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Paul Heyman Reacts to New Member Addition in The Bloodline at Backlash France

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

At the recent WWE Backlash event in France, a significant development took place within The Bloodline faction. During a tag team match featuring Solo Sikoa, Tama Tonga, Randy Orton, and Kevin Owens, Tanga Loa, Tonga’s real-life brother, made a surprise appearance. This unexpected interference by the 40-year-old Tanga Loa played a pivotal role in securing a crucial victory for The Bloodline shortly thereafter.

Following this dramatic turn of events at Backlash, Paul Heyman, the manager of The Bloodline, took to his Instagram Stories to express his reaction to Tanga Loa’s WWE debut. Heyman shared a screenshot of WWE’s post showcasing Loa’s impactful arrival, hinting at the potential implications of this new addition to the stable.

The Bloodline faced a significant setback at WrestleMania XL when Roman Reigns lost the Undisputed WWE Title to Cody Rhodes. Following Reigns’ hiatus, Solo Sikoa emerged as a prominent figure within the group, later making a bold decision to remove his brother, Jimmy Uso, from the faction. The recruitment of Tanga Loa at Backlash France further solidified The Bloodline, enhancing their strength and dynamics within the WWE terrain.

Tama Tonga, Solo Sikoa and Tonga Loa (Via WWE/Twitter)

As Tanga Loa establishes himself as a formidable presence in the wrestling scene post his debut, the WWE Universe awaits eagerly to witness the unfolding narrative and trajectory of this new chapter within The Bloodline. The addition of Loa brings a fresh dynamic to the stable, setting the stage for potential new storylines and rivalries in the future.

What are your thoughts on Tanga Loa’s debut with The Bloodline at Backlash? Feel free to hit the discuss button and share your views on this significant development in WWE wrestling.

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