Ultimately, though, Sami was able to earn Jey's trust after he helped Bloodline defeat his enemies in WarGames Chamber's Survivor Series.
WWE SmackDown star and former WWE NXT Champion and former three-time WWE United States Champion Sami Zayn recently spoke about his current storyline with Bloodline, revealing that this great story is set to begin in 2021. I made it.
Sami Zayn is currently involved in one of the best stories in WWE. Some fans believe this is the best storyline going on in WWE right now. The story began after WrestleMania 38 when Sami was pushed to join Bloodline and was completely ignored by the stable members. However, he was eventually able to gain the attention of his tribal chief, making him an honorary Sámi a few months later. Slowly, Sami was able to form a good bond with Roman Reigns and Jimmy Uso, especially Jimmy, whom he had a great time with. But there was a problem. Jey Uso didn’t like him. He preferred his family’s blood in the stable, so he wanted to take him out of the lineage. But since Roman Reigns gave him his approval, Jay couldn’t say anything about it.
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Ultimately, though, Sami Zayn was able to earn Jey’s trust after he helped Bloodline defeat his enemies in WarGames Chamber’s Survivor Series. He decided to help Bloodline through his best friend Kevin Owens. Ultimately, he is betrayed by Bloodline, but everyone is waiting for that to happen. It tells the best story of 2022. But if they were seeded in 2021, it’s highly doubtful that it could have worked, even with Vince McMahon at the helm. Former WWE NXT Champion Sami Zayn recently sat down with host Peter Rosenberg on the Cheap Heat podcast to discuss his recent history with Bloodline, and this amazing story is set to begin in 2021. made it clear that he said;
“I don’t want to pull back the curtain too much, but the idea was thrown about a year ago, six months before it was seeded on screen. My first interaction with Bloodline was: I think it was right after WrestleMania, and in fact, the idea was first discussed at Survivor Series last year.
“I did it all with SmackDown, who was the longest-serving locker room manager. I thought there was something interesting about the head of the dressing room and the head of the table. The premise is that the head of the table is gone in the dressing room. “I wasn’t originally going to be a full member of Bloodline, just that Roman and I would be on screen together from time to time to give him a report on what was going on and what to do.” It was like being able to keep an eye on the mast, sometimes things get in my way, and that was kind of the idea.
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