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Bloodline Member Reveals His Name Change on WWE SmackDown

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

The latest episode of WWE SmackDown featured significant developments as the King and Queen of the Ring Tournaments kicked off, and The Bloodline made notable progress.

During a backstage segment with Paul Heyman, Solo Sikoa disclosed that he had a conversation with Roman Reigns, leading to Sikoa assuming control and making decisions for The Bloodline until Reigns’ comeback.

In a pivotal moment of the segment, Tanga Loa was reintroduced with a slight name alteration to Tonga Loa, resembling his brother Tama Tonga, who recently debuted. WWE trademarked both name variations upon his WWE arrival, but Tonga Loa will be his official moniker moving forward. This name was used when he supported Tama Tonga at ringside during his match against Angelo Dawkins.

Tama Tonga and Randy Orton; Solo and Tama Tonga (Via WWE/Twitter)

With the addition of Tonga Loa, The Bloodline now consists of three members, hinting at a potential push for Tama Tonga in the King of the Ring Tournament. Fans eagerly anticipate Roman Reigns’ return and how he will rejoin The Bloodline, currently led by Solo Sikoa.

This development sets the stage for intriguing dynamics within The Bloodline, as the WWE Universe awaits Reigns’ comeback and the group’s future direction under the leadership of Solo Sikoa.

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