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'When it comes to Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens, that story is never over'

Last night's (Mar. 7, 2016) episode of Monday Night Raw in Chicago featured the re-debut of Sami Zayn on the main WWE roster. He showed up, of course, to reignite his feud with Kevin Owens, one that has seemingly gone on for as long as the two have been wrestling.

And it's destined to go on forever:"A re-debut is a funny way to put it but yeah, part of what made tonight so special is just the fact that I got to sort of feel like I was picking up where I left off. It's been a really difficult nine months and part of the reason it was so difficult is because sitting on the sidelines is one thing but sitting on the sidelines and watching your enemy, for lack of a better term, in Kevin Owens leapfrog you and go on to be this dominant champion on Raw, and SmackDown, and pay-per-view every month is a very better pill to swallow. God, it felt good getting a little payback tonight.

"Obviously a lot of the fans know about the history of Kevin and I on NXT but it goes way, way, way deeper than that, we're talking 13, 14 years now. We're going to get to see how this story plays out but the one thing I can tell you for sure is that when it comes to Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens, that story is never over."

Rumors suggest a multi-man match for the Intercontinental championship is scheduled for WrestleMania 32 involving these two and up to four others but that won't be the end of this. We may never see the end of it, and that's just fine with us.

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