The Bloodline have been one of WWE’s main attractions since 2020, and with the faction holding several of the organisation’s top championships, there is no wonder why.
Roman Reigns is the current WWE undisputed world champion, holding both the WWE Championship and the WWE Universal Championship. Elsewhere in the faction, the Usos are the undisputed tag champions, holding both the Raw and SmackDown tag team championships.
Sami Zayn and Solo Sikoa boosted The Bloodline’s numbers by joining in 2022, but now a former WWE superstar has teased their own inclusion within the leading stable.
Former WWE Superstar Teases Shock Return To WWE To Align With The Bloodline
In an interview with the WrestleBinge YouTube channel, former WWE performer Manu was asked by Bill Apter about his connections with The Bloodline, and if he was “waiting in the wings” to join the group.
“I like to say I’m in the prime of my career. So anything is possible and you know what they say – anything can happen in the World Wrestling Federation [Entertainment].”
Manu is part of the Anoa’i wrestling family, just like The Bloodline. The Anoa’i family also includes huge names such as the legendary Yokozuna, Umaga, Rikishi and perhaps most famously, Dwayne Johnson.
Longtime WWE fans may remember Manu for his brief run on Monday Night Raw in 2008. He was aligned with Randy Orton within the Legend Killer’s “Legacy” faction, which also boasted Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase Jr as members.
Manu competed mainly in tag team matches with Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase by his side. However, his stint on the WWE main roster only lasted three months, which legendary announcer Jim Ross stated was due to his inexperience. His last in-ring performance was a losing effort to Matt Hardy on Monday Night Raw’s December 29th, 2008 edition. He would be released from his contract two months later.