Solo Sikoa assumed the leadership of The Bloodline after Roman Reigns’ absence since WrestleMania 40 and recruited two of the most dangerous competitors from his own family, Tama Tonga, and Tonga Loa, to create major havoc in the WWE landscape.

On tonight’s June 7 edition of Friday Night SmackDown, the trio, along with the Wiseman Paul Heyman, open the show as promoted for Solo Sikoa to anoint Tonga Loa into The Bloodline.

Heyman began by setting the record straight that Solo would be the ‘Head of the Table’ until Roman Reigns’ comeback to WWE. He turned his attention to Tama Tonga, who had now christened the ‘Right Hand Man’ and introduced the WWE Universe to the ‘Infamous’ Tonga Loa as the official Bloodline member.

As Heyman concluded his address, Solo reminded Heyman to thank Tama Tonga and Tonga Loa for an attack by Kevin Owens. He did so nervously with Tama Tonga, informing that it was on orders of the ‘Tribal Chief.’ Moreover, as Heyman announced that KO had arrived to go after The Bloodline, he made his way to the ring.


After briefly being outnumbered for a bit, The Streets Profits came down to the ring to even the orders, with Owens sending them packing with steel chair shots as The Bloodline retreated to end the segment.

What are your thoughts on Kevin Owens and The Street Profits crashing Solo Sikoa’s anointment ceremony of Tonga Loa? Sound off in the comments!

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