Seth Rollins' opponent at WWE Roadblock has been revealed

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Although WWE still have Survivor Series to get done, they are already putting plans into place for Monday Night Raw's next pay-per-view, Roadblock.

It has already been announced that the main event will see Kevin Owens defend his Universal Championship against United States Champion Roman Reigns, but it has now also been revealed that Seth Rollins will take on Chris Jericho.

Despite WWE not even starting the Reigns/Owens feud, the PPG Paints Arena's Facebook page revealed that it would be the main event for the Universal Championship.


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There were rumours going around on the internet that the two would begin a feud, but there had been nothing from WWE officials.

However, with the stadium announcing it on their Facebook page, it now looks like Reigns is set for a return to the title picture.

With Reigns taking on Owens, it left Rollins needing a match for the PPV, and it now seems that he will take on Owens' best mate Jericho.

Rollins and Jericho have been feuding over the past few weeks, along with Owens, and they will now go head-to-head at Roadblock.

Once again, the singles match was revealed on the PPG Paints Arena's Facebook page, with them confirming that it had just been announced.

Both Rollins and Jericho are on Team Raw for the upcoming PPV, but once the dust settles from Raw vs SmackDown LIVE, it will be back to normal for both brands.

Y2J's run with WWE isn't expected to last much longer, with him set to return to Fozzy in order to record their new album.

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