Sami Zayn has become one of the hottest acts on WWE television programming. Zayn’s character work, charisma and connection with the WWE Universe has been unmatched. Moreover, a footage has emerged proving that former Conspiracy Theorist has been ‘Ucey’ since the very beginning.

Sami Zayn debuted in the WWE in 2014, back in NXT. He worked up his way on the main roster to cement himself as a major attraction. However, his ongoing run as the ‘Honorary Uce’ of the dominant faction, The Bloodline led by the Tribal Chief Roman Reigns has been considered as the most successful phase of his career.

WWE on BT Sport’s official Twitter account posted throwback video proving that Sami Zayn was Ucey since the very beginning of his time in WWE. The clip is from a 2014 episode of WWE NXT, which shows Sami Zayn dancing and celebrating with the Usos after their win over the Ascension, long before the Bloodline faction came into existence.

@SamiZayn has always been down since Day One @WWEUsos.


Jey Uso, one of the members of the Bloodline, has not been very happy with Sami Zayn’s association with his family’s stable, making it evident that he was not happy with Zayn’s induction into the group. Fans believed that the former WWE Intercontinental Champion has been able to retain his spot in the Bloodline due to being in the good graces of Roman Reigns. However, a new footage seems to squash all those speculations.

While nothing is official at the moment, Sami Zayn will most likely be a part of the Men’s War Games match at the upcoming WWE Survivor Series, as part of the Bloodline squad to battle The Brawling Brutes (Sheamus, Ridge Holland and Butch), Drew McIntyre and a part of their partner with the seeds for the match planted on this week’s edition of SmackDown.

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