WATCH: Potential Bloodline Member Nails Down Fan Who Wanted to Be Part of the Wrestling Show

Published 10/25/2023, 12:30 PM EDT

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After Jey Uso severed his ties with The Bloodline and left SmackDown, the villainous faction has been looking out for someone to fill his spot. And Roman Reigns doesn’t have to look any further, as another member of the Anoa’i family is ready to take on the mantle. And this member recently demonstrated his brute strength as a fan tried to attack him.

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This wrestler is the son of a legendary WWE superstar who sent shivers down the spine of his opponents.

Zilla Fatu destroyed a fan who showed him the middle finger

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Pro wrestlers have to master the trait of aggression as it helps them put on a worthy display. They also need to reign undue aggression when the situation calls for it. However, in this situation, it could prove hard for anyone to chastise the pro wrestler who merely retaliated to an attack launched against him. And wrestling fans got to see this scenario play out via Zilla Fatu, the son of legendary WWE wrestler Umaga. His father was a force to be reckoned with in the early 2000s.

His brute strength and anger shattered the confidence of his opponents even before the match even began. Zilla Fatu reminds fans and even wrestlers alike of his father when he steps into the wrestling ring. His aggression and killer instincts are so reminiscent of his father, that fans sometimes think that they are watching Umaga once again.

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And recently one fan got an up close and personal demo of Fatu’s anger. This happened at a wrestling event where Fatu was fighting in a match and the fighting continued outside the ring. But one overly excited fan started showed the middle finger to Fatu, and that infuriated him.

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He then went on to approach Fatu head on and that’s when things went out of hand. Fatu brutally clotheslined the fan and pushed him back into the crowd. Things were about to get out of hand but security intervened and took the guy away. But this video went viral and obviously fans were not siding with the guy who got knocked out. One fan even said, “who would square up with Jacob Fatu of all people 😂”

But will fans get to see Zilla Fatu join The Bloodline soon?

Zilla Fatu just left Booker T’s Reality of Wrestling

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Zilla Fatu had just recently made his debut in the ROW in July. He even won his debut match by delivering a menacing Samoan Spike, dedicating his first win to his late father, Umaga.

But just a month after joining the promotion, Fatu and ROW parted ways. The reason cited was “irreconcilable differences” between Fatu and Booker T. Now that Fatu is not signed with ROW, there is a huge chance that the WWE might just rope him in.

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Will he then be part of The Bloodline if he joins the WWE? Well the last time he was asked who he was rooting for during the Tribal Combat match at SummerSlam, he sided with Jey Uso. He was also quick to say, “But we are all family at the end of the day”. So we will only have to wait and watch to see which side Fatu eventually joins. But what would you have done if you were in Zilla Fatu’s place and a crazy fan wanted to square off with you?

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Christopher Lazarus

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Christopher Lazarus is a WWE writer at Essentially Sports with over 12 years of experience in radio, television and music streaming. After completing his Bachelors in Chemistry, he moved on to media for his love for the creative aspect. He has been an avid fan of WWF/WWE since the dawn of cable TV in India when main events like 'King Of The Ring' and 'Royal Rumble' were aired on Sundays through VHS cassettes.
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Amal Joyce

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