3 merits and 1 demerit of AJ Styles vs Sami Zayn/Kevin Owens
The good, the bad and the ugly of an interesting rivalry
The major question of who would challenge AJ Styles next was finally answered last week, with a confusing stipulation to a World title match announced. Daniel Bryan's decision to make AJ Styles defend his title in a handicap match was met with mixed reactions from the WWE Universe.
The ongoing storyline of KO and Sami revolting against the new "Authority" has been a decent and intriguing angle. No one still knows what the endgame of this feud will be, and hence it has received praise for its tightly woven complexity.
We look at this feud involving some of the best talents on Smackdown Live.
Merit #1: The Underdog from the Underground finally gets his opportunity
Sami Zayn's inconsistent booking, despite his spectacular performances, have angered the WWE Universe for quite some time now. His heel turn was met with a huge surprise reaction by the fans, and many doubted his ability to make it work.
However, Sami Zayn has shown terrific versatility, playing the dorky heel to perfection. His team-up with Kevin Owens has led to him pinning the WWE Champion and receiving a shot at the most prestigious title.
Sami Zayn is finally getting his due and we could not be happier.