Solo Sikoa joined WWE in August 2021 after spending three years in an independent circuit. Two months later, Sikoa made his WWE NXT debut at the 2021 Halloween Havoc by interrupting a segment between Grayson Waller and LA Knight.
Last September, Solo Sikoa made his main roster debut at Clash at the Castle premium live event where he helped Roman Reigns to retain the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. Since then, Sikoa portraying as the enforcer of The Bloodline.
The former NXT North American Champion suffered his first loss on the main roster this past Monday Night RAW. Solo Sikoa lost to Kevin Owens by disqualification. However, WWE represents Sikoa as a tough guy on the main roster.
WrestlingNews.co reported that WWE has a huge plan for Solo Sikoa after WrestleMania 39. They also noted that WWE management has seen Sikoa as a future main-eventer.
“The idea is to keep him strong because management is very high on him. WrestlingNews.co is told that there are big plans for him after WrestleMania and he is seen as a guy that could eventually become a main eventer.”
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