New details on Solo Sikoa's future



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New details on Solo Sikoa's future

After the live broadcast of Friday Night SmackDown at the Amway Arena in Orlando, WWE recorded a backstage brawl starring Solo Sikoa and Von Wagner, who already played a match at NXT last week and then ended up fighting in I go around the entire Performance Center.

The tweet with a photo quotes: “Friday night there was an altercation between @WWEVonWagner and @WWESoloSikoa at #SmackDown. Tune in this Tuesday to #WWENXT at 8/7 C on @USA_Network to see how it turned out! " Obviously this quarrel thing during SmackDown triggered some alarm bells in the minds of fans and even journalists who wanted to talk about it on their sites.

Backstage news on Solo Sikoa

Solo Sikoa is the son of the WWE Hall of Famer Rikishi. He made his WWE debut on the November 2 episode of NXT 2.0 and defeated Jeet Rama within two minutes. For example, our colleagues at Wrestling Inc.

wrote: “The fact that the altercation took place after SmackDown could be a sign that WWE is considering debuting the two young Superstars on the main roster. Typically, wrestlers on the verge of a call-up have several dark matches on one of the two main roster shows, giving WWE top floors and producers a chance to take a closer look at their skills.

It's also possible that WWE shot the corner on Friday Night SmackDown because it took place at the Amway Center, which is just minutes from the Performance Center. That said, Sikoa is scheduled to have a call on the main roster soon.

According to Louis Dangoor of GiveMeSport, Sikoa "will be on the main roster after SummerSlam on July 30", but WWE has yet to decide if he will be paired with Usos, his brothers in real life." During a recent interview with BT Sport, Solo Sikoa revealed that there were initial plans for him to work alongside The Usos on the main roster, but it was nixed.

"At the end of the day, it's so easy to go back and say I'm [The Uso] brother, I'm their family... I want people to recognize me for me. I think before I started before I debuted on TV- The creative was like 'We'll just put you with your brothers' and then the next meeting was like, 'Let's see what you can do on your own' and I felt like that was a fire day," said Sikoa. It will be interesting to see if Solo Sikoa can dethrone Carmelo Hayes in the future.