Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champion Sami Zayn has said his program with The Bloodline is “done, more or less.”
Zayn first tried to curry favor with the faction in 2022 and his angle with the dominant group led by Roman Reigns has been praised by fans.
Sitting down with “Inside The Ropes,” Zayn reflected on the angle and believes his story with The Bloodline is pretty much finished. He said,
“It’s hard to say because sometimes I do these things, I’m like, ‘Well, that was it. I don’t think I’ll do anything better than that. But I’ve been pretty lucky in my career because I had 21 years before I did the Bloodline story, and for as many great things that I had done before, I still got to do something even greater with the Bloodline story. So I don’t know if that’s the only thing I’ll be remembered for. I really don’t know what I’ll be remembered for, and it’s kind of out of my hands, to be honest. But if it is something that is remembered fondly in the years to come, what more can you ask for? That’s wonderful. It was a blast.”
He continued, “Sometimes the hidden laughter, or the clear chemistry between the performers on-screen and all that, it was just kind of a wired lighting-in-a-bottle, perfect stars aligning for these variables to create this thing. So many things went into creating something that just felt a bit special. So it would be very hard to recreate, but it’s done, more or less, and I’m glad I got to do it, and there’s not much more to say than that, other than I hope everybody enjoyed it and remembers it fondly.”
While Zayn is practically finished with The Bloodline, he and Kevin Owens will defend their Tag Team Championships at WWE Night of Champions 2023 against Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa.
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