WWE Sign Famous New Bloodline Member

There are indications that former MLW heavyweight champion Jacob Fatu could be making his way to WWE.



As per reports from Fightful Select, there’s buzz suggesting that Fatu, who concluded his tenure with MLW in February, might follow in the footsteps of his brothers, such as the Usos and Solo Sikoa, by joining WWE.

Sources indicate that Fatu has been sharing with others that he inked a deal with WWE as of this past Wednesday. This news aligns with his sudden withdrawal from scheduled appearances with GCW this week. While WWE has not officially confirmed Fatu’s signing, they also did not refute the claim when queried by Fightful.

If the rumors hold true, Fatu’s potential move to WWE could mark an exciting addition to the company’s roster, bringing with him the lineage and talent that runs in his family.

During the WrestleMania 40 press conference, Reigns addressed McAfee’s remarks, emphasizing that he is still undergoing oral chemotherapy, which is likely to be a lifelong treatment. However, he expressed gratitude that it doesn’t impede his ability to perform.

Reigns underscored the importance of health, stating that as long as he can continue to perform, he considers himself fortunate. He reassured everyone that he is still in remission but acknowledged that this treatment remains a significant aspect of his life.

“I’m still on oral chemotherapy, it’s a medication that I’m going to have to remain on my entire life most likely. It’s just a part of my personal battle. It doesn’t affect me, thank God, I’m still able to perform. I think anybody in my position would say health is wealth. As long as I continue to perform, you already know that’s at bay. We’re good. We’re still in remission. It is something that is still part of my life.”

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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