Roman Reigns & The Bloodline have been running things on the main roster and now a WWE NXT Superstar could join them. The superstar in concern is Solo Sikoa, brother of The Usos, who’s long been rumored to join their family members on Raw/Smackdown. Now, it appears that the moment of his main roster entry is inching closer.
With Triple H in charge of the creative team, of the WWE already has included several WWE NXT superstars on the main roster. It seems another star power has been spotted by them in Solo Sikoa. Being a member of the Samoan Family, he has all the tools of becoming a breakout superstar on the main roster with the needed elevation.
WWE NXT to export a bright future star in Solo Sikoa
That being said, PWInsider reports that Solo Solo’s main roster call-up is expected to happen, sooner than later. The Anoa’i Family representative would also find himself at home on the main roster given that The Bloodline is in charge of running things, there. The question still remains whether the current WWE NXT Superstar will be an ally to them.
“There’s been a lot of talk over the last week within the WWE NXT circles that Solo Sikoa, 29, could be the main roster bound in the very near future, possibly as soon as this month. PWInsider.com has learned that will be happening “ASAP” according to a WWE source with Sikoa slated to join the Smackdown brand.”
The same source gave updates a few days ago that there have been discussions about the 29-year-old superstar possibly joining the Raw/Smackdown fray in the near future. However, no exact timeline was provided. WWE NXT Officials are seemingly very high on him after he has earned praises by putting up excellent works in recent times. He’s expected to showcase the same during his upcoming time in the mainstay scene.
Solo Sikoa (son of Rikishi and brother of The Usos) made his TV debut at WWE NXT Halloween Havoc 2021 by taking out Grayson Waller. Afterward, he made a name for himself by competing in matches with the likes of Gunther, Carmelo Hayes, Cameron Grimes, and others on NXT 2.0. Most recently, he delivered another show-stealer against Von Vagner in a brutal Falls Count Anywhere Match.