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Tama Tonga makes WWE debut as newest member of The Bloodline

The newest member of the Bloodline has arrived in the form of Tama Tonga.

Tonga made his debut on Smackdown and joined Solo Sikoa who then took out Jimmy Uso.

During the show, Paul Heyman, flanked by Solo and Jimmy, told the crowd that the Tribal Chief has ordered The Bloodline to take accountability and responsibility over what happened at WrestleMania.

Solo took over and said winning and losing matters and losing has consequences. A very scared Paul Heyman was about to plead for his life but Solo had someone else in his sight: his brother Jimmy.

Solo hugged Jimmy and said he’s his brother and he loves him but as he walked away, Tama Tonga came from behind and took him out. Solo then delivered the Samoan Spike four times to Jimmy and Solo and Tonga stood in the ring and acknowledged the Tribal Chief.

Heyman grabbed the phone and tried to call Roman Reigns but Solo grabbed his phone and smashed it. Solo wrapped a chair around Jimmy’s neck and then ran into the corner, taking him out.

“This is not what the Tribal Chief wants,” screamed Heyman, who eventually left with the two looking rather confused.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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