Surprising Length of Losses for WWE Star

Surprising Length of Losses for WWE Star
He hasn’t won a match in months.

There’s been a lot of changes at WWE over the last few months, particularly at the beginning of the new year. Vince McMahon is officially gone; The Rock has joined the TKO Board of Directors and TKO is in its middle of WrestleMania season.


The Bloodline storyline has progressed and continued to grow in the past, including The Rock now in the photo together with Roman Reigns. In the meantime, Solo Sikoa and Jimmy Uso have been on their own adventures.

Sikoa is the child of Rikishi and is the older brother to Jimmy and Jey Uso (Jonathan Joshua Fatu and Jonathan). He joined WWE by 2021. After a stint as a wrestler in NXT, Solo was called up to the main roster in September 2022.

Most significant victory to date

Sokoa won the biggest match in his professional career, when he defeated John Cena at the Crown Jewel PLE in November. Based on, Sokoa hasn’t won any match after beating Cena.

On SmackDown the wrestler is 0-5 after losing a dark match to Cody Rhodes earlier this month at an SmackDown event. The remaining 18 losses were from house shows with such wrestlers as Kevin Owens, AJ Styles as well as LA Knight. In the last year He has lost nine games, with three of them on TV.

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