The Bloodline has been the ruler of the WWE landscape for a long time now. The foundation of the group was laid by The Tribal Chief Roman Reigns and Paul Heyman saw additions at various stages as they grew in size and power. However, a dangerous force that became part of the Bloodline was Solo Sikoa, whose children are already looking to follow in the footsteps of their families.

The Enforcer of the faction recently posted a series of photos and videos of his children on Instagram. On the occasion of his son Za’khi’s second birthday, Solo Sikoa’s son can be seen watching The Bloodline on TV as they make their entrance while holding up a replica championship in his hands.

Za’khi’s enthusiasm for watching his family on TV was supported by his older brother Zion. As the birthday boy watched The Bloodline’s entrance, both he and his brother raise their Ones in the sky, in a perfect impersonation of the other members of the stable.

“Happy 2nd birthday to my #1 fan.I love you khi khi💙.”


Solo Sikoa made his debut in WWE NXT back in 2021. He interrupted a segment between Grayson Waller and LA Knight, attacking Waller in the process and making a strong first impression on the WWE universe.

After a year of laying carnage down in NXT, Solo Sikoa made his debut at WWE Clash at the Castle event. He assisted his cousin, Roman Reigns to retain his Undisputed WWE Universal championship against Drew McIntyre in the main event.

Since then, Solo Sikoa has served as The Enforcer of The Bloodline and the hard-hitting force of the faction. With his entire family behind him, there is no doubt that Sikoa would rise above and become a legitimate top star in the future.

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