Solo Sikoa’s Children Imitate The Bloodline In Adorable Video

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Ever since making his main roster debut at Clash at the Castle, Solo Sikoa has proven himself a vital part of The Bloodline, serving as an enforcer loyal to the Tribal Chief Roman Reigns.

Now, it appears the next generation of the group is being trained in his footsteps as Sikoa shared an adorable video of his children imitating the signature pose of their father’s stable.

In a post to celebrate the second birthday of his son Za’khi (affectionately called Khi Khi), Solo Sikoa posted numerous photos and videos to his Instagram. In the penultimate slide in the post below, Za’khi can be seen watching The Bloodline‘s entrance on TV while holding up a replica belt. Both he and his older brother Zion raised their pointer fingers up in the air, imitating their father along with their uncles The Usos and cousin Roman Reigns.

A second video in the last slide shows Za’khi imitating his father’s solo entrance on another occasion.

Solo Sikoa Remains Loyal To The Bloodline Following The Royal Rumble

While the next generation may be in training, The Bloodline has faced plenty of adversity in recent weeks. The main event of the 2023 WWE Royal Rumble saw Sami Zayn accompany Roman Reigns to the ring for his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship bout against Kevin Owens.

Earlier in the night, Reigns told fellow Bloodline members The Usos and Solo Sikoa to stay in the back for the bout as he wanted Sami Zayn to be out there alone. This edict came after Zayn was shown loyal to The Bloodline during the Trial of Sami Zayn on the previous Monday’s edition of Raw, but the Tribal Chief seemed to want to test the Honorary Uce’s loyalty even further as he faced off against Zayn’s longtime friend.

Zayn did his part during the bout and it seemed that his allegiance to The Bloodline couldn’t be shaken, even if he looked concerned about Owens‘ well-being. However, Reigns wasn’t satisfied with simply pinning Owens and retaining his title; instead, the Head of the Table wanted to inflict more damage, and after The Bloodline joined him in the ring to celebrate, all members continued laying a beating on Owens, going so far as to handcuff him to the ring.

Reigns handed a steel chair to Zayn and instructed him to hit the handcuffed Owens, and this proved to be one step too far. Instead, Zayn hit Roman Reigns in the back, severing ties with his faction after working so hard to prove his loyalty over the previous months on WWE programming.

Jimmy Uso and Solo Sikoa wasted no time in joining Reigns as they beat down Zayn for his actions, but to the shock of the crowd, Jey Uso walked out on his family, refusing to participate any further.

In a post on social media following the event, Sikoa declared Sami Zayn to be “dead weight,” confirming his loyalty to Reigns and his brother Jimmy.