Sami Zayn and Roman Reigns briefly shared the same surname on Wikipedia.
Last week’s SmackDown opened with The Bloodline addressing the WWE Universe. At one point, it looked as if Sami Zayn was about to get kicked out of the group after The Tribal Chief Roman Reigns demanded him to take off his Bloodline shirt.
However, it was just so that Reigns could give Zayn a new shirt that said “SZ Honorary Uce.” After months of pestering and bickering with Jey Uso, Zayn officially became a member of The Bloodline.
It was such a big moment for the now Honorary Uce that a fan on Wikipedia even changed his surname to reflect the initiation. A Wikipedia user named “Lone Lim” added Anoa’i to The Great Liberator’s surname on his biography page. The page also briefly listed him as a “Canadian-Samoan.”
🤣🤣🤣 I'm dying over here! Somebody added Anoa'i to Sami Zayn's shoot name on Wikipedia!!! I friggin love pro wrestling. pic.twitter.com/OvyWk3Ppve
— "Doc" Chris Mueller (@BR_Doctor) September 24, 2022
The now Honorary Uce was at ringside when The Usos successfully defended their Undisputed Tag Team Championships against The Brawling Brutes on SmackDown. Before the match, Zayn was confronted by Madcap Moss and Ricochet, who were both attacked by Solo Sikoa backstage. The two have a chance to gain some retribution when they take on Zayn and Sikoa in a tag match on next week’s SmackDown.