– WWE Superstar Sami Zayn recently spoke with Al Arabiya English about his charity initiative to bring a mobile clinic to Syria. Zayn was originally asking for $48,000 but the charity is closing in on $70,000. During the interview Sami talked about his connection to Syria and how that impacted his life and future WWE Career, check out the highlights below:

“What I think about a lot is that I’m here living my dream as a WWE wrestler. It’s something I always wanted to do. I honestly think about this all the time now—if my parents hadn’t left Syria, maybe I wouldn’t be a WWE Superstar. Maybe I’d be the one that you see on the news. Maybe that’d be my kid in the rubble, and maybe that’d be me floating on a little raft in the Mediterranean.”

– Check out the following video featuring WWE Superstar Samoa Joe plays Madden 18 with Miami Dolphins star Running Back, Jay Ajayi.

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