Solo Sikoa collided with former world champion Dolph Ziggler in a singles match on the red brand last night. Sikoa took control in quick fashion, stomping on Ziggler before suffering a headbutt. The end of the match came after a Samoan Spike, but Vince Russo recently indicated that Kevin Dunn intentionally attempted to bury Solo Sikoa on WWE RAW by showing an unflattering replay.

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Dolph Ziggler got a big counter with a Zig Zag before scoring another near fall. Solo Sikoa won the match by defeating Dolph with a Samoan Spike, but The Bloodline’s Enforcer’s finisher on the former world champion did not land properly, resulting in a blunder on WWE RAW programming. Not only that, but Sikoa’s botched Samoan Spike move was played in slow motion, which drew a lot of attention from the audience.

Kevin Dunn, member of WWE’s board of directors and Executive Vice President, Television Production, is most known for making decisions on practically everything fans see on television. However, on the most recent episode of Legion of RAW, the former WWE writer Vince Russo praised Kevin Dunn only to reveal that the producer responded to a clip of Sikoa’s finishing to bury him.


People could say whatever they want about Kevin Dunn. Bro, he’s great at his job. When I see something like this, that’s where the red flag goes up to me. Because to me, bro, that was done purposely for whatever reason. He clearly spiked him in the arm, and you replayed it, bro. That was done to bury somebody, bro.

Solo Sikoa is on his way to great things in WWE. He is not only a member of the Bloodline, but he also has an incredible family legacy, one WWE allows him to honor with that Samoa Spike, because it was Umaga’s move.

You can check out the entire Legion of RAW episode below. Let’s see how Kevin Dunn react to this. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Ringside News.

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