Wednesday, November 29

Sami Zayn reflects on the end of his story with The Bloodline

WWE Tag Team Champion Sami Zayn looks back on his time with Roman Reigns and Bloodline.

For the past year or so, Sami Zayn has been one of the most popular superstars in WWE. His rise to the top of the mountain came through his history with Roman Reigns and Bloodline; What started out as light-hearted comic relief turned into a complex, emotional saga that made fans incredibly invested in every word.

RELATED: Mia Yim (Michin) looks forward to seeing WWE perform a show in South KoreaAt Wrestlemania 39, Sami Zayn and his best friend Kevin Owens defeated The Usos to become the WWE Undisputed Tag Team Champions. Sami and Kevin have left the Bloodline in the rearview as they go about their championship reign.


Will Sami Zayn ever headline the Bloodline saga?


During an interview with Inside The Ropes, Sami Zayn was asked to give his thoughts on his involvement with Bloodline and its history. Fightful has provided the following transcript:

It’s hard to say because sometimes I do these things and I’m like, ‘Well, that was it. I don’t think it does any better than that. But I’ve been pretty lucky in my career because I was 21 years old before I did the Bloodline story, and for a lot of great things I’d done before, I had yet to do something even bigger with the Bloodline story. So I don’t know if that’s the only thing I’ll be remembered for. I don’t really know what I’ll be remembered for and to be honest, it’s a bit out of my hands. But if it’s something to be fondly remembered for years to come, what more could you ask for? That is wonderful. It was wonderful. Sometimes the hidden laughter, or the clear chemistry between the performers on the screen and all that, was just kind of lighting in a bottle with wires, perfect stars aligning for these variables to create this thing. It took a lot of things to create something that felt a little bit special. So it would be very difficult to recreate, but it’s done, more or less, and I’m glad I did it, and there’s not much more to say, other than I hope you all enjoyed it and remember it fondly.

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