Following The Trial Of Sami Zayn that took place on the 30th anniversary edition of Raw, Roman Reigns has set a “final test” for Zayn at the Royal Rumble.
WWE celebrated 30 years of its flagship show in Philadelphia on Monday night and it did not take long for The Bloodline to make their way to the ring for Roman Reigns to preside over The Trial of Sami Zayn.
Paul Heyman acted as the counsel for the prosecution showing a video of perceived slights by Zayn against Reigns and the rest of the group, including showing a “for life” sign after Survivor Series WarGames and gently brushing past Reigns’ shoulder.
This was enough for Roman Reigns to set Solo Sikoa on Zayn but in a huge twist of fate, Jey Uso – a long-time doubter of Sami Zayn – stopped his younger brother. Uso then showed a video for the defence of the numerous times where Zayn has helped The Bloodline.
Roman Reigns, looking annoyed at the whole thing, issued a verdict of “not guilty…for now” before telling Zayn that he doesn’t want to see him until the Royal Rumble and at that event, he will face a “final test” of his loyalty.
Reigns will defend his Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at the Royal Rumble against Kevin Owens. Sami Zayn’s test could be to help his Tribal Chief retain his gold, or he Honorary Uce could be tasked with giving Reigns a perceived easy night at WrestleMania 39, by winning the Royal Rumble.