Mr Money in the Bank Seth Rollins spoke to Mix 106.1 this past week about The Rock's shocking appearance on Monday Night Raw last week, where he approached Rusev and finally managed to silence the Bulgarian Brute and Lana.
He talked about the reaction backstage and said: "I mean there's a little bit of resentment there there's gotta be, but it's mostly envy because we all want to have the level of success that he has. We want to have the ability to walk into a room and um, ya know be as well received as he was," Rollins told Brian Soscia."
"Although, he did take the cheap route I think by um just talking about all the boroughs and wearing his little Brooklyn jacket," Rollins continued. "But that's The Rock, that's how he does his thing."
This comes hot off the news that The Peoples Champion will not be making an appearance at next years WrestleMania, after rumors were developing that he could be facing Triple H after their backstage segment on SmackDown saw the two arguing over who would win on The Grandest Stage of them all.
Massive match ahead
Seth himself was speaking ahead of possibly the biggest match of his career this weekend, as the former Shield member heads inside Hell in a Cell for the first time to face his former tag team partner and brother Dean Ambrose in what is set to be a brutal encounter between the two.
The build up for the match has been a little confusing for many fans as John Cena and Dean Ambrose were set to go one-on-one at this Sunday's Pay-per-view for the opportunity to face Rollins later in the night. Instead Triple H changed his mind and the match happened last Monday night on Raw and Ambrose won the opportunity after The Authority involved themselves in the match.
Cena and Orton ready to face off
John Cena will now face Randy Orton in what has been billed as the Main Event for this year's Hell in a Cell as the two face each other for the 121st time on Sunday, but this has been billed as the match of the night and not the loser of the Ambrose/Cena match, so WWE could have something shocking up their sleeve on Sunday, as a Randy Orton face turn is being rumored.