Solo Sikoa made his much anticipated debut this friday night on SmackDown against Scottish Warrior Drew McIntyre.
The show kicked off with Sami Zayn and The Usos entering the ring. They expressed happiness over Roman Reigns’ victory over Drew Mcintyre.
Now it was the turn to introduce the new remember of The Bloodline Solo Sikoa, who was a key factor in Roman Reigns’ victory at Clash at the Castle.
After the introduction by the bloodline, Solo Sikoa came out and told that it was a matter of pride of the family. If someone goes against his family, he would not spare him.
That’s why he helped Roman Reigns. At this point Drew McIntyre came out with a steel chair in his hand, and Sami Zayn and The Usos went out of the ring.
Solo Sikoa seemed prepared to take him on in the ring, but Drew McIntyre hit him with the steel chair. The Scottish superstar was once again about to attack Solo but Sami Zayn saved him.
He himself suffered the shot of a steel chair. Drew McIntyre later challenged Solo Sikoa to a fight, which the former NXT star accepted.
A backstage segment was shown where Solo Sikoa thanked Sami Zayn. Sammy told that if Solo needs any help, he will be there for him.
Jey Uso was not happy with this and asked Sikoa to face it alone. Well, in the end, all the three of them agreed to come to ringside with Solo.
It was a great thing for Sikoa to have his first match on main roster against Drew McIntyre. He delivered a great match and proved that he deserves to be on the main roster.
The Bloodline interfered on several occasions during the match. The Usos attacked Drew while Sami Zayn distracted the referee.
The Street Profits came and attacked the Usos. The match continued and Drew McIntyre eventually took Sikoa out of the ring with a Claymore Kick.
Just then Karrion Kross came from behind and attacked Drew McIntyre and trapped him in his Submission Cross Jacket. Thus the match ended by DQ in favour of Drew McIntyre.
Drew McIntyre couldn’t get over hold and the show went off the air. Thus, Roman Reigns’ brother Solo failed to win his debut match.
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