4 Reasons why Solo Sikoa needs to be added to WWE Clash at the Castle 

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Solo Sikoa should appear at WWE Clash at the Castle Scotland
Solo Sikoa should appear at WWE Clash at the Castle Scotland [Credit: WWE]

WWE's next Premium Live Event is just days away. The Sports Entertainment juggernaut will soon host Clash at the Castle: Scotland. The event will take place live from the OVO Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland, this Saturday.

So far, five matches have been confirmed for the event. These bouts include AJ Styles vs. Cody Rhodes in an I Quit Match for the Undisputed WWE Championship, Damian Priest vs. Drew McIntyre for the World Heavyweight Championship, a Women's Tag Team Title Triple Threat Match, Bayley vs. Piper Niven, and Sami Zayn vs. Chad Gable.

In the past, just five matches would have meant, and several more were left to be added, but this isn't necessarily the case in the Triple H era. Still, one more could potentially take place, and if it does, it should feature SmackDown's Solo Sikoa.

Sikoa is calling himself the Head Of The Table and he arguably should be on a major show ahead of what should be an exciting summer. This article will break down a handful of reasons why the former NXT star should be at the big Premium Live Event in Scotland.

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Below are four reasons why Solo Sikoa needs to be added to WWE Clash at the Castle.


#4. WWE needs to keep Solo Sikoa important

Solo Sikoa has had an interesting run on WWE's main roster. He has been on SmackDown for nearly two years now and has also been affiliated with The Bloodline the entire time.

By default, being part of The Bloodline has made Solo a key player. Interacting with Roman Reigns, The Usos, Sami Zayn, Paul Heyman, and others kept him important to some degree, but his push has still been very up and down. For example, he squashed John Cena at Crown Jewel and then went on to not win a match on television in months.

Consistency hasn't exactly been at the forefront for Solo, but putting him on Clash at the Castle with his recent push as leader of The new Bloodline could help keep him in a prime spot. A major match or moment at a Premium Live Event is big in solidifying a talent as a long-term top star.


#3. He debuted on the main roster at the previous Clash at the Castle

Saturday will be the second-ever Clash at the Castle Premium Live Event. The first was held by WWE on September 3, 2022, at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. The show was notable for several reasons, one specific to Solo.

Solo Sikoa made his debut at that Clash at the Castle event. The Enforcer of The Bloodline interfered in a bout between Drew McIntyre and Roman Reigns and helped make sure his cousin retained the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.

This show is clearly of great importance to Solo's legacy. As a result, it would be smart to have him in Scotland and potentially in a key role. This could eventually mean that fans look back at Clash at the Castle events and associate them with the new Head Of The Table.


#2. The Bloodline adds an aura of unpredictability to any show they're on

The Bloodline has had a few different "eras" since first properly forming in 2020. Early on, the group consisted of Roman Reigns, Jimmy Uso, Jey Uso, and Paul Heyman. Later on, both Solo Sikoa and Sami Zayn became members.

Over time, things changed, and the group before WrestleMania also included The Rock, with Sami and Jey no longer involved. Now, Roman and The Rock are gone, and Jimmy has been booted. This has left Solo Sikoa to recruit unpredictable and chaotic stars to the stable in Tama Tonga and Tonga Loa.

The trio are violent and bring chaos everywhere they go. Tama, in particular, will cause mayhem, even with a motor vehicle. While the chaos can be bad for the talent, it is great for the viewers.

The excitement and unpredictability that this new era of The Bloodline brings is exactly why Solo Sikoa needs to appear at the event. It will make the show even more intriguing.


#1. Solo Sikoa needs to be presented as a key player for Roman Reigns' return

A lot has changed in The Bloodline, but this is especially true thanks to the absence of Roman Reigns. He lost the Undisputed WWE Championship to Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania and hasn't been seen since. In his absence, Solo Sikoa stepped up.

While Sikoa currently runs the group, many believe that he is doing so without Roman's permission. As a result, many in the WWE Universe are under the impression that Reigns will return to feud with his younger cousin over the right of being Tribal Chief.

If this is indeed the plan and the two will feud, Solo Sikoa needs to look strong and important ahead of Roman's return. The best way to achieve this is by putting Sikoa in high-profile spots and, ideally, picking up big wins so the impending feud matters more.

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