WWE Hall of Famer Road Dogg heaped appreciation on Samoan wrestler Solo Sikoa.Sikoa, presently signed to NXT, is the son of the famous Rikishi. Before making his debut on NXT last year, he utilized to ply his trade in the independent circuit under the ring name Sefa Fatu. Given that joining WWE, the 29-year-old has been remarkable, continuing his good run with the most current win over Duke Hudson.
The previous D-Generation X member showered praise on Sikoa. He proclaimed to be a big fan of the Samoan and thinks there are a great deal of positives to be drawn from Solo's win over Duke Hudson.
Rikishi's son will perhaps be considering the NXT North American Championship again. He failed to capture the gold versus Carmelo Hayes and Cameron Grimes in a triple threat match at Spring Breakin' on May 3, 2022.
Jimmy Uso reveals the advice he offered to Solo Sikoa when he joined WWE.Member of The Bloodline, Jimmy Uso, revealed the guidance he gave his brother Solo Sikoa when the latter made his debut on WWE TELEVISION.
Speaking on Corey Graves' After The Bell podcast, Jimmy stated he suggested the NXT star don a different appearance than him and Jey:
" I was like, 'How about first thing is do not appear like us try not to look like us,' because we look a lot alike. He had long hair. He chopped his hair, dyed his hair, went from the Air Forces [shoes] to barefoot. He's unpleasant in the ring barefoot. He's doing whatever he needs to make his own mark."
Solo Sikoa is slowly but steadily moving up the ranks in NXT. In the middle of a remarkable streak, he's showing qualities of his brothers on the main roster who hold the Unified Tag Team titles.