Sami Zayn and Johnny Knoxville were involved in contentious feud that resulted in a notable encounter at WrestleMania 38 last year. Sami encountered a lot of challenges before the battle took place, including being asked to leave a red-carpet premiere and having Knoxville reveal his phone number to the public. The Jackass star’s former adversary, and member of The Bloodline, Sami Zayn was recently the target of the Hollywood veteran’s criticism once again.

At WrestleMania 38, Johnny Knoxville and Sami Zayn engaged in a no-holds-barred contest, with the Jackass actor winning in exhilarating fashion. Even though their conflict ended months ago, Knoxville rarely passes up an opportunity to criticize the former champion.

The most recent instance of this trolling from Johnny Knoxville was found in the remarks section of a recent Instagram post by The Honorary Uce. Zayn posted a photo from a live concert with The Usos and Solo Sikoa, two members of his Bloodline stable. Sami Zayn’s caption was stolen by Johnny Knoxville, although he added the phrase “you suck” at the end.

It remains to be seen if this leads to another match between the two in the future because Knoxville won’t quit relentlessly mocking Sami Zayn. It should be noted, although Zayn’s membership in The Bloodline has only benefited the stable, it is obvious that his time in the group is coming to a crossroads.


On the upcoming SmackDown episode, Sami Zayn will compete against Kevin Owens in singles action. If Zayn fails this time, it might be the beginning of the end for his tenure in the stable under Roman Reigns. Stay tuned to Ringside News for more.

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