Sami Zayn Found Not Guilty At Tribal Court On 1/23 WWE Raw, Set To Undergo Final Test At Royal Rumble

Sami Zayn's fate has been decided.

After weeks of screw-ups from the 'Honorary Uce' Sami Zayn, The Bloodline came together on the January 23, 2023 edition of WWE Raw to hold a Tribal Court for Zayn. All of the current members of The Bloodline attended, including WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, Jimmy & Jey Uso, Solo Sikoa, and Paul Heyman.

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The court started with Heyman getting straight to the point, noting that Zayn is a dead man and that he is guilty. Heyman went on to give multiple examples of Zayn being involved in a conspiracy from day one before turning the microphone over to Zayn.

Zayn quickly responded by saying that Heyman's allegations hurt him deeply, noting that the fans see the true passion that he has for The Bloodline. Zayn ended his portion of the promo by saying that he has no defense against Heyman's allegations.

Reigns was quick to grab the microphone and berate Zayn, saying that he let him into his family for nothing. After instructing Solo Sikoa to attack Zayn, Reigns slammed the microphone down on the table.

Before Sikoa could attack Zayn, Jey Uso prevented him from doing so. Uso went on to show his own defense of all of the times that Zayn has helped out The Bloodline in the past.

After seeing Jey's video, Roman Reigns declared that Zayn was not guilty, for now. Reigns went on to tell Zayn that he didn't wanna see him until the Royal Rumble pay-per-view on Saturday, where he would have one final test for him.

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