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Sami Zayn – “Kevin Owens Is The Worst Kind of Rat”

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WWE Superstar Sami Zayn will be facing Kevin Owens at the Hell In a Cell event this weekend. The former NXT Champions were confirmed for a match following this week’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown.

Sami Zayn would make comments regarding his opponent on Talking Smack, saying that Owens isn’t the ‘family man’ that he claims to be and he is a conspiring ‘rat.’

‘The worst is when you have Kevin Owens, who carries on as the relentless fighting machine [and] fighting family man” Sami Zayn began on the show. “A man that’s fighting to put food on his family’s table.”

Sami Zayn on Kevin Owens

“At the end of the day, he’s the worst kind of rat” Zayn noted. “He is a corporate co-conspirator. There’s nothing lower than that.”

“For everything that Kevin Owens has done to me over the years, this stretch ’” him being part of this conspiracy against me ’” is worse than anything he’s ever done” Zayn would conclude. “At Hell in a Cell, karmic justice will be served.’

Here’s the full card for tonight’s Hell In a Cell PPV event:

  • WWE Championship Hell In a Cell Match: Bobby Lashley (c) vs Drew McIntyre
  • RAW Women’s Championship Match: Rhea Ripley (c) vs Charlotte Flair
  • SmackDown Women’s Championship Hell In a Cell Match: Bianca Belair (c) vs Bayley
  • Alexa Bliss vs Shayna Baszler
  • Cesaro vs Seth Rollins
  • Kevin Owens vs Sami Zayn

This contest is a rematch from their WrestleMania 37 bout, although without the involvement of Logan Paul or fans in attendance this time. Both Zayn and Owens have the ability to put on a stellar performance, so if they’re given the time tonight we could see something special.

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