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Bloodline Member Secures First Singles Win in WWE, Advances in King of The Ring Tournament

Solo Sikoa (Left); Solo, Paul Heyman and Tama Tonga (Right) (Via WWE/Twitter)

The Bloodline, a prominent wrestling faction, witnessed a significant shift following WrestleMania 40 as one of its members achieved a milestone by clinching his inaugural singles victory in WWE. Tama Tonga, who recently debuted on television, has been on a winning streak since joining forces with the Bloodline. His triumphs include a notable match against Kevin Owens and Randy Orton at WWE Backlash, where he emerged victorious with the assistance of Tanga Loa.

During a recent episode of WWE SmackDown, Tama Tonga was scheduled to face Bobby Lashley. However, due to Lashley’s injury, Angelo Dawkins, his Pride stablemate, stepped in as a replacement. Despite this change, Tama Tonga dominated the match, displaying his aggressive prowess.

Solo Sikoa and Jey Uso (Left); Solo, Tama Tonga and Tonga Loa (Right) (Via WWE/Twitter)

When Angelo Dawkins attempted a comeback, Tanga Loa and Solo Sikoa intervened by attacking Montez Ford, creating a distraction that enabled Tama Tonga to secure the win.

This victory marked Tama Tonga’s first singles match since joining WWE, propelling him to the next round of the prestigious King of The Ring Tournament. The tournament’s finals are slated to occur at the upcoming King and Queen of the Ring event later this month, showcasing Tama Tonga’s rapid ascent in the wrestling world.

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