The Anoa’i family ties are growing in WWE with multiple in-ring athletes joining the company over the years with the latest addition being the nephew of WWE Legends Umaga and Rikishi, Jacob Fatu.

The former MLW heavyweight champion recently inked deal with WWE as disclosed by his family members during WrestleMania 40 weekend, generating anticipation for his potential involvement with The Bloodline upon his debut. Initial speculation suggested that Jacob might grace WWE programming as early as this week.

However, according to a new report by PWInsider, WWE intends to take a cautious approach with Jacob Fatu’s transition to the main roster, preferring not to rush his debut. Consequently, his appearance in the WWE Draft appears less likely with other sources suggesting that a meticulous plan is in place for his integration into The Bloodline.

The Bloodline’s Enforcer, Solo Sikoa has taken charge of the stable and has already welcomed Tama Tonga into its ranks following Roman Reigns’s loss of the Undisputed WWE Championship to Cody Rhodes. So adding Jacob Fatu to the mix upon his WWE debut would potentially add new dynamics to their ongoing storyline.


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