Despite his questionable actions, Sami Zayn recently expressed his belief that some good might still be left in a 37-year-old WWE Superstar. In an impressive display at WrestleMania 39 Night 1 in Los Angeles, Kevin Owens, and Sami Zayn defeated The Usos, ending their historic title reign.
After their loss, Roman Reigns coldly turned his back on The Usos, while Paul Heyman hinted that The Tribal Chief is growing tired of the duo.
Zayn's Mixed Feelings on Jey
In an appearance on WWE's The Bump, Zayn acknowledged the unjust treatment Jey Uso has received from Roman Reigns but admitted he finds it hard to feel sympathy for him.
Zayn said, "That is not right what Jey has been through. At the same time, it is hard to feel sorry for him sometimes because he does some pretty horrible things, and then you've got to get even with him." Zayn expressed hope that their continued success against The Bloodline would expose the cracks in the faction, eventually leading to its downfall.
He believes the group must disintegrate. Despite their association with The Bloodline, Zayn claimed some good might still be left in The Usos. Reigns coerced Jey Uso to join the faction at WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 during a controversial I Quit Hell in a Cell match.
Reigns trapped Jimmy Uso in a Guillotine choke, forcing Jey to say "I quit" to save his brother. Since then, The Usos have been subservient to The Tribal Chief. On WWE's The Bump, Zayn was asked if he thought there was any excellent remaining in Jey, and he affirmed his belief that there was.
"Yeah, 100% and I feel the same way even about Jimmy to a certain degree as well. But look, man, it is anything in life like any other friendship or romantic relationship. Sometimes you drift apart, but it is not an on/off switch.
You don't suddenly stop caring about that person overnight, even if they did you wrong, which they have, both Usos have, and Jey repeatedly has," Zayn concluded.