Roman Reigns and The Bloodline were already at loggerheads with WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre, and recently another Uso brother, Solo Sikoa, has joined in.
Solo, who helped Roman Reigns defeat Drew McIntyre at Clash at the Castle, debuted on SmackDown and officially joined The Bloodline.
SmackDown’s newest Superstar Sikoa took to twitter to challenge Drew McIntyre.
He has said that whether Drew brings a steel chair, or he brings a sword, he would not back down and this was not over yet.
It ain't over.
Bring a chair.
Bring a sword.
I don't back down from nothing or nobody.
— Solo (@WWESoloSikoa) September 10, 2022
This tweet suggests that both the superstars are likely to clash again in the coming weeks. ICYMI, Drew McIntyre had assaulted Sikoa with steel chair last Friday night on SmackDown.
The match between McIntyre and Solo Sikoa on the previous episode of SmackDown ended in a disqualification.
The Scottish Warrior had full control over the match in progress. Then, Karrion Kross entered the ring and attacked McIntyre and held him in a choke, causing Solo Sikoa to lose via disqualification.
However, one thing that was evident from this tweet that we might get to see a long story between Solo Sikoa and McIntyre, which will include the entire bloodline.
On the next episode of SmackDown, these two may clash again.
Talking of Solo, he had previously worked well in NXT and has been invited to join the main roster very soon.
Now it remains to be seen how WWE builds him ahead as we have seen many NXT stars getting jobbed on the main roster in the past.
Superstars like Bobby Roode, Nakamura and Apollo are prime examples of this. Solo Sikoa looks quite confident on mic and this factor coupled with the wrestling ability he has can take him a long way.
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