During the last NXT putata a week ago, there was yet another surprise from the WWE, with the new entry in the stable all made up of athletes of Samoan origin, the Bloodline of Roman Reigns, or Solo Sikoa, which is went on to win a company title for the first time in his career, more precisely the secondary title of NXT, the famous North American Championship held until that night by Carmelo Hayes.
Initially, Carmelo Hayes was supposed to have a match against Wes Lee, but with a backstage segment the company ousted the athlete with an attack from behind. In the end, Smackdown's brother of Usos arrived as the new challenger for the title, with Solo Sikoa going on to win the main event of the evening with his splash from the third string.
Now even the latest member of the Bloodline has won his title, with all four members of the stable having at least one belt each, not to mention the Usos and Reigns who even have two each.
Solo Sikoa vacates the title
During a backstage segment tonight, Shawn Michaels called both champion Solo Sikoa and former champion Carmelo Hayes to his office, informing his brother of the Usos that his title has changed hands incorrectly.
and therefore that the champion would have to give back the title. Not having been officially announced in the titled match, but having presented himself alone in the contest, without having had the right, Solo Sikoa had to make the title vacant, returning it to HBK, with Carmelo Hayes who immediately attempted to regain his old title , but that's not how Shawn Michaels thought he was going to get back to having a champion for his NXT.
In the next WWE ppv for NXT, Halloween Havoc, in fact, there will be a multi-man Ladder match, in which Carmelo Hayes will also have the opportunity to get his hands on his old title and in the coming weeks we will also have the official status of the others names that Shawn Michaels and WWE will include in the dispute.
WWE star Solo Sikoa recently broke his silence after Shawn Michaels stripped him of the NXT North American Championship on the latest episode of the show. The Street Champion also hoped to see the former North American Champion on SmackDown if he ever makes it there.
"I beat you. You never beat me. That's all that matters. See you at Smackdown, if you make it there."