Samoa Joe marks arrival in the WWE with stunning NXT appearance

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After weeks of rumors, the Samoan Submission Machine has finally come to the WWE.

At NXT Take Over: Unstoppable, Samoa Joe may have possibly saved the career of Sami Zayn from the wrath of Kevin Ovens as he made a stunning debut appearance in the company.

Timely arrival

Zayn had quite possibly the best match of his entire career until Owens delivered a pop up power bomb to Zayn on the outside of the ring to the ring apron.

The referee and other refs on hand, as well as a couple of ringside physicians, came to tend to Zayn, but were repeatedly interrupted by Owens punching and kicking him.

This continued for several minutes until music came over the loud speaker, followed by an explosion of cheers from the jam-packed Full Sail University crowd as the multiple times TNA World Heavyweight and X-Division Champion, Samoa Joe entered the arena.

The two men were nose-to-nose ready at any given second to exchange blows, but Owens wanted no part of it with Joe and tried to flee.

But the Samoan Submission Machine was having none of that and followed Owens. Owens would eventually leave the ring and head up the aisle. Nevertheless, it looks like Kevin Owens has a lot more than John Cena and Sami Zayn to worry about now. The NXT Universe has officially become more intensely interesting.

What next?

What will happen in Kevin Owens’ match at Elimination Chamber? How will his focus be then?

During the match, it appeared he was more focused on his upcoming match against Cena and nearly dropped the ball against a very focused, very emotionally driven Sami Zayn. And now we have Samoa Joe. How will his emergence affect the NXT?

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