Sami Zayn started RAW’s 30th Anniversary by winning a trial with the Bloodline in his favor. After Roman Reigns ruled that Zayn is not guilty, he told Zayn that he had to come through tonight and during the Royal Rumble. Little did Sami Zayn realize, but that opportunity to prove himself came sooner than later.

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Jimmy Uso went down with an injury mid-way through the high-stakes match against the Judgment Day. This was a worked injury, but there was a big change for the match in store. Ringside medics came out to lead Jimmy Uso to the back, and then Adam Pearce came out and said that they needed to forfeit the match and their titles.

Sami Zayn stopped Adam Pearce and said, “Jimmy Uso is hurt, but Sami Uso is ready to go.” Pearce said that he did it for Judgment Day, so he allowed it.


Sami Zayn and Jey Uso brought it agasint The Judgment Day, and the Philly crowd popped in a big way. In the end, Jey and Sami hit a 1D on Dominik Mysterio and won the match.

This was a big chance for Sami Zayn to prove himself to the Bloodline. Sadly, Roman Reigns did not seem impressed as he watched on a television from the back. After the match was over, Roman Reigns said he still doesn’t want to see Sami Zayn until the Royal Rumble event.

What’s your take on this situation with Sami Zayn? Sound off in the comments!

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