Sami Zayn is one of the most talented wrestlers on the WWE main roster but he does not possess the size that Vince McMahon likes. According to the latest WWE rumors, McMahon is still having doubts on Zayn’s potential and a couple of other NXT call ups.
As mentioned in a previous report, the WWE is high on Big Cass and he has been given a big push in the main roster ever since he made his debut with Enzo Amore a day after WrestleMania 32. Cass has gain wins over The Dudley Boyz and he’s been booked as a dominant force.
On the other hand, Zayn has been getting consistent television time but he only feuded with Kevin Owens and for the Intercontinental championship. He has not done anything significant but he’s included in the upcoming Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
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Eric Arrington of Daily Wrestling News noted in his report that McMahon still has negative feelings towards Zayn. It may be due to his size, which is not the typical bodybuilder type that turns on the WWE chairman.
However, the former NXT champion can still impress the boss with his performances by being consistent. His character is an ultimate babyface due and he could be the next ultimate underdog story like Daniel Bryan.
McMahon was also reportedly down with The Vaudevillains but he’s changed his stance on Kevin Owens. KO has been on fire lately on everything he does, from wrestling, promos, segments, interviews, announcing and social media.
Nonetheless, the WWE chairman has restored some faith on Triple H and the NXT developmental system. He was very unhappy with the unsuccessful stints of The Ascension and Tyler Breeze, but he wants Triple H to make call ups for this summer and later in the fall.
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The WWE is scheduled to have a brand extension on July 19 when SmackDown goes live permanently. The company will need all the star power they have and Sami Zayn has the potential to be a big star if given the opportunity.
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