He stopped Roman Reigns from defeating Drew McIntyre at Clash At The Castle at the beginning of September; Solo Sikoa’s WWE debut had a significant impact. It was unexpected to see the 29-year-old on the main roster at the time and in the manner he did because he had recently recovered from an NXT injury. Sikoa has excelled in his role as The Bloodline’s enforcer, and he is set for a big 2023. WWE’s top group will eventually break apart, but Solo will be well-positioned to benefit from it, especially if he follows Roman Reigns’ guidance after making his main roster debut.
Sikoa revealed the knowledge the Head of the Table imparted to him in a conversation with Joseph Staszewski of The New York Post. “Keep yourself out of danger, you understand? Just work hard and keep your head down. the mouth closed, the ears open, and the eyeballs up.” Before his performances, Sikoa had the same mindset as Roman Reigns. “Before the show begins, I act differently. When I’m in the back and speaking to you and your brothers, it’s different. However, walk differently when the red light turns on and stand up straight.” Strong words of wisdom from one of the biggest WWE superstars ever.
After the Bloodline, Solo Sikoa Has A Promising Future.
The Bloodline saga is probably going to go on until WrestleMania 39. On April 1 and 2, the Showcase of the Immortals will take place, giving Solo Sikoa plenty of opportunity to learn everything he can from Roman Reigns. Given his lineage, there’s a chance that Rikishi’s son will represent the WWE’s future generation of stars after The Bloodline disbands. But more than simply, his ancestry will determine how Sikoa is run in 2023.
Solo Sikoa hasn’t vanished into obscurity with The Bloodline since making his debut at Clash At The Castle. He had a genuine menace-like feeling in NXT, and he’s been able to maintain that persona with the best faction in pro wrestling on the largest stage. That says a lot about his on-screen image, given the cast of characters in The Bloodline. Roman Reigns took more than six years to get used to his role. Since their days as babyfaces with face paint, the Usos have advanced significantly. Paul Heyman is a GOAT among GOATS, and Sami Zayn is producing some of his best character work. Sikoa, however, has occasionally towered over them all.
He has performed admirably every time he has been given a match on Raw or SmackDown. Solo Sikoa has always risen to the occasion when Triple H has given him a significant responsibility, as when kayfabe hurt Matt Riddle earlier this month. It’s impossible to learn to shine brightly under pressure, but Solo seems to have it in spades. In 2023, Roman Reigns’ workload will probably be significantly reduced, so WWE will need superstars to step up and fill that hole. Sikoa appears prepared to contribute after hearing the instruction from his cousin, the World Champion.