Sami Zayn reveals his next goals

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Sami Zayn reveals his next goals

Having now become the main attraction of WWE shows, Sami Zayn has rightfully entered the hearts of fans and the Bloodline, tempering various tense situations of the stable thanks to his relentless sympathy and comedy. Still, the Honorary Uce noted that in the absence of him and that of his lifelong friend / foe Kevin Owens, something is missing from WWE TV shows.

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Host to WWE After The Bell with Corey Graves, Sami Zayn talked about various things, focusing on the fact that in his presence and with that of Owens WWE shows benefit a lot: “Yes, but I don't know.

You are right. You are definitely right. But I don't know the answer. I don't know how to articulate it. As one could easily say, it is a passion. There is definitely something, and again, it is one of those things that is very difficult to articulate, but there is something that jumps off the page, I think of both.

And it's not because either of us, especially if you go back 18.19, 20 years from when we were starting together. Neither of us screamed WWE Superstars in terms of physical stature or anything, but you just knew there was something raw there.

There was this feeling, and I still have it now. I don't know if it's ego or if it's pride or whatever. It's this feeling that the show is better with me than it is without me. And every show I go to is better because I'm there.

And if they're not there, something seems to be missing. That's how I think in my head. I'm sure he thinks that up to a certain point." The Honorary Uce then continued: “But I'm not even saying it as a way to move forward.

I feel like Kevin Owens and I bring something to every show, and if we're not there, there's like a little void that only we could have filled. And again, maybe this is delusion, and maybe it's a strong ego. But I think this kind of mentality is really important to some extent.

It is very difficult to explain, identify and say an attribute or a quality, but I think there is this kind of raw passion, for lack of a better word I don't know how to describe it." The Honorary Uce took to Twitter and posted a message that translates to "we belong to Allah, and to Him, we shall return." Sami followed it up with another message asking fans to consider donating to his charity.

"If you’ve enjoyed my work these past few months with #TheBloodline [or are just feeling Ucey] please consider donating to," tweeted Sami Zayn.