When Survivor Series started, Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens were on different sides of the ring, but there was always a sense that the two were still good friends. In fact, WWE began spreading the rumour prior to Saturday’s high-profile live event that Zayn might be the one to decide where his allegiances lie and if he can trust The Bloodline or not. Roman Reigns continued to press Zayn for evidence that he would be present when it mattered as the War Games main event drew near.
Zayn most certainly was, betraying his best buddy in the process and appearing to be taken into The Bloodline after months of questioning whether he would ever be totally welcome at the table.
It was Zayn who halted the official’s count when Reigns got into difficulty near the finish of the match after taking a Kevin Owens Stunner. When he and Owens got into a fight, Jey Uso attempted a superkick, which gave Zayn the opportunity to strike his friend with a low blow. The Head of the Table shook his head and Zayn delivered a Helluva Kick so that Jey could hit a splash. Zayn displayed some remorse as he looked to Reigns for approval frog splash and secure the win for Team Bloodline.
Zayn Is Part Of The Family
This was a significant moment for Zayn, one he feels good about now but may come to regret later. He has the entire support of The Bloodline, especially Jey Uso, who gave him a hug at the conclusion of the show, but he has turned Kevin Owens against him. Without a doubt, Owens was correct when he predicted that The Bloodline would eventually turn against Zayn. Zayn will go on a date with The Prizefighter in the interim.