In the wonderful world of the WWE, the best wrestler in the company isn't always the man at the top.
Of course, AJ Styles is a man that could challenge that notion over on SmackDown Live, but on Raw, Roman Reigns sits atop of the brand with his 'brother' Seth Rollins serving as the Intercontinental champion.
Many fans believe that Rollins is the best wrestler in the world right now. Not just in WWE - the world.
While The Shield are currently locked in a feud with the Dogs of War - Braun Strowman, Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler - it's hard to tell how the road to WrestleMania looks for the Hounds of Justice.
Will Rollins remain the Intercontinental champion by the time the WWE his New Jersey for WrestleMania 35? Could he win the Royal Rumble in January?
Normally, rumours are already circulating about matches that will take place at WrestleMania next year, but, with the exception of The Rock Vs Roman Reigns, there has been no whispers as of yet.
Rollins was asked by WrestleZone who he would like to face who isn;t currently signed with the WWE, and The Architect said: "I would like to face Kenny Omega. I am the best wrestler in the world, and would like to prove that.”
But a tweet from Kenny Omega in response to Rollins has really got the people talking.
Omega is the current IWGP heavyweight champion over in New Japan Pro Wrestling, but many reports have suggested lately that plenty of top stars, including the Bullet Club, are not happy with the Japanese promotion's new management.
With their contracts up in the New Year, it's actually plausible that they could make the jump to WWE and Omega could step out on the grand stage of WrestleMania.
A lot of things would have to fall into place for this to happen and it's not like Omega and co. haven't teased the fans before, but it also feels like the timing is lining up, too.
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