WWE Bloodline Stars Given New Names

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Solo Sikoa continues to make his mark in WWE as the de facto leader of The Bloodline as he bestows some new monikers on his family.

Ever since Roman Reigns lost his Undisputed WWE Universal Title to Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania 40, things have not been the same. The Tribal Chief has not been seen in WWE since then and in his absence a power vacuum appeared at the top of The Bloodline.

Solo Sikoa didn’t let the grass grow beneath his feet to fill that space and soon took out Jimmy Uso after his WrestleMania loss to his twin brother Jey and welcomed ex-NJPW star Tama Tonga into WWE and straight into The Bloodline. They were soon joined by Tama’s brother Tanga Loa who returned to WWE for the first time in 10 years at Backlash France.

With an unsettled Paul Heyman forced to watch on with apparently no contact with Roman Reigns, Solo Sikoa is very much making The Bloodline his own.

The Bloodline Given New Names On WWE SmackDown

Now on SmackDown, it was left to Heyman to reveal new names for The Bloodline’s newest members. WWE had already tweaked Loa’s name to Tonga Loa since joining the company and now on Heyman revealed on SmackDown in Louisville, that he will be known as ‘The Infamous’ Tonga Loa.

As for Tama Tonga, Paul Heyman announced that he will now be known as ‘Tama Tonga – the Right Hand Man.’ That nickname strikes a particular chord as it was previously one given to Jey Uso by Roman Reigns during happier times for those members of the family.

With Heyman caught in the middle of the former Guerillas of Destiny, The Wiseman looked more and more concerned about his own safety as the issues in The Bloodline seem to be heading to a grizzly conclusion.