“Solo is the new tribal chief now?” – Fans in shock as Tama Tonga makes his WWE debut and replaces Jimmy Uso in The Bloodline

The Bloodline saga is far from over following the events that transpired on SmackDown.

“Solo is the new tribal chief now?” – Fans in shock as Tama Tonga makes his WWE debut and replaces Jimmy Uso in The Bloodline

Solo Sikoa and Tama Tonga (via WWE)

After Roman Reigns‘ loss to Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania XL, The Bloodline’s dynamics have completely changed. Unfortunately, Jimmy Uso had to face the consequences of his loss at the hands of Solo Sikoa. He was attacked by the newest member of the dominant faction, Tama Tonga.

On the latest episode of SmackDown, Paul Heyman, Solo Sikoa, and Jimmy Uso came out to address the WWE Universe. The Wiseman stated that there were no excuses for their loss. However, Solo snatched the microphone out of his hand and stated that failure had to come with consequences. At first, he hugged Jimmy and said he was his brother, but it was all a facade to allow Tama Tonga to brutally attack him from behind.

At WrestleMania XL, Jimmy failed to win his match against his brother Jey Uso, and Solo punished him for the same. The Enforcer shockingly refused to take orders from Heyman and smashed his phone just as he was about to call Roman Reigns. Interestingly, the Hall of Famer was heard shouting that The Tribal Chief didn’t want this, meaning that Sikoa made the decision without taking Reigns’ permission. 

Tama Tonga’s debut in WWE was rumored for a long time, and it finally became a reality on SmackDown. With his sudden introduction in The Bloodline, it looks like the saga is nowhere near over. It will be interesting to see how the The Tribal Chief reacts to seeing the chaotic events that unfolded last night. 

Fans couldn’t control their excitement as Tama Tonga brutally attacked and replaced Jimmy Uso in The Bloodline

The wrestling universe was in shock after Tama Tonga made his WWE debut and attacked Jimmy Uso. Some fans expected this attacker to be Jacob Fatu, who reportedly signed a deal with WWE. Meanwhile, other fans liked the new inclusion in the dominant faction.

Paul Heyman, Solo Sikoa, and Tama Tonga
Paul Heyman, Solo Sikoa, and Tama Tonga (via WWE)

One fan raised a genuine question about whether Sikoa was the new Tribal Chief after the brutal attack on his cousin. Another fan was excited about Tama Tonga’s debut and the plethora of storylines unfolding in the future. Here are some of the top reactions from fans: 

Some fans didn’t like when Sikoa talked about consequences, as The Enforcer has been on a losing streak since his win against John Cena. Another fan blamed Jey for not coming out and helping his brother from the beatdown. Other fans were happy to see this vicious side of the former North American Champion and said that they needed more of it. Overall, this segment garnered a lot of fans’ attention on social media.

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