Seth Rollins has fired a shot at AEW, calling them a 'minor league' promotion when he was recently asked about having a possible match with Kenny Omega in the future.
Since the creation of AEW, many wrestling fans have viewed the wrestling promotion as the first viable alternative to WWE since the days of WCW during the 1990s.
Due to the competitiveness already shown between the two brands, there's unlikely to be any crossover matches anytime soon, but Seth Rollins has expressed an interest in facing Kenny Omega.
At the recent Fandemic Tour convention, Rollins commented on possibly facing Omega in a match. He said it would happen once 'Kenny is done playing in the minor leagues'.
The Beastslayer also said he wants a match vs The Cleaner to happen on WWE's grandest stage, WrestleMania.
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He said, via NoDQ: "When Kenny is done playing in the minor leagues over there, Kenny came come and work at the absolute top professional wrestling company in the world in front of the most people and make the most money and have the biggest matches which is with me at WrestleMania."
Oh, snap! Rollins has no chill.
AEW may be beating NXT in the first two weeks of the Wednesday Night Wars, but their TV ratings aren't coming anywhere near what WWE's Raw and SmackDown shows are producing.
The only way fans may be able to see this match happen anytime soon is if they create it themselves on WWE 2K.
Being an Executive Vice President of AEW, Omega is unlikely to leave the company anytime soon, and Rollins is one of the top stars in WWE, so he's unlikely to switch promotions as well.
In fact, The Cleaner is currently involved in a feud with Rollins' former Sheild brother, Jon Moxley, who formerly known as Dean Ambrose. The two will have a match at AEW Full Gear next month.
Meanwhile, Rollins will be defending his Universal Championship at Crown Jewel on October 31 vs 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt in a Falls Count Anywhere match that cannot be stopped for any reason.News Now - Sport News