Bloodline secures win at WWE Money in the Bank 2024 as Solo Sikoa pins Cody Rhodes

WWE: strong performance by The Bloodline, highlighted by Solo pinning the Undisputed WWE World Champion Cody Rhodes, demonstrated the might of the new stable.

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Following WrestleMania 40, the Bloodline saw a dramatic change. After Roman Reigns was defeated by Cody Rhodes to win the Undisputed World Title, he took a long break. Solo Sikoa became the Bloodline's leader during his absence, bringing a fresh perspective to the group. 

Paul Heyman was forcibly expelled from the Bloodline when Solo told him that Roman wouldn't be coming back. After that, Solo brought on Jacob Fatu, Tama Tonga, and Tanga Loa to establish a strong new group. In a six-man tag match at Money in the Bank, Cody Rhodes, Randy Orton, and Kevin Owens squared off against The Bloodline, which consisted of any three of Solo Sikoa, Tama Tonga, Tanga Loa, and Jacob Fatu.

The night's events included amazing bouts, the main event being this one. Chants from the audience, including "F*ck you Solo" and "We Want Roman," could be heard as the action started. In this bout, the audience showed little affection for the Bloodline and instead favored the babyfaces. Still, the Bloodline persisted in their assault, tagging in and out to hold the upper hand.

As the Bloodline focused on Kevin Owens, Cody Rhodes was kept out of the match for a considerable amount of time. When Jacob Fatu tagged in Solo, Owens eventually succeeded in sending him into the ring post and tagged in Rhodes as well. To rally against Solo, Rhodes attacked Tama Tonga with a Cody Cutter. After that, Rhodes dove into Solo outside the ring, but Solo countered with a spear to almost bring him down. The referee had already been removed as Orton tagged in and gave Solo an RKO.

Solo hit Cody Rhodes with a Samoan Spike

The babyfaces were about to launch a triple powerbomb, a la Shield, at Solo via the announce table when Jacob Fatu stepped in. After shocking Tama Tonga, Owens knocked Jacob out at the ringside with a large Prime bottle and then splattered a frog across a table. Corey Graves's headset fell off as a result of this play, silencing him.

Tanga Loa struck Owens with a low blow as he tried to attack Tama with a package piledriver. Jacob stopped Cody with an implanted DDT after he struck Solo with a Crossroads. After receiving assistance from Jacob, Solo hit Cody Rhodes with a Samoan Spike to seal the victory. A strong performance by The Bloodline, highlighted by Solo pinning the Undisputed WWE World Champion Cody Rhodes, demonstrated the might of the new stable.

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