The Bloodline Erupts On SMACKDOWN As Tama Tonga Makes His Shocking Debut And Takes Out [SPOILER]

The Bloodline Erupts On SMACKDOWN As Tama Tonga Makes His Shocking Debut And Takes Out [SPOILER] The Bloodline Erupts On SMACKDOWN As Tama Tonga Makes His Shocking Debut And Takes Out [SPOILER]

The SmackDown after WrestleMania featured a huge shocker as Bullet Club founder Tama Tonga made his WWE debut by taking out a member of The Bloodline. Find out exactly how things played out right here...

By JoshWilding - Apr 13, 2024 03:04 AM EST
Filed Under: WWE

Last night's SmackDown dealt with the fallout from Roman Reigns' loss to Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania, starting with the reveal that The Bloodline's locker room now belongs to the American Nightmare!

Later in the show, Paul Heyman hit the ring to convey a message on behalf of Roman: there are no excuses for what happened at the Show of Shows and no one who interfered is to blame. Ultimately, The Bloodline takes full accountability for the Tribal Chief losing the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. 

Heyman confirmed Roman's decision to take revenge on Seth Rollins is what cost him the title and was interrupted by Solo Sikoa when he started comparing the Head of the Table to a phoenix that will rise from the ashes.

He asked Heyman if winning and losing matters, stated that there are consequences to losing, and said that means change. He then stared down Jimmy (who was defeated by Jey at WrestleMania) before a hooded figure attacked the former Tag Team Champion. 

He revealed himself to be Tama Tonga, a founding member of the Bullet Club who is the nephew and adopted son of Haku.

Tonga and Sikoa destroyed Jimmy, eventually putting his head through a steel chair (leaving a shocked and clearly scared Heyman to follow them to the back after Solo broke the phone he uses to call Roman). 

Backstage, it was strongly hinted that this all went down without Reigns' input, so we could be looking at a new Bloodline in WWE. Could that eventually lead to Roman Reigns and The Usos vs. The Rock, Solo Sikoa, and Tama Tonga? It seems likely, though Jacob Fatu is also expected to make his WWE debut soon.

Elsewhere in the show, it was decided that AJ Styles vs. LA Knight will take place next week, with the winner set to challenge Rhodes for the title at Backlash in France.

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marvel72
marvel72 - 4/13/2024, 12:45 PM
John Moxley has won NJPW World Heavyweight Championship. First wrestler to win the heavyweight championship in WWE,AEW and NJPW.
DevilsDreams
DevilsDreams - 4/15/2024, 4:22 AM
It's starting to sound like a Marvel comic! Solo Sikoa, Tama Tonga...

Although... if losing matters, then Solo hasn't done anything but lose for at least a few months now??

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