WWE NXT: The Usos' brother debuts for Triple H's brand under new name

The Usos' brother, Joseph Fatu, debuts on WWE NXT under new name

The Usos brother has debuted for WWE, but it seems like he won't be linked to his older siblings in any capacity.

Joseph Fatu, who is the real-life brother of Jimmy and Jey Uso, debuted on last night's episode of WWE NXT 2.0 after signing with the company in August 2021.

A short vignette aired to promote Fatu's official debut with Triple H's brand, with it being revealed that the 28-year-old will now be going by the name Solo Sikoa.

In the video package, which you can check out below, Solo Sikoa said that he was "left to fight alone" as a teenager, saying:

“You won’t find my wins and losses in any record books, those live on the streets. I was left to fight alone when I was 15 years old, and that’s when I became Solo Sikoa. Street Champion, of the Island.”

With Roman Reigns & The Usos' gimmicks being all about their family, many thought that Joseph Fatu would be immediately brought to the main roster as the third Uso, but that hasn't happened.

Not only that, but it seems like WWE won't even be acknowledging that Solo Sikoa is related to The Usos on WWE NXT, but that could always be added at a later date.

This definitely isn't uncommon for WWE, with it never being overtly mentioned on NXT TV that Bron Breakker is the real-life son of Rick Steiner.

You can watch every single episode of WWE NXT live every week here in the UK on BT Sport.

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