Seth Rollins believes he is on a better run than Roman Reigns

Seth Rollins however has a chance to stake claim to the WWE Undisputed Universal Championship as he will be part of the Money in the Bank ladder match on July 2.

Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns in a file photo. (Image credits: wwe.com)

Seth Rollins is in a different zone right now. The Visionary has been on a tear for over a year and has continuously had great match after great match. His stock has risen very high after WrestleMania 38 where he and Cody Rhodes arguably had a five-star classic for the ages. Both men then went on to have another two matches with their latest one taking place inside Hell in a Cell where Rhodes wrestled with a torn pectoral muscle. Rollins lost all the matches to Cody but his performances in the ring during that time have been nothing short of phenomenal.

A lot of people clearly state that Roman Reigns is the best wrestler in the world right now and that may be true but the fact is Rollins has been showing up each week whereas Roman is now on a lighter schedule and deserves more praise and whether we like it or not, we have to acknowledge how greatly Rollins has been during this run and that too without a title around his waist. Rollins took to Twitter to reiterate that claim and posted this.

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Seth Rollins reacts to Reigns vs Lesnar announcement

While the WWE universe is happy that Brock Lesnar is back, there is one superstar that seemingly isn’t too thrilled about the news and that is none other than Seth Rollins. Rollins appeared to have reacted to the return of Lesnar and to the news of Roman Reigns putting his title on the line against The Beast in a last man standing match at SummerSlam. After SmackDown ended, Seth took to Twitter and posted a facepalm emoji, which can be interpreted that he is not too thrilled with the announcement.

Seth Rollins however has a chance to stake claim to the WWE Undisputed Universal Champion as he will be part of the Money in the Bank ladder match on July 2. Rollins won the Money in the Bank briefcase once before and went on to cash in on Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 31 in what was one of the greatest moments in the history of WWE.




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