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Solo Sikoa gives out-of-character reaction to WWE Money in the Bank 2023 Bloodline match

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Wrestling fans around the globe are still reeling from the dramatic spectacle that was the Bloodline Civil War at Money In The Bank in London.

The match was a historic event for several reasons, the most significant being the first time Roman Reigns had been pinned in over three years, with Jey Uso scoring the win over him.

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Solo Sikoa on a Moment to Remember

The moment, shared by three brothers and their cousin, was undoubtedly unforgettable. Solo Sikoa, the Enforcer of the Bloodline, has now spoken about it.

Known as a man of few words on TV, Sikoa broke character to reflect on the moment, calling it his ‘WrestleMania moment’.

On his personal Facebook page, Sikoa expressed his feelings about the event. He wrote, “This will be a moment I will ALWAYS cherish and remember forever. To be in the ring with 3 of the very best in this business and better thing is we did it against each other as family. I learned from all 3 of them since I started on the main and have taken every advice they have given me to be in this position.”

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A Family Affair

Sikoa’s words highlight the unique nature of the match. It was not just a competition between top wrestlers, but a family affair.

He continued, “I have travelled the world with them and have main evented EVERY PPV with them and last Saturday we made history this night and main evented against each other. So many emotions before and after. But I’m very thankful and happy I got to do it with family. This was my WrestleMania moment I will never forget.”

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