Solo Sikoa On Money In The Bank: It Was My WrestleMania Moment

Solo Sikoa says Money in the Bank was his WrestleMania

For the second PPV in a row, Solo Sikoa found himself in the main event of a major show. After previously headlining Night Of Champions in an Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship match against Sami Zayn & Kevin Owens, he returned to the spotlight at Money in the Bank when he and Roman Reigns took on The Usos in the “Bloodline Civil War”. 

It has been a big year for Sikoa, and he recently opened up in a Facebook post where he described Money in the Bank from London, England as his WrestleMania moment. 

“Finally had some time to digest everything that happened last Saturday in London at #MITB . This will be a moment I will ALWAYS cherish and remember forever. To be in the ring with 3 of the very best in this business and better thing is we did it against each other as family. I learned from all 3 of them since I started on the main and have taken every advice they have given me to be in this position. I have traveled the world with them and have main evented EVERY PPV with them and last Saturday we made history this night and main evented against each other. So many emotions before and after. But i'm very thankful and happy I got to do it with family.

This was my WrestleMania moment I will never forget.”

At WrestleMania 39 this year, Sikoa wasn’t featured in a match, and was instead in the corner of Roman Reigns, helping him defeat Cody Rhodes in the main event of Night 2 in a match for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. 

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