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Rikishi Reacts To Tanga Loa Joining WWE Bloodline

Rikishi Reacts to Tanga Loa Joining the WWE Lineup

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Rikishi reacted to Tanga Loa’s WWE debut at Backlash 2024, commenting on the current iteration of the Bloodline faction.

With Roman Reigns absent since WrestleMania 40, Rikishi’s son Solo Sikoa has effectively led the Bloodline.

Sikoa teamed with Tama Tonga to face Kevin Owens and Randy Orton in a Street Fight at the May 4 Backlash event.

Tonga and Sikoa were ultimately victorious, following interference from Tonga’s brother and team partner, Tanga Loa.

In an interesting tease, Sikoa, Tonga and Loa passed Jey Uso backstage, before Jey’s match for the World Heavyweight Championship.

Rikishi, who is the father of Solo Sikoa and the Usos, took to his Instagram story to comment on Bloodline’s actions at Backlash.

Sharing a photo of Sikoa, Tonga and Loa behind the scenes, Rikishi captioned his Instagram post:

WE 🩸☝🏾

Rikishi then shared the video of the Bloodline confronting Jey Uso backstage.

Commenting on the tense reunion, Rikishi wrote:

🩸☝🏾 IS THE TIMELINE 💰💰💰💰💰💰

Tanga Loa’s WWE debut surprised many fans, as NJPW had not announced the former IWGP Tag Team Champion’s departure.

Details about how long it has been since WWE planned Tanga Loa’s debut have now been revealed, which you can read more about here.

Another star who has reportedly joined the Bloodline has reacted to Tanga Loa’s alignment with the group, click here to read more.

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