New 2nd Generation Wrestler Coming To WWE NXT 2.0

WWE hyped the imminent arrival of a new NXT 2.0 star with Hall of Fame connections last night.

Solo Sikoa

A short vignette hyping the arrival of Solo Sikoa aired on last night's episode of WWE NXT 2.0, as the developmental brand gears up for the debut of another second-generation wrestler.

Sikoa (real name Joseph Fatu) is the real-life brother of current WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions Jimmy and Jey Uso, and WWE Hall-of-Famer Rikishi's son. Having previously wrestled as Sefa Fatu, he has now been rechristened for NXT, having been named as part of the company's latest Performance Center intake in August.

The video shows footage of Sikoa throwing punches and kicks, accompanied by the following dialogue:-

"You won't find my wins and losses in any record books, those live on the streets. I was left to fight alone when I was 15 years old - and that's when I became Solo Sikoa, street champion of the island."

There is currently no word on when, exactly, Sikoa will debut on NXT television, with the video proclaiming only that he is "coming soon."

See below for the full Solo Sikoa vignette:-


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