WWE Superstar Sami Zayn recently did an interview with Joe.co.uk where he talked about different pro wrestling topics. Here are the excerpts from the interview:

On the change between wrestlers of this generation and thoughts about the WWE wellness policy:

“It’s not just the wrestling industry that has changed, the world has changed. Unfortunately a lot of that generation paid a very heavy price for it. And it would be very silly for our generation to not learn from their mistakes. Not to mention the WWE wellness policy as well, which I think is a great thing, honestly. It sort of keeps people in check! But at the end of the day I think matches are at a higher level than ever, the quality of talent we have now has never been better, and the work rate has never been higher.”

Current status of his El Generico gimmick:

“There a lot of parallels between my style and his, I suppose, but I never actually met the man. But from what I hear I think he’s still running an orphanage, still fighting the good fight in Mexico. That’s as far as I know.”

You can check out the full interview here.

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