Everyone remembers when Chris Jericho defeated Steve Austin and The Rock to win the first-ever Undisputed world title, right?
Of course, they do. No one had ever beaten the pair of them - two of the biggest names the industry has ever seen - in one night and it's fair to say only a handful of men would have victories over both of both men - period.
That was back in late 2001. Seth Rollins achieved the modern-day version of that feat when he bested both Roman Reigns and John Cena on Monday Night Raw during the seven-man gauntlet match.
Rollins would then exit the contest after well over an hour thanks to Elias, who gradually wore him down. But it was still a remarkable performance from the Architect of the Shield.
Vince McMahon was the brains behind the match according to reports and it served as an appetiser for the seven-man Elimination Chamber match this Sunday.
Still, beating Cena and Reigns - clean, too - is no small feat and there must have been a reason why they did it. According to NoDQ.com, they know why.
"Regarding WWE booking Seth Rollins so strongly during this week's RAW gauntlet match, the belief is that Rollins will be feuding with Roman Reigns after Wrestlemania 34. With a lack of top heels on the RAW brand, there is speculation that WWE will either turn Rollins heel or switch Rollins to Smackdown Live and bring a top Smackdown star over to RAW to feud with Reigns."
Rollins has been confined to the tag-team division for the best part of the last eight months and although he has enjoyed reigns with Dean Ambrose and Jason Jordan - as well as taking part in a brief Shield reunion - many fans have clamoured for the heel Rollins that dominated Monday nights once upon a time.
It seems like they may get their wish, but with Rollins now picking up the best steam he has ever gotten as a babyface, would it be the right time to make the switch?
Plus, should he really turn on Reigns yet again? That would make a future Shield reunion pretty hard to swallow.
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