Roman Reigns has been the unquestioned and dominant leader of The Bloodline faction ever since its inception in 2020. However, following his defeat at the hands of Cody Rhodes who ended his historic World title reign at WrestleMania 40, The Tribal Chief went on a hiatus from WWE television programming.

In his absence, The Enforcer, Solo Sikoa took over the reins of The Bloodline and recruited brothers, Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa to his ranks to form a new incarnation of the dominant faction.

However, their first prime target, Kevin Owens recently appeared on WWE’s The Bump to discuss his issues with The new Bloodline. The Prize Fighter stated that despite his issues with Roman Reigns and The Usos, he had a great deal of respect for them.

Furthermore, Owens revealed that he did not know about Tama Tonga’s journey in the wrestling world and even went on to boldly claim that Solo Sikoa’s Bloodline was a bootleg version and it was nothing like the presence created by Reigns and Usos.


“It’s a bootleg Bloodline. No matter what’s happened between me and Roman Reigns and The Usos and everything, I have an incredible amount of respect for those guys because they’ve been on the road. They’ve done everything we’ve done. I’ve been all over the world with them. Tama Tonga, I don’t know him. I know he’s been wrestling for a long time, but I have no idea. Up until he showed up a few weeks ago, I never met the guy. I’ve never been around him. You come in the way they did, just a real coward’s way, you know? I don’t really know what Solo’s [deal is]. Solo, he’s been around for a few years, [he’s] nothing like the Usos, nothing like Roman. I don’t respect this Bloodline.”

Kevin Owens and his partner Randy Orton went up against Solo Sikoa and Tama Tonga at the recent WWE Backlash France PLE. Despite a valiant effort, they ended up losing due to the shocking debut of Tama Tonga’s brother, Tanga Loa who is now also a member of The Bloodline.

With another member added to Solo’s faction, we will have to wait and see if they are able to match up to the level set by the original founders of The Bloodline.

Do you think Solo Sikoa’s faction is a bootleg version of the original Bloodline? Sound off in the comments!

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