Solo Sikoa reveals the last time he saw Roman Reigns before making his debut.
Last month at WWE Clash at the Castle, Solo Sikoa made his main roster debut when he ensured Roman Reigns left Cardiff victorious. The newest member of the Bloodline faction is the real-life cousin of Reigns and the younger brother of Jimmy and Jey Uso.
Speaking to Peter Rosenberg on “Cheap Heat,” Solo Sikoa was asked whether he ever imagined his debut would be in such a big spot with his family:
“No, it was out of the blue. It was just one of those things where I got the call and this is what we want to do and this is how we want to bring you in, but I never expected it this way in front of 60,000 people. It was crazy. I’m still mind blown.”
Sikoa continued, giving an insight into his relationship with the Head of the Table:
“You know, seeing Roman in Cardiff, I haven’t seen him for like over 20 years. We really weren’t close but he was always around at our house, playing with my brothers because they were the same age and I was way younger than them. He was always around our house, but I think now coming into the business, I’m starting to get close with him, even though the age gap is there. I’m really starting to get close with him because, I mean, it’s big uce Roman Reigns, he’s been running this game for a while now.”
The Tribal Chief is set to defend his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship against Logan Paul on November 5 at WWE Crown Jewel in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.