Sami Zayn has admitted he’d love to get involved in a popular British TV show – even if he would need to learn some new skills before he did!
The Great British Bake-Off has become a television institution not only in the United Kingdom, but is also known around the world. The show is currently in its 13th series, with contestants being set different challenges each week in an effort to become Star Baker.
In an interview with Metro.co.uk, Sami Zayn has once again made clear his desire to appear on the show, and knows what he’d get up to if he was involved.
I know there’s a new season going on right now, but I haven’t seen any of it yet because it’s on American Netflix, I’m in Canada at the moment. So no spoilers! But one day, one day I’ll get on there. Me and Noel [Fielding] will hang out, crack a few jokes. Paul [Hollywood] can judge my sub-par vegan banana bread or whatever it is. One of these days!
Continuing on, Zayn admitted that the fact he’s vegan may cause him some difficulty, as well as the fact he would need to put in some practice baking in general.
I’d have to practice a little bit! Also, being vegan I guess I’d have to wonder if I could use dairy products, or if I would use dairy products. I don’t know – it would be very interesting. I know they do a vegan week sometimes, but it’s few and far between. Anywho, I’d have to practice a little bit because I haven’t baked very much – ever, actually. But still, it’d be awesome!
Sami Zayn was speaking to The Metro ahead of the upcoming UK tour, which will see him feature alongside The Bloodline. Zayn admitted that he feels that he’s able to offer a little bit of everything at the moment, which is one of his favorite parts of wrestling.
It’s a really, really exciting time for me and I’m very thankful that I’m in a pretty good position at the moment to enjoy it all. Fingers crossed we do this forever. I personally like a bit of a smorgasbord, so to speak. I like to offer a little bit of everything, when I can. I like to offer a little bit of comedy, a little bit of emotion, quality action – I just think that’s when wrestling’s at its best, actually.
Having recently been made an Honorary Uce by The Bloodline, Sami Zayn has rated the segment where he was accepted by the group as one of the best he’s been a part of in wrestling.