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Solo Sikoa reveals that Triple H advised him to use the Samoan Spike

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WWE Superstar Solo Sikoa, nicknamed the Enforcer, has been a serious figure in the Bloodline who has often emerged as the savior of the heel faction. He made a fitting debut at the Clash at the Castle premium live event when he helped Roman Reigns overcome the challenge from Drew McIntyre.

Over the past few months, Sikoa has been seen using the Samoan Spike which was consistently used by his uncle Umaga. Speaking to Joseph Staszewski of the New York Post, Sikoa revealed that it was Triple H who had advised him to use the Samoan Spike. The Game also showed immense respect for the late Umaga during his conversation with Solo SIkoa.

“Put him out of commission and as a finisher. It will definitely be one of my finishers now moving forward. The idea came from Hunter [Triple H]. Hunter pulled me aside. I think it was Paul Heyman’s idea, too, so Hunter wanted to run it by me. He goes, ‘I know your uncle was a big part of your guys’ family. I know what he meant to you guys. I wanted to ask you if you would be OK using the spike?’ I was like, I don’t know.” 

He further went on to reveal that it was an emotional moment as he got the chance to once again bring alive the memories of Umaga who had impressive matches with Bobby Lashley and Triple H during his tenure in WWE.

“I kind of want to stay away from it because that’s his thing. And he was like, ‘I know he passed away and yesterday was his anniversary,’ which was a Sunday and the next day was Raw. He goes, ‘I think it will be cool if you pay a tribute to him on TV by using the spike.’ I was like, ‘You know what man? Yeah, let’s do it.’ Once he said that I kind of got emotional. I was like, wow. For those who don’t remember who Umaga was, now I’m about to refresh their memory. It was a pretty cool moment for me to pay tribute to him.” 

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