2023 can be declared as the year of The Bloodline. The faction shone as the brightest star among every other superstar in the ring. Not only did the faction leave an impact on the fans, but they also excelled in their solo performances.
Roman Reigns is on an extremely dominating run in WWE with his title run. However, his family members do not fall short of leaving an impression on the fans. Solo Sikoa is the youngest, newest, and only star left in the faction other than Roman Reigns. Carrying the legendary genes of the Anoa’i family, Solo Sikoa also holds a major achievement in WWE.
Since arriving onto the WWE main-roster one year ago today.
Solo Sikoa has only suffered TWO clean pin-fall losses in singles action. pic.twitter.com/moBNTuGl5k
— Wrestle Ops (@WrestleOps) September 3, 2023
WrestleOps took to X to highlight the achievements that Solo has attained in his one year of working on the main roster. “Solo Sikoa has only suffered TWO clean pin-fall losses in singles action,” the tweet said. The two losses came in his match against Cody Rhodes. This clearly explains that WWE has been protecting him at all costs.
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The Enforcer has emerged as the most trusted member of the Roman Reigns-led faction. He joined hands with Reigns when the duo paired up against The Usos at Money In The Bank 2023. Solo Sikoa has proven his loyalty to The Tribal Chief on multiple occasions.
He even agreed to go against his real brothers, Jey, and Jimmy Uso, showcasing his dedication to the sport. There’s still a long way to go for him and he will surely make a big name for himself.
What is Roman Reigns’ win-loss record since he became The Tribal Chief?
Roman Reigns battled leukemia during his professional wrestling career in 2019. Back then, many people wondered if he would ever be able to make a comeback; his present state speaks for itself. Months after returning, he proclaimed himself ‘The Tribal Chief’.
It wasn’t a mere change in character; it also brought him a glorious career span. He performed both in singles and tag team matches and holds a win-loss record of 54-2. Stars such as Cody Rhodes, Jey Uso, and Logan Paul have tried to dethrone Reigns at various PLEs, but in vain. He has crossed 1100 days of being the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion.
Looking at the current bookings, Roman Reigns’ storyline has taken a back seat. As a result, his title reign days will scale new heights. He has already engraved his name in the modern-day wrestling era and if things go on the same way, it won’t be long enough before he creates history.