Has WWE canceled its plans for Solo Sikoa?



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Has WWE canceled its plans for Solo Sikoa?

During the finale of the Clash at the Castle main event, a PPV that WWE wanted to broadcast from Cardiff, Wales, a surprise left the fans of the McMahon company amazed, with the Usos' younger brother, the now ex NXT athlete Solo Sikoa, who showed up at ringside and attacked the referee of the evening, putting an end to the pin that could have been decisive after Drew Mcintyre's winning attack with his finisher.

In the end, it was once again Roman Reigns who brought the belts home with him, who had managed with his well-aimed Spear to score the three count. After seeing this sensational debut on the main roster for Solo Sikoa, the former North American Champion of NXT had a stable association with the Bloodline, with that storyline still going on on the scenes of the main roster and with such a team that he added another member of the team: Sami Zayn.

Solo Sikoa has great talent

In his latest interview, the younger brother of the undisputed tag team champions of the main roster, the Usos, wanted to reveal some plans that the WWE management had in mind for him, before the big move to the main roster, with a feud against the current NXT World Champion, Bron Breakker, which never actually went on stage.

To the microphones of Superstar Crossover, Solo Sikoa has in fact stated: "I felt that before my call to the main roster there were big plans for me. From going against Carmelo Hayes and maybe even Bron Breakker. You know, generation versus generation, but I feel like it still worked out great in the end.

I came out of NXT with the great honor of never losing the North American title, I just had to give it up. And those are two completely different things." Apparently, WWE immediately intended to move Solo alongside the twin brothers on the main roster, but by his own insistence, the athlete remained in NXT, trying to create a name for himself, so as not to be recognized as many brothers or children of art, such as "the brother of" or "the son of", something with which Charlotte Flair had to fight a lot at the beginning of her career, like many other colleagues.

In an exclusive interview with Sportskeeda Wrestling, Sikoa spoke about his WWE SmackDown cohort going off script to make him break character: "Some of the things man (...) we do rehearsals and he’s like imma do this and that.

And then when we get out there I'm like man, you didn’t do this or that. Why did you tell me you was gonna do that? You all up in my face laughing at me."