New Bloodline Member Debuts On WWE SmackDown

New Bloodline Member Debuts On WWE SmackDown WWE

On tonight’s episode of WWE SmackDown a brand new member of the Bloodline debuted in the fallout of WrestleMania 40.

On tonight’s WWE SmackDown, Solo Sikoa, Jimmy Uso and Paul Heyman were in front of the crowd for an in-ring segment.

Earlier in a backstage segment, Sikoa was dismayed to see that the Bloodline’s locker room was now occupied by a new champion, Cody Rhodes.

Paul Heyman encouraged him that ‘wins and losses matter’ to explain why they were out of the locker room, and that by Roman Reigns’ orders, they needed to get title gold back into the Bloodline in order to get the room back.

The line would come back around again later in the ring as Solo Sikoa would inquire of Heyman if there were consequences for losing.

Sikoa then pointed out that Jimmy Uso lost to Jey Uso at WrestleMania, and something needed to be done about that.

A hooded figure then attacked Jimmy, that being Haku’s son and former NJPW star, Tama Tonga.

Sikoa would go on to lead an attack against Jimmy Uso that was perpetrated by both himself and the debuting Tonga.

By the end of it, Jimmy Uso was laid out despite the protestations of Paul Heyman to stop the attack as it was not what the Tribal Chief wants.

While Tonga is not actually related to ‘the Bloodline’ by way of being an Anoa’i family member, it has been noted he is considered a member of the family by The Rock and Roman Reigns.

In the segment, Solo Sikoa asserted his dominance over the group, smacking Heyman’s phone out of his hand and stomping on it.

Signifying that Heyman should now turn to Sikoa for any necessary decision making, it seems a new WWE Bloodline is being assembled.

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