Seth Rollins and Bray Wyatt had one of the top feuds in WWE back in the day. Theyhad faced each other in a 2019 Hell in a Cell match. Fans had a lot of expectations from the match, but it was all for nothing in the end. Rollins also believes he and Wyatt had a chip on their shoulders. The match remains one of the most-hated matches in recent memory, as the ending simply made no sense. Usually, the Hell in A Cell matches do not have disqualification but this match in particular concluded in a disqualification. This left the fans in utter disappointment.
Seth Rollins opens up on the match
While speaking to Metro.co.uk, Seth Rollins said he believes he and Wyatt had a chip on their shoulders as they were never John Cena:
“One thing he and I always had was a little bit of a chip on our shoulder as far as, we were never the guy. We were never a Cena, we were never a Roman, and so we couldn’t be static. We had to change; we had to evolve to be relevant constantly. There was always some sort of struggle, and there was a bond in that struggle that we always had – I think. ‘We go in separate directions and do different things, but at the end of the day, there’s always a connection there.”
Bray Wyatt has been away from the pro wrestling scene. He was previously released by the company in July last year amid the budget cuts. His last in-ring appearance came at WrestleMania 37 when he lost to Randy Orton. He has been away from pro wrestling for quite some time. It was reported that he had been working on a horror film project along with special effects artist Jason Baker. Wyatt is already planning for a highly-anticipated comeback.
As ‘The Fiend,’ Wyatt was one of the very few supernatural characters to get over with fans. Though he built popularity, there was a feeling within WWE that Wyatt was doing more harm than good. WWE has been accused of stealing gimmick of Wyatt.