Solo Sikoa has broken his silence since debuting on the WWE main roster.
During this past weekend’s WWE Clash At The Castle premium live event, former NXT North American Title challenger, Solo Sikoa made his surprising main roster debut, where he helped Roman Reigns retain the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship over Drew McIntyre.
Sikoa, the real-life younger brother of the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions, Jimmy and Jey Uso, took to Twitter to offer his first words since his shocking debut:
“(blood emoji) comes first. Always,” Sikoa simply stated.
🩸 comes first.Always. https://t.co/s1qYHZIh2b
— Solo (@WWESoloSikoa) September 6, 2022
The youngest son of WWE Hall of Famer, Rikishi, made his professional wrestling debut in 2018 and signed with WWE in 2021. Sikoa would become a staple of the rebranded NXT 2.0 brand and unsuccessfully challenged for the NXT North American Championship on two separate occasions before making his last appearance on the brand during the 8/2 episode of NXT 2.0 where he defeated Von Wagner in a Falls Count Anywhere Match.
Sikoa revealed, earlier this year, that original plans called for him to never appear in NXT and immediately join The Bloodline on SmackDown before it was ultimately decided to have him hone his craft in WWE’s developmental territory.