Sami Zayn has discussed how becoming a full-fledged member of The Bloodline at Survivor Series was one of the greatest nights of his life.
Throughout 2022, The Bloodline group led by the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns has dominated the company. The faction also includes Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos, their younger brother Solo Sikoa, the Special Counsel, Paul Heyman, and as of Survivor Series, Sami Zayn.
At Survivor Series in the Men’s WarGames match, Zayn proved both his loyalty and utility to the group by landing a low blow on his old friend Kevin Owens followed by a Helluva Kick. This allowed Jey Uso to win the match with an Uso Splash. Afterwards, Zayn was fully accepted into the group with hugs all round. Since then, he has also been on the same page with Jey Uso, who had previously refused to accept Zayn.
Speaking on the latest edition of Raw, Sami Zayn named the Survivor Series moment his highlight of 2022.
“The absolute highlight of 2022 for me was this particular night at Survivor Series, at WarGames.”
“When I fully embraced The Bloodline and they fully embraced me in return and I became a full-fledged Uce.
“It was directly responsible for making sure that The Bloodline came out victorious. I mean, if that’s not one of the greatest nights of your life, Dawg-on-it, I don’t know what is.”
Sami Zayn went on to say that 2022 was only the beginning for The Bloodline, and 2023 will cement their dominance.
“The level of dominance that you saw in 2022 from The Bloodline, that was just a small sample of what’s to come. In 2023 there will be no question, there will be no doubt that everyone else are just the twos, and we the ones. Happy holidays.”
— WWE (@WWE) December 27, 2022
H/T to Wrestling Inc. for the above transcription.