Sami Zayn Calls Out WWE for Snubbing Him in SmackDown’s Graphic

Current WWE Intercontinental Champion Sami Zayn is unhappy with WWE for their recent tweet. In case you didn’t know, WWE SmackDown will be airing on FS1 this week instead of FOX. 

WWE posted a tweet reminding the fans about the aforementioned change for this week and they also included an image of the blue brand’s roster. 

The graphic included Universal Champion Roman Reigns, SmackDown Women’s Champion Bailey, and SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Street Profits. But Sami Zayn was missing from the picture.

Zayn took it to Twitter and sarcastically tweeted: “Great pic of all the champions on Smackdown!”

It isn’t the first time WWE has snubbed Zayn. The company also didn’t include him in SmackDown’s season premier’s advertisement, even though he’s a champion. 

People think WWE is this international media giant whose goal is to not only turn massive profits, but to bring joy to millions of fans worldwide. And while that is all true, it’s actually secondary to it’s main objective, which is to disrespect Sami Zayn every chance they get.

It seems like WWE doesn’t want to acknowledge Zayn’s title reign and this might be hinting towards a possible title change soon.