The pro wrestling business has many famous families, but the Anoa’i family and Fatu family do stand alone as Samoan dynasties. Rikishi already has three sons who are WWE Superstars, and it looks like he could add another.

Solo Sikoa joined the WWE roster to fill a role as enforcer for the Bloodline. His Clash at the Castle call-up was a surprise for many, but it fit like a glove. There could always be room for another Fatu brother in the mix as the Bloodline’s saga continues.

Rikishi recently took to Instagram, where he announced the arrival of another Uso, Thamiko T. Fatu, The Usos and Solo Sikoa’s other brother, is breaking into the pro wrestling business.

Another one . Get ready #thamikotuuhetokafatu #TokoUso THAMIKO T. FATU #FatuLegacy for bookings contact link in bio .. 🇹🇴🇼🇸


In the post, Rikishi also hashtagged, “Toko Uso,” so we have to wonder if he will try to use that name. We’re not sure if WWE has full rights to any variation of “Uso,” but he might need to check on the trademark status before making up any t-shirts for merch.

Thamiko T. Fatu is now taking bookings, so it’s anyone’s guess how far he will go in the business. If anything, he’s certain to get a few bookings on the indie circuit, just on his legendary legacy alone.

WWE is coming off WrestleMania right now, and Roman Reigns is still Undisputed WWE Universal Champion. The Usos lost their Undisputed Tag Team Titles to Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn, but they have yet to really answer to the Tribal Chief over dropping the titles.

What’s your take on another Uso in the mix? Do you think the Bloodline is big enough? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

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