania XL, Sikoa has taken charge in Reigns’ absence. He orchestrated a vicious assault on Jimmy Uso for his defeat against Jey Uso at WrestleMania, subsequently expelling him from the group.

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

The Enforcer of The Bloodline, alongside introducing Tama Tonga as Jimmy Uso’s replacement, affectionately dubbed him his “MFT.” Tonga, in his WWE debut, teamed up with Sikoa to face Randy Orton and LA Knight in a thrilling tag team match.

The faction’s narrative has garnered attention, with former WWE manager Dutch Mantell sharing his insights on the faction’s future. Speaking on Wrestling’s Smack Talk show, Mantell expressed his anticipation for the upcoming storyline developments over the following six months. He emphasized the excitement and intrigue that the unfolding narrative is likely to bring, anticipating lively discussions among wrestling enthusiasts.

Roman Reigns’ involvement behind the scenes in shaping The Bloodline’s storyline adds an additional layer of fascination. As fans eagerly await The Head of the Table’s return to SmackDown, the evolution of The Bloodline’s saga promises to be a charming journey with twists and turns yet to unfold.

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