The Usos’ brother to be brought up to the main roster in exciting Triple H move

If reports are to be believed, Solo Sikoa, the brother of The Usos, is going to be heading up to WWE’s main roster.

Along with Santos Escobar and Legado del Fantasma, who are rumoured to be moving to either Raw or SmackDown, NXT star Solo Sikoa is also set for a move to the main roster.

PWInsider is reporting that Sikoa will be heading up to SmackDown very soon, potentially even as early as this month.

Solo Sikoa, 29, could be main roster bound in the very near future, possibly as soon as this month. has learned that will be happening “ASAP” according to a WWE source with Sikoa slated to join the Smackdown brand.

Solo is the brother of Jimmy and Jey Uso, with The Usos the reigning Undisputed Tag Team Champions.

As of right now, it’s unclear whether or not Solo is going to be brought into The Bloodline alongside his brothers and Roman Reigns.

The fact that Solo is being brought to SmackDown, the brand that Roman and The Usos are on, does make it seem like that creative direction could be something WWE explores.

Given that The Bloodline is all about the Anoa’i family, it’d be strange to have a member of the family on the brand, without partnership him with the faction in some way.

However, that’s unconfirmed as of right now, and the report even notes that Triple H’s plans for the 29-year-old are unclear at this stage.

Solo Sikoa is heading up to WWE's main roster
Solo Sikoa is heading up to WWE’s main roster

As noted, Solo is the only name who is going to be heading from NXT to the main roster, with Santos Escobar and the rest of Legado del Fantasma also expected to land on Raw or SmackDown soon.

Solo’s move is Triple H’s latest way of bolstering out the rosters of the main roster shows, with the returns of several notable names, including Johnny Gargano and Karrion Kross, helping to do that too.

Speaking of returns, reports also state that Braun Strowman is back with WWE following his departure in 2021, and will be on Raw this week, which you can read more about by clicking here.

For more news on what the future holds for Solo Sikoa, and the plans that Triple H may have for him on SmackDown, please make sure you stay tuned to GiveMeSport over the coming weeks.

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