WWE Friday Night Smackdown star and The Bloodline enforcer Solo Sikoa recently gave an interview to Riju Dasgupta of Sporskeeda.
During so, he was questioned about his opinion on the comparison between The Bloodline and the legendary D-Generation X faction, and how he felt about seeing his stable being on the same television program as DX.
Sami Zayn Is Focused On Making Solo Sikoa Laugh
First, Solo Sikoa spoke about D-Generation X.
“Childhood memories, man, growing up watching them as a little kid. I’ll still watch it. When I saw them, I was like damn. It was pretty cool to relive that moment, knowing the fan inside of me and as a kid inside of me. If you want to be honest, man, you know, The Bloodline has all the belts. DX, there wasn’t a point in time where they had all the belts. That just shows you who’s the dominant faction, whether it’s back then or not. So that’s my answer.”
Then, Sikoa was honest about what Sami Zayn is up to.
“We do rehearsals and he says, ‘We’ll do this, this, and that.’ Then when we got out there, I was like, ‘Man, you didn’t do this or that. Why didn’t you tell me you were going to do that? You’re all up in my face laughing.’ He’s like, ‘Man, I’m gonna make you crack. I’m going to make you laugh one of these days, and he’s still trying to. I’m trying my hardest not to. It’s difficult.”
Recently, Sami Zayn almost accomplished his mission of trying to make Sikoa laugh while the two appeared on WWE‘s “The Bump” program, but as of now, Sikoa still remains in control of the situation. However, according to Sami Zayn, he’s not giving up.
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The Bloodline is now tasked with defending Roman Reigns’ Undisputed WWE Universal Championship when their “Tribal Chief” squares off against Logan Paul at Crown Jewel.