Sami Zayn undoubtedly has the Midas touch when it comes to any gimmick given to him in WWE. He has managed to elevate himself with every gimmick given to him, especially his current one. Zayn recently revealed that he would be teaching if he wasn’t a wrestler.

Many professional wrestlers experienced career revitalization in 2022, but few can say Sami Zayn did. The former NXT Champion recently talked out about his interests outside WWE in a new interview with Sports Illustrated, and how they would have influenced his career choice if he hadn’t pursued pro wrestling.

I would have gone into teaching and something in the humanities. English teachers were the only ones that didn’t hate me. They were the only ones who saw my potential. Math teachers, they were always fed up with me. Even now, my days are somewhat numbered as an in-ring performer. There is still meaning to me in passing on the knowledge I’ve been able to accrue over the past 20 years now.

Of course, Sami Zayn has the option of becoming a sort of teacher while being with WWE. Tyson Kidd, Jamie Noble, and Jason Jordan are examples of superstars who have transitioned out of the ring and into backstage responsibilities. For the time being, Zayn remains an important member of WWE and The Bloodline faction, along with Solo Sikoa, Jimmy and Jey Uso, Paul Heyman, and their leader Roman Reigns.


Solo Sikoa’s performances show glimpses of Zayn’s future as a coach, as Sikoa has stated that Zayn and The Bloodline are doing everything they can to assist him get the most out of his first main roster matches. Zayn’s next WWE match is set for the pre-Christmas episode of WWE SmackDown. He’ll be rooting for The Usos in their Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship clash with Hit Row.

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