In the last few weeks, the segments that starred Jeff Hardy in that of Friday Night Smackdown have made a lot of talk, with the various angles that saw first the investment of Elias by the car rented by Hardy and then all the others that they followed, with Sheamus blaming the younger of the Hardy brothers, even going so far as to make him do a live urine test, in the last episode of the blue show.
According to the latest rumors that come from America, there may also be Sami Zayn's hand behind all this. Apparently both athletes, Sheamus and Hardy, would accuse each other of having run over Elias, with Sheamus accusing Hardy of still being a drug addict and having therefore driven only the effect of some psychoactive substance and with Hardy who instead accuses in turn, Sheamus wanted to frame him, after listening to some witnesses who wanted the mysterious driver of Hardy's car to have a beard and red hair.
Sami Zayn to make his WWE return
Apparently, according to reports from the well-known overseas site, Ringside News, WWE plans to bring ex Intercontinental champion Sami Zayn to the WWE screens, who could, therefore, turn out to be the mysterious driver who hit Elias.
The description of the man who drove Hardy's car and who first hit The Drifter and then crashed into a tree would also match the former IC champion, with the WWE leadership who would then be thinking about how to be able to bring the Canadian back on his television screens.
According to reports from the well-known overseas website, in fact, some internal sources have revealed to his journalists that the name of Zayn would have reappeared very strongly in the backstage of the blue show in the last few weeks, with his voluntary removal which would be about to end one day other.
We will see if, after Sheamus cleared himself of the incident with Elias, WWE will seize the ball to immediately bring back his former secondary champion, Sami Zayn, then involving him in a feud with the two or with the only Jeff Hardy.
Sami Zayn achieved much success in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) as a two-time PWG World Champion and five-time World Tag Team Champion. He is the only person to have won both of PWG's annual tournaments, the Dynamite Duumvirate Tag Team Title Tournament in 2010 and the Battle of Los Angeles in 2011.
He has also held the ROH World Television Championship and the ROH World Tag Team Championship with Kevin Steen, with whom he later earned the 2010 Feud of the Year award from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. He is also a two-time IWS World Heavyweight Champion for the Montreal-based International Wrestling Syndicate (IWS).