Seth Rollins has teased a match with Roman Reigns for after SummerSlam, noting that he will definitely clash with the Tribal Chief again down the road.
Speaking with the Hindustan Times, Rollins argued that his rivalries with Reigns have always been ‘big business’.
Noting that he has a lot of unfinished business with his former Shield tag partner, Rollins said:
“I live inside his head (Reigns) rent free. So whether or not he’s champion after SummerSlam, there is definitely going to be another Rollins-Reigns match down the road. We have a lot of unfinished business, but most importantly, anytime you see Rollins versus Reigns on the marquee.
“You know there’s gonna be money involved, you know it’s gonna be big business. So when we get back to it, it’s gonna be huge, it always will. This industry, this generation (has been) ours for the last ten years now.”
Rollins and Reigns last went one-on-one on TV at Royal Rumble in January. Rollins won the Universal Title match via disqualification, so Reigns walked out with the gold.
Reigns went on to unify the Universal and WWE championships at WrestleMania 38, defeating Brock Lesnar in a title vs title contest.
The Tribal Chief will defend the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship against Lesnar in a Last Man Standing match at SummerSlam. Rollins is scheduled to face Riddle at the July 30 event.