Prior to tonight’s WWE SmackDown taping in Biloxi, Mississippi, Sami was involved in the following match.
The dark match in between tonight’s Main Event and SmackDown tapings saw Adrian Neville and Sami Zayn defeat The Ascension when Neville hit Red Arrow on Viktor while Konnor was outside of the ring. Neville and Zayn got a big pop after the match.
Titus O’Neil pinned Sami Zayn clean. The story of Zayn coming up short continues. Titus was going to attack Zayn more after the match but Adrian Neville made the save. Zayn expressed frustration in Neville for showing up. The show will likely go off air here, but the segment continued for the crowd with Tyson Kidd and Tyler Breeze coming out, but Kidd left Breeze to take a beating from Neville and Zayn.
Adrian Neville retained the NXT Championship over Tyson Kidd. This was Kidd’s last opportunity at the title while Neville is champion. Titus O’Neil tried to interfere but ate a Helluva Kick from Sami Zayn for his efforts. After the match, Adrian Neville was frustrated that Sami Zayn got involved in the match. The crowd is turning on Neville big time.
The show opened with Titus O’Neil cutting a heel promo on the crowd and proclaiming NXT to be NXTitus. Sami Zayn interrupted Titus and wanted to wrestle him. Adrian Neville came out and said he wanted to face Titus because he’s the champion. Tyson Kidd came out and it was settled that the main event of the show would be a tag match with Neville and Zayn facing Kidd and O’Neil.
Tyson Kidd and Titus O’Neil beat Adrian Neville and Sami Zayn. There was a lot of one upmanship between Zayn and Neville throughout the match. Kidd scored the pin on Neville after Titus knocked him off the top turnbuckle while the ref was distracted trying to keep Zayn out of the ring.
With NXT TakeOver: Fatal 4-Way over and done, WWE.com have posted a new poll asking “Did Adrian Neville betray Sami Zayn at NXT TakeOver?”. Currently, we have 67% saying no and 33% saying yes. What is your opinion? Go ahead and use the link below to cast your vote.
Name: Rami Sebei Ring name: Sami Zayn Formerly: El Generico Born: July 12, 1984 Height/Weight: 6'0" - 193lbs Hometown: Montreal Debut: 2002
A Canadian-born Superstar of Syrian descent, Sami Zayn is no stranger to the world of sports-entertainment. Having competed in a staggering 29 countries before arriving on NXT, Zayn brings with him an experience level matched by few. Zayn is known for approaching situations with a lighthearted, fun-loving attitude, but opponents need not underestimate his intensity. » More?
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