|SAMI ZAYN FEATURES|
Adrian Neville and Sami Zayn react to Tyson Kidd and Justin Gabriel's attack on Sami
Sami Zayn and Adrian Neville are dynamic forces on WWE NXT. The athletic developmental competitors make the most
of their matches with high-flying maneuvers mixed with incredible cutting-edge wrestling, never producing a bad encounter.
You would think with their endless line of superb wrestling performances, they would have been promoted to WWE's primary
roster by now. But that hasn't happened for a reason, and it's not because they do a bad job or someone important in the
company doesn't like them.
With WWE NXT airing on the WWE Network, company officials want to keep it a "must-watch" show and as the two
most popular and talented active stars, are much too vital. Simply said, they are more beneficial to WWE in developmental
than they would be on Raw and SmackDown at this time. Their removal from NXT would be a
tremendous hit to the quality of the program.
They will likely be promoted to the main roster, but not at least until WWE's heavily hyped signings of Kenta, Prince
Devitt and Kevin Steen are ingrained on WWE NXT and/or fellow developmental talent step up and show great
improvement. It will likely take at least a few more months for any of that to occur.
Both Zayn and Neville are said to be frustrated with their current status since both competitors have wrestled for over a
decade and feel they have proven what it takes to make it in WWE. Their frustration isn't frowned upon though, it's seen as more of
a "they're hungry for opportunities and success."
Zayn and Neville are respected backstage, as well as popular. Expect both wrestlers to receive a fair shake since Paul
"Triple H" Levesque, WWE's Executive Vice President, Talent, Live Events and Creative, is high on both individuals.