The Bloodline may have another new member soon

Following Roman Reigns’ loss of the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship to Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania 40, Solo Sikoa has taken the reins of the Bloodline, reshaping it with a fresh vision. This transformation has involved the addition of New Japan Pro-Wrestling talents, with Tama Tonga joining shortly after WrestleMania and Tonga Loa making his debut at WWE Backlash. The duo teamed up with Sikoa to secure a victory against Kevin Owens and Randy Orton.

Adding to the evolving storyline, another sibling from the Tonga family might soon enter the WWE arena. Recent reports indicate that Hikuleo, a prominent figure in New Japan, has ended his tenure there, with speculations of his imminent WWE debut to reunite with his brothers in the Bloodline stable.

Hikuleo, who has been on WWE’s radar for several years, has built a good resume in New Japan as part of the Bullet Club and later the Guerillas of Destiny. He has achieved notable success in tag team divisions, including multiple championship wins. His potential arrival in WWE aligns with the promotion’s strategy to bolster the Bloodline, a move that also includes the signing of former MLW World Heavyweight Champion Jacob Fatu.

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