Bloodline Family Member No Longer Part Of Booker T’s Reality Of Wrestling?

Bloodline Family Member No Longer Part Of Booker T’s Reality Of Wrestling? WWE

A Bloodline family member is no longer part of Booker T’s Reality of Wrestling promotion.

Over on WWE programming, The Bloodline is crumbling before our eyes with Roman Reigns as the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion having The Usos leave the group and Solo Sikoa even questioning him at times over the past few months.

Now, Jey Uso has moved to the Raw brand, while Jimmy Uso tries to prove himself to The Bloodline on SmackDown.

However, that is not the only members of the Anoa’i family in the wrestling business right now. The son of Umaga, Zilla Fatu has pursued the family business as well.

According to Booker T on his Hall of Fame podcast, Fatu is continuing to take bookings, but he is no longer part of his Reality of Wrestling promotion due to “irreconcilable differences.” He said:

“I have been getting a lot of calls. People have been hitting us up, asking us about Zilla Fatu, and when they were going to see him again.”

“Honestly, I can’t tell you when you’re gonna see Zilla Fatu again because he is no longer a part of Reality of Wrestling due to irreconcilable differences.”

“Let’s just put it that way. I’m sure he’s taking bookings out there on the internet and we wish Zilla Fatu well in his future,”

On August 31, Zilla Fatu announced that he was starting to take outside bookings on his Instagram.

Booker T’s next ROW event will feature two NXT stars as Charlie Dempsey will face Axiom on the upcoming show.

Transcription via Fightful

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