Who Is Sami Zayn’s Wife? All You Need To Know About Ex-Bloodline Member’s Real Family

Sami Zayn finally went off the hinges and displayed a vicious side of himself in front of a cheering SmackDown audience. He ambushed Roman Reigns as he was delivering an in-ring promo and did the unthinkable by spearing his former Tribal Chief. Not only this, but he attempted a chair attack on Reigns that made him retreat from the ring. Fans now want to know about Sami Zayn’s wife and his personal life.

The former Honorary Uce then took the mic and told Roman that he was coming after his WWE Undisputed Universal titles. But as he turned around, The Bloodline’s Solo Sikoa and Jimmy Uso were waiting for him. They launched a ruthless attack on Sami and were about injure him seriously with a chair around his neck.

Right then, Roman stopped them and accepted Zayn’s challenge for a title match at the Elimination Chamber PLE. The Tribal Chief said that he wants to embarrass Zayn in his hometown of Montreal in front of his family. Just like Sami has broken up his Bloodline by alienating Jey Uso.



Sami Zayn Family: What is the name of Sami Zayn’s wife?

Speaking of Sami’s family, his wife is Khadija Farhat, also known as Deeja. The couple are very close to each other and Sami had taken a long time-off from WWE for her. During the pandemic era, his daughter was born and he chose to be with his them at the time. Unlike other superstars, Zayn chooses to keep his family away from the public eye.

Therefore, not much is known about Deeja except a tweet by former WWE interviewer Renee Paquette. The Canadian recalled the amazing time she spent with her fellow Canadians.

Deeja’s account is private, and tweets are protected as well. We should finally get a look at her when she arrives at the Bell Centre, Montreal to support her husband. His long-time best friend Kevin Owens should be there with him as well. After all, he has caused Zayn’s exit from The Bloodline.


Akashdip Singh

WWE Fan by birth, Content writer by choice

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