Solo Sikoa Reflects On Main Eventing Money In The Bank With His Family

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Solo Sikoa has given his true feelings on what it was like to headline Money in the Bank with his family.

The Bloodline storyline that has dominated World Wrestling Entertainment for the last three years has been a family affair built about the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns as The Tribal Chief.

Sami Zayn was brought into the group over a year ago as an “Honorary Uce” that continually proved his loyalty to the group.

In September 2022, Roman Reigns defended the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at Clash at the Castle in Wales against a tough opponent named Drew McIntyre. Just when it looked like Drew had the match won, that’s when Solo Sikoa made his WWE main roster debut after spending the previous year on NXT. Thanks to Solo, Reigns got the win there too.

At November 2022’s Survivor Series WarGames Premium Live Event, The Bloodline five of Reigns, Jimmy, Jey, Sami and Solo got their greatest victory together in the WarGames match when Zayn once again proved his loyalty to the group. For Solo, he was in a PLE main event just two months after debuting on the main roster and proving that he belonged.

It’s been a difficult 2023 for The Bloodline because Zayn was kicked out of the group at the Royal Rumble. At Night of Champions, Jimmy Uso was sick of Roman’s bossy attitude and superkicked his own cousin to cost Roman Reigns & Solo Sikoa a match against Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn for the WWE Tag Team Titles. A few weeks later, Jey joined Jimmy against Roman to set up a huge main event match.

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Money in the Bank on July 1st saw The Usos teaming up against cousin Roman Reigns and their younger brother Solo Sikoa in the “Bloodline Civil War” match. It was a chaotic match full of twists of turns. When Solo Sikoa missed his table dive and he went crashing through the table, The Usos double-teamed Reigns and Jey hit an Uso Splash to pin the Tribal Chief for Roman’s first pinfall loss in 3.5 years. It was treated like a big deal with the crowd loving every second of it.

On Facebook, Solo Sikoa posted a message about what it meant to him to main event Money in the Bank with his brothers Jimmy & Jey Uso along with cousin Roman Reigns.

Finally had some time to digest everything that happend last Saturday in London at #MITB. This will be a moment I will ALWAYS cherish and remember forever. To be in the ring with 3 of the very best in this business and better thing is we did it against eachother as family. I learned from all 3 of them since i started on the main and have taken every advice they have given me to be in this position. I have traveled the world with them and have main evented EVERY ppv with them and last Saturday we made history this night and main evented against eachother. So many emotions before and after. But I’m very thankful and happy i got to do it with family.
This was my wrestlemaina moment i will never forget.

“WWE Money in the Bank 2023 live from London England was the highest grossing arena event in all of WWE history.”

The story between The Bloodline family members continued on Smackdown in MSG on Friday night when Solo Sikoa & Roman Reigns beat up Jimmy Uso so badly that after Solo Sikoa put Jimmy through the table, Jimmy was taken away in an ambulance. Jey Uso came back to end the night for a measure of revenge with WWE likely going with Roman vs. Jimmy at SummerSlam in a singles match.