It’s no big secret that WWE has gone through some major changes over the last few years as Vince McMahon is no longer running things. Triple H is in charge of creative now and he’s doing things his way.

Sami Zayn has seemingly benefited from Triple H being in charge as Zayn has had some big moments over the last few years. During a recent interview with Daily Mail, Sami Zayn commented on the differences between how Triple H and Vince McMahon perceive him, and he also talked a little bit about whether or not there’s a chance he could win a world championship.

“Here’s how I see it. I think Hunter sees me differently from how Vince saw me, especially as a good guy. I think Vince saw me much more as a bad guy, for a number of reasons. He saw my irksome qualities that he thought lent itself to being an irksome character.

Having said that, I think things were a lot more unpredictable because of the nature of Vince’s week to week, kind of approach, that sometimes the marble would just fall in the right hole, and now you’re champion, whereas with Hunter, I think it’s much more he has longer-term vision, and if you’re not part of that vision, then the chances of breaking into that vision are much, much slimmer.”

“It’s kind of a double edged sword. He might see me in a way that lends itself more to being in that mix and possibly winning it. But on the other hand, I could have just slipped on a banana peel and won the world title.

I just do my best. I just give the best performances I can give, I try to perform with as much emotion as possible and tell the best stories I can tell. And I hope that that eventually gets me there.”

Zayn also noted that he believes he’s had an amazing career regardless of whether or not he wins the world title when he said, “I’d like to win the world title once before I call it a day, there’s no question, but I don’t live and die by that. It’d be great, and I really appreciate people saying they’d love to see it. I’d love to see it too, and I hope it happens, but if it doesn’t, thank you just the same, because it’s been amazing.”