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The Bloodline Split on the Cards as Solo Sikoa Scares Jey Uso with Samoan Spike

The tension continues to increase among The Bloodline, as was evident during their Backlash 2023 match against Matt Riddle and Kevin Owens. Jey Uso’s brother Solo Sikoa had an awkward moment with Jey during the match. This brought The Bloodline to its very end.

In the beginning, the Usos were not on the exact same page as Solo. A couple of miscommunications later led to an argument between the two brothers. Jimmy Uso attempted to keep the peace between his two brother, but it was far from over. Bloodline members are at their most divisive.

Solo used a Samoan Spike to destroy everyone at Backlash in San Juan. Jey Uso suddenly appeared behind him. In an instant Solo also spiked him. Sikoa, filled with anger towards his brother, was about to make his move. He was causing havoc in the family. The chaos in the ring prevented this from happening. Both guys were attacked and the ring became chaotic.

Roman Reigns has been confirmed to return to SmackDown on Friday. It will be fascinating to hear what the Tribal chief has to say regarding Solo’s actions in the match. What will Reigns do with The Usos? That will be the main question.

Solo Sikoa dominates the main roster

Solo Sikoa, who made his debut at The Clash at the Castle 2022 and helped Roman Reigns defeat Drew McIntyre has established himself as the dominant force in the Bloodline. Solo Sikoa was unbeaten in the main roster after his debut for a long time. He had the personality of a muscle man who could destroy anyone if a situation arose.

Solo formed an alliance with his Bloodline brothers very quickly. They ran SmackDown from the end of 2018 to the beginning of 2023. Since the betrayal by Sami Zyan at Royal Rumble 2019 and Jey’s outburst Sikoa is now the one who takes care of the dirty work of the leader. Solo has been watching the Usos and Jey closely, because according to Paul Heyman The Tribal chief might not trust the twins.

Solo is one of the very few NXT callups to receive a dominant push onto the main roster. Solo Sikoa could be the next singles champion if a similar pattern is repeated.


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