Sami Zayn’s Loyalty Creates Tension And Animosity In The Bloodline Family: “Get Off Me”

Published 01/24/2023, 12:25 AM EST

Sami Zayn had a roller coaster of ride on the 30th anniversary of WWE RAW. The Honorary Uce went from being branded a conspiracist and almost getting kicked off The Bloodline to being saved by Jey Uso and then helping keep the tag team titles in the family. Although Zayn is safe for now, his fate still hangs in the balance. Roman Reigns has said that at Royal Rumble he will have his ultimate test.

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Despite things looking for Zayn, at least for the time being, there seems to be some sort of tension in The Bloodline. After Reigns ordered Solo Sikoa to take out Zayn, Jey Uso ended up saving him. And it now turns out that The Enforcer Sikoa isn’t too happy about it.

Solo Sikoa shares his thoughts after Jey Uso saves Sami Zayn

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During the trial of Sami Zayn, Paul Heyman accused him of betrayal and produced videos that put Zayn’s place in The Bloodline in doubt. And when Zayn said he had no defense, an angry Tribal Chief directed Sikoa to take care of business. But in an ironic twist, Jey Uso grabbed Sikoa’s hand and ended up saving him.

Jey Uso had been one of the vocal voices against Zayn in The Bloodline from the start. However, after Zayn’s actions at Survivor Series: War Games, Jey had a change of heart. He took a liking to him and came to his defense when all seemed lost for the former Intercontinental Champion. Jey Uso showed videos that portrayed Zayn in a positive light and he explained that Zayn had shown “loyalty and love” to The Bloodline.

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But his action of grabbing the hand of Sikoa and stopping him from attacking Zayn hasn’t gone down too well with the group’s silent enforcer. Tweeting a photo of the incident, Solo Sikoa wrote, “Get off me.” It is clear that Sikoa didn’t like Jey stopping him like that.

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This just keeps adding intrigue and excitement to what has been one of the best long-term storylines in WWE for years. Fans have seen Sami Zayn’s initial days in The Bloodline met with skepticism from some members and then his full acceptance as well. And now the recent segment on RAW had several layers to it. Not only it has highlighted tensions between Zayn and Roman Reigns, but now there are hints of animosity or dissension within the family as well.

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With the Royal Rumble event still to come and the road to WrestleMania kicking off, things could get even more compelling in this storyline, with a number of possibilities on the table.

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Sherjeel Malik

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Sherjeel Malik is a WWE writer at Essentially Sports. He has been a passionate Wrestling fan since childhood and his all-time favorites include 'The Hardy Boyz' and Randy Orton. Sherjeel also follows soccer religiously and is a Liverpool fan.

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