The former Universal Champion Seth Rollins has usually seen saying derogatory things about ‘Beast Incarnate’ Brock Lesnar but this time in an exclusive interview with ‘The Independent’ WWE’s Slayer extolled the in-ring abilities of arch-rival out of all the blues. During his interview the 33-year-old American said, “for a guy who has been through what he’s been through in his life; from his teenage years and collegiate wrestling, his WWE schedule and UFC schedule, he’s a competitor”.
The rivalry between the two super-talented wrestlers began when Rollins outclassed 29 other Superstars in the Royal Rumble match in January just to set up a one-on-one battle with Brock Lesnar in WrestleMania 35. Despite putting his best efforts Lesnar lost that match to former Shield holder which resulted in building their destructive storyline in the company. After that Rollins became the favourite target for Lesnar and he didn’t spare even a single chance to insult him in the ring. As a result, he even won the Money in the Bank briefcase to challenge Seth Rollins to cash-in his contract.
Last week at the grand stage of Extreme Rules 2019, both the renowned wrestlers faced each other one more time in the Universal Championship. In that match, Rollins was not even prepared for Brock Lesnar and as usual, he suddenly ambushed the giant and became new Universal Champion of WWE. The Beast finally cash-in his Money in the Bank briefcase against Seth Rollins at the grand event. In order to return the favour back and fix another match with Brock Lesnar, Rollins then take on Randy Orton in 10-Man Battle Royal this week after the Extreme Rules 2019. He knocked down the legendary wrestler and marked his name as the No. 1 contender for Brock Lesnar in upcoming SummerSlam event
The powerful giant Rollins will battle against new Universal Champion Brock Lesnar at the grand stage of SummerSlam 2019 in order to retain his title. The glitzy event is scheduled to be held in Canada on August 11th. It will be interesting to see whether Lesnar continues his dominance against his long-time rival or Rollins will grab his belt once again.