Sami Zayn’s journey from self-proclaimed locker room leader to The Honorary Uce of The Bloodline is nothing short of an extraordinary piece of storytelling. Zayn was at his lowest when he decided to pursue The Bloodline, and the rest is history. At Royal Rumble, The Bloodline imploded with Zayn’s highly anticipated babyface turn. Kevin Nash has been watching this whole time, and he likes what he sees.
WWE Chief Content Officer Triple H officially retired from the in-ring competition last year, symbolically leaving his boots in the middle of the ring at WrestleMania 38. The Game’s work in the creative department has benefitted multiple Superstars and fans, who have forged renewed relationships with the WWE product. He obviously put a lot of work into what is going on with Sami Zayn.
Following a failed effort at Elimination Chamber, Sami Zayn will have another shot at Roman Reigns’ Undisputed WWE Universal Championship on March 4th at the Coca-Cola Coliseum in Toronto, Canada. Considering the dramatic finish to the Elimination Chamber title clash, fans can expect the upcoming bout to have a similar tone.
According to the current theory, Jey Uso will reconcile with The Bloodline, leading to the reunion of Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn on The Road To WrestleMania. Owens and Zayn have been speculated to dethrone The Usos at The Showcase Of Immortals come April.
2-time WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash showered the angle with praise on Kliq This, highlighting Triple H’s passion for the sport and believing that his friend has adapted to the new role efficiently.
“When was the last time WWE storytelling had anything that could touch the emotion with the Sami Zayn situation?” Nash said. “When he first took over and I just said he’s got a blank canvas, I’m really looking forward to seeing what Paul paints, and he f***ing — I mean, I think it’s a work of art.”
After retiring from full-time wrestling in 2016, Triple H transitioned to a backstage role with WWE, serving as an executive vice president and helping to oversee the company’s talent development and recruitment. The Game single-handedly built the NXT brand which now serves as a major platform for up-and-coming wrestlers in the industry.