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Rikishi’s Cryptic Message and Call for The Usos’ Reunion Ahead of SmackDown

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

Rikishi, the WWE Hall of Famer and a real-life member of the Anoa’i family, has sent a warning ahead of SmackDown, indicating that not everyone in The Bloodline can be trusted. In a cryptic message on his Instagram stories, Rikishi wrote, “Salt and sugar looks the same. Be careful who you trust.”

The Bloodline has been going through changes since WrestleMania 40, with Roman Reigns absent and Solo Sikoa taking charge. Sikoa has kicked out Jimmy Uso and brought in Tama Tonga and Tonga Loa, becoming the new point of contact for Reigns.

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

Meanwhile, Rikishi, who is not part of the faction on WWE TV, has expressed his desire for Jey and Jimmy Uso to reunite as The Usos. Although Jey is currently pursuing a singles career after leaving The Bloodline, Rikishi believes that the Usos should eventually reunite and give the fans the pleasure of seeing one of the greatest tag teams in the business.

While a reunification between the two may be far-fetched, given Jimmy’s betrayal during their time together, Rikishi’s message adds further intrigue to the current status of The Bloodline. With Sikoa dominating SmackDown, fans can only wait and see how the situation unfolds.

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