The Bloodline Evolves: Solo Sikoa Ushers in a New Era on WWE SmackDown

In a dramatic end to Friday’s WWE SmackDown, Solo Sikoa and The Bloodline 2.0 severed ties with Paul Heyman, signaling the end of the old regime.

The Bloodline 2.0 debuted at the top of the show sans Jacob Fatu, only to be ambushed by Cody Rhodes, Kevin Owens, and Randy Orton. Despite attempts by SmackDown General Manager Nick Aldis and security to restore order, chaos reigned until police escorted the fan-favorites out of the venue.

Later, Heyman informed Sikoa that Rhodes, Owens, and Orton had been removed, and Sikoa admitted it was time to heed Heyman’s counsel, proposing to officially anoint him as his wiseman.

The night ended with an acknowledgment ceremony where Jacob Fatu, Tama Tonga, and Tanga Loa recognized Sikoa as their Tribal Chief. However, Heyman couldn’t relinquish Roman Reigns’ rule to Sikoa, leading to a brutal assault by the revamped Bloodline. Sikoa delivered a Samoan Spike, followed by Fatu’s top rope splash, and culminated with The Bloodline powerbombing Heyman through the announcers’ table, marking the end of an era and the beginning of a new chapter for The Bloodline.

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