WWE Files Trademark For 'Caesar Sikoa'

Caesar Sikoa coming soon to WWE TV?

WWE have filed another new trademark that is seemingly related to The Bloodline. 

WWE applied to trademark 'Caeser Sikoa' with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on June 19, a filing which has been accepted by the USPTO but not yet finalised. 

The nature of the term would suggest Solo Sikoa is set to undergo a name change or WWE will introduce a new member of The Bloodline in the coming weeks. The faction's two biggest talents, Roman Reigns and The Rock, are currently on hiatus from WWE programming which has left Solo Sikoa as the on-screen leader in their absence. Jimmy Uso has been kicked out of The Bloodline since WrestleMania 40, with Solo adding Tama Tonga and Tonga Loa to the stable. 

WWE have signed Hikuleo - with his name expected to be Talla Tonga - and Jacob Fatu but neither have debuted on TV as of yet. 

Caesar was used throughout the Roman Empire to refer to a leader, having been adopted following the death of Roman dictator Julius Caesar. The term has also been used to refer to a second in command, particularly during the Tetrarchy period of Roman history from 285 AD to 306 when there were two Augustus' and their caesares were the heirs and second in command. 

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