WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn has continued with his brilliant humanitarian efforts. Sami is one of the few wrestlers to use his platform and position to make the world a better place. Most recently, he launched a mobile clinic in his home country of Syria.
Zayn is Syrian-Canadian, who had traveled and competed all around the world. He is very open about his Syrian descent, even though he is billed as a Canadian wrestler. He is incredibly popular in his hometown of Quebec.
The #SamiForSyria is a mobile clinic that has been in operation since June 2020. The initiative is a major effort in providing medical assistance to Syrians living in their war-torn country.
Zayn took to Twitter to talk about some facts and figures he received directly from the mobile clinic in Syria. He decided to put the news out there as the information he received is very joyous and positive. “It brought a smile to my face”, said Sami Zayn.
In September 2020, the clinic was able to provide 4,321 medical services, and on an average of 144 services a day. Sami claimed that most of these services were life-saving services. The success of this initiative left him overjoyed.
Zayn thanked the crew and everyone who donated and participated in this collective initiative. He further encouraged and urged people to donate any amount that’s possible at the Sami For Syria website.
The Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS) teamed up with the WWE Intercontinental Champion to begin this initiative. The goal of the initiative is to collect $75,000. This is because payments for medications, fuel, warehouse rent and other operational needs are still pending.
Sami Zayn has been WWE’s kindest superstar. The former NXT Champion has been active with his philanthropy since his days on the Yellow and Gold brand. He has been very vocal about the atrocities in the Middle East.
In spite of the obnoxious character he portrays on WWE SmackDown, Sami Zayn is an absolute star for using his platform so well. His efforts continue as we speak. The mobile clinic will continue providing help to Syrians who desperately need it. What do you make of the WWE Superstar’s initiative?