Zilla Fatu details how he would write himself into The Bloodline story in WWE

Fatu added that there’s more to it than what he shared. 

This past December, it was formally announced by Booker T’s Reality of Wrestling school that Zilla Fatu, son of the late Edward Fatu Smith (Umaga), began training to become a wrestler. 

As Fatu continues to train, thoughts of possibly being incorporated into The Bloodline story in WWE has crossed his mind. He shared that during his appearance on Chris Ortiz’s The Be Someone Podcast.

He was asked how would he write himself into the story and said he’d be aiming for the top spot but instead of the titles, he’d be coming after ‘the birthright of the table’. He then went on to suggest the idea of being introduced alongside NXT’s Ava. 

I did (think about how I’d like to enter The Bloodline storyline). I just don’t wanna… But I’ll give y’all a little bit. It would just basically be me coming after the birthright of the table. Does that makes sense? It’s not gonna be me fighting for the belt. It’s gonna be me fighting for the necklace. It’s more to it though (he laughed). Stay tuned, stay tuned. But yeah, it’s just gonna be the birthright. Me coming in and yeah… Or that or just something along the lines with Ava. That’s Rock’s daughter. Something along with her. She’s in NXT. We’re the same age. So they might have her in the — I know they’re gonna put her in The Bloodline eventually. But, you know, me, her, Solo (Sikoa).

Solo Sikoa and The Usos (Jimmy & Jey Uso) picked up a win over Matt Riddle and Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn at Backlash.

Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns is scheduled to appear on the May 12th SmackDown. 

If the quote in this article is used, please credit The Be Someone Podcast with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription. 

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