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Jacob Fatu’s WWE Debut: Why It Took So Long and What It Means for The Bloodline

One big thing: Jacob Fatu finally debuts on WWE SmackDown

Jacob Fatu, the “Samoan Werewolf,” made a surprise debut on Friday’s WWE SmackDown, aligning with Solo Sikoa’s Bloodline splinter group.

• Fatu joined Sikoa, Tama Tonga, and Tanga Loa in attacking WWE Champion Cody Rhodes, Randy Orton, and Kevin Owens.
• His debut comes months after he reportedly signed with WWE, as revealed during WrestleMania 40 weekend.

Why it matters

Fatu’s addition to The Bloodline faction significantly bolsters its power and deepens its Samoan heritage, potentially shifting storylines and power dynamics within WWE.

Behind the scenes

The delay explained

• International travel restrictions due to a past robbery conviction may have delayed Fatu’s debut.
• This issue reportedly deterred previous WWE management from pursuing Fatu.
• The current regime has shown long-standing interest in Fatu.

Positive first impressions

• Fatu reportedly made an immediate positive impact backstage upon his debut.
• His integration into Sikoa’s group adds another layer to The Bloodline’s evolving story.

The bigger picture

• Fatu’s father, Samuel Fatu, previously teamed with Haku (father of Tonga and Loa) in WWE as The Islanders from 1986 to 1988.
• This connection adds historical depth to the new Bloodline lineup.

What’s next

As The Bloodline grows stronger, fans are left wondering how this will affect WWE’s power structure and upcoming storylines. Will Fatu’s addition lead to a full-scale war with the rest of the roster?

What do you think about Jacob Fatu joining The Bloodline? Leave your thoughts in the comments below!

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