The Bloodline Triumphs at Money in the Bank

The Bloodline Triumphs at Money in the Bank

The Bloodline Triumphs at Money in the Bank – At WWE Money in the Bank, The Bloodline”s Solo Sikoa, Jacob Fatu, and Tama Tonga, secured a dramatic victory over the team of Undisputed WWE Champion Cody Rhodes, Kevin Owens, and Randy Orton. The presence of Tonga Loa at ringside played a pivotal role in the match’s outcome.

The match began with Jacob Fatu showcasing his impressive athleticism by popping up after a spike DDT and delivering a powerful Samoan Drop to Randy Orton. Fatu later crushed Kevin Owens with a hip attack in the corner, maintaining The Bloodline’s advantage thanks to Tonga Loa’s interference.

Kevin Owens tried to rally against Solo Sikoa, but The Bloodline’s dominance was overwhelming. Eventually, Owens tagged in Cody Rhodes, who entered with a burst of energy, clearing the ring with a series of offensive moves. Rhodes dove onto Sikoa at ringside, but Fatu regained control and fought Rhodes into the timekeeper’s area. Sikoa then speared Rhodes for a close two-count.

The chaos intensified when the referee was knocked down, allowing Rhodes to hit Sikoa with a Cross Rhodes, followed by Owens’ Frog Splash and Orton’s RKO. However, with the referee incapacitated, The Bloodline’s resilience shone through. Rhodes and his team attempted to slam Sikoa through the broadcast table, but Fatu intervened, taking them out. Amidst the turmoil, Owens sent Fatu through the broadcast table with a splash using a PRIME bottle.

Tonga Loa then delivered a low blow to Owens, and Orton responded by hitting Loa and Tonga with RKOs. Sikoa retaliated with a Samoan Spike on Orton. Rhodes hit Sikoa with two Cross Rhodes, but Fatu broke up the pin with a diving attack. Fatu then spiked Rhodes with an Implant DDT and assisted Sikoa in delivering a final Samoan Spike to secure the victory.

The Bloodline celebrated their victory, with Jacob Fatu, Tama Tonga, and Tonga Loa acknowledging Solo Sikoa as their Tribal Chief. This match was particularly notable as it marked Jacob Fatu’s WWE debut, following his arrival on the June 21 episode of WWE SmackDown. The win solidified The Bloodline’s dominance and set the stage for future conflicts within WWE, with Solo Sikoa now firmly established as the new Tribal Chief.

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