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Rikishi Urges WWE and AEW to Sign Rising Star Jessica Roden Amidst Bloodline Drama

Rikishi (Via WWE/Twitter)

In a recent Facebook post, wrestling icon Rikishi made a plea to both WWE and AEW to consider signing a talented female wrestler named Jessica Roden. Rikishi, known for supporting emerging pro wrestlers, praised Roden for her dedication, hard work, and superstar potential. He emphasized that Roden, associated with KnokX Pro Entertainment & Academy, is ready for the big stage and should not be overlooked by either promotion.

Additionally, Rikishi had previously advocated for WWE to sign Jacob Fatu, with recent rumors suggesting that Fatu might be joining the company soon. The veteran wrestler’s endorsement of Fatu aligns with the ongoing storyline of The Bloodline faction, led by Solo Sikoa post-WrestleMania XL. The group has seen changes with the departure of Roman Reigns and the inclusion of new members like Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa, setting the stage for potential conflicts within The Bloodline.

Solo Sikoa and Tama Tonga (Left) and Rikishi (Right) (Via WWE/Twitter)

Fans are intrigued by the prospect of a showdown between the old and new Bloodline, anticipating the impact of Fatu’s potential arrival on the faction. Rikishi’s social media posts have sparked discussions among wrestling enthusiasts, raising questions about WWE’s next moves and the future of talents like Jessica Roden in the industry.

Do you agree with Rikishi’s recommendations for WWE and AEW? Share your thoughts on the potential signings and the evolving dynamics within The Bloodline.

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