Sami Zayn has been part of WWE for well over 8 years now and has had several solid matches in that time period. His ability to master anything handed to him has helped him earned the trust of WWE.

The Bloodline has become the most dominant faction in the entire company. For a long time now, Sami Zayn is now on a mission to be part of The Bloodline as well. He is now considered an Honorary Uce by the faction.

Jey Uso wasn’t too happy about that and continues to have a lot of trouble with Zayn. Despite this, Zayn has made it clear that he will remain a true part of the Bloodline.

For many fans, Sami Zayn’s current role has become the best thing about Friday Night Smackdown as well. While speaking on WWE’s The Bump, Sami Zayn made it clear that he finds the tension between himself and Jey Uso quite weird.


“It’s getting kinda weird with Jey, because we used to get along great. I’ve known them [The Usos] for 10 years; we’ve always got along like peas in a pod. But this time around things are a little different, he [Jey] is a little different…. In the last 9 or 10 years, whatever it is, I’ve never known him to be like this, so snappy and so angry.

There is one thing though, that people fail to acknowledge with Jey. If you watch during the matches; when I’m out for his matches and he’s out during mine, we are kinda on the same page more often than not. Because when it comes to actually taking care of The Bloodline business, that’s what kinda brings us together.

WWE could also have huge plans for Sami Zayn in the future. We will have to wait and see how his storyline will play out in the coming months.

What’s your take on how the Bloodline story will end? Sound off in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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