NXT: Solo Sikoa enjoyed a breakout performance

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NXT: Solo Sikoa enjoyed a breakout performance

NO DQ MATCH: Solo Sikoa vs Boa; Solo does not have the material time to enter which is attacked by Boa who hits him several times with the kendo stick. The battle then moves backstage where the two give each other a good deal with the help of a ladder.

Back in the ring, Boa is thrown against all four stakes and then thrown on the comment table with a samoan drop. Not happy Solo places Boa on a table and then climbs to the top of the stake and splashes over it. The referee can only count to three.

Result: Solo Sikoa's pinfall victory. Let's continue now with a match that sees the return to the ring of an athlete who has been absent for many weeks.

Boa and Solo Sikoa flung each other

One of the high points on WWE NXT this week saw Solo Sikoa enjoy a breakout performance against Boa.

The two concluded their intense rivalry with an entertaining Falls Count Anywhere Match. The action traveled across the arena and backstage. Boa and Sikoa flung each other from pillar to post, eventually making their way back to ringside.

The Anoa'i family member paid tribute to his late uncle as well. SINGLES MATCH: Duke Hudson vs Guru Raaj; the match has little to tell with Duke literally dominating throughout the match and taking home a clean and simple victory.

Result: Duke Hudson pinch win. Post match Duke is joined by Dante Chen and the two begin a fight promptly interrupted by the staff members who, however, are unable to prevent Duke from scoring a bad blow to poor Dante's knee.

Upon his debut on Halloween Havoc, he cut a segment with Grayson Waller and LA Knight, where he dropped Waller while Knight backed off. On WWE NXT 2.0: November 9th, 2021, Sikoa challenged Waller and Knight to a triple threat match when Waller tried to turn him against LA Knight.

Finally, Solo Sikoa used the Samoan Family special, the Samoan Drop, on LA Knight. On the other hand, he drop-kicked Grayson Waller. Sikoa ended the fight with a splash to Knight. It is a good time to note that The Uso Splash is a huge thing between Jey and Jimmy Uso, who are Sikao’s older siblings.

Defeating Waller and Knight in a triple threat match is a classic Roman Reigns move. The Tribal Chief defeated Braun Strowman and Bray Wyatt at Payback 2020 to win the Universal Championship. Next, he defeated Daniel Bryan (Bryan Danielson) and Edge at WrestleMania 37 with a double pin.

But, to even join The Bloodline, he needs to make a SmackDown debut. Considering he just debuted on NXT, it will be a while before he moves to the main roster.