Seth Rollins Makes Massive Offer to Former Shield Brother Jon Moxley in Troubling News for AEW

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There is rarely a WWE fan who doesn’t remember The Shield. The pack of alphas ensured to dominate the ring, regardless of how young they were or how many enemies they made. These young men were Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, and Roman Reigns.

Out of the three men, only Ambrose has left the company. He went over to AEW and started working as Jon Moxley, and made quite the name for himself.

However, it seems that Seth Rollins is yearning to work with Moxley one more time before bidding farewell to his former faction member! While answering fan questions as a part of the WrestleMania panel, The Drip God revealed you can never say never in WWE!

“To quote a famous Deadman, ‘Never say never, baby.’ Who knows? Mox is doing his thing. Blackpool Combat Club or whatever, running wild over there and doing his deal. He’s a wild animal, man. You never know what’s gonna happen.”

 

Additionally, Seth Rollins hoped that the fans had not seen the last of Dean Ambrose and him in the ring.

Seth Rollins and Jon Moxley had different experiences during WrestleMania 38 week

First, let’s discuss Seth Rollins’ WrestleMania 38 time.

He wanted to be a part of WrestleMania 38 desperately. Therefore, Vince McMahon granted his wish but chose the opponent himself. At WrestleMania 38, Cody Rhodes came out to the arena, revealing himself as Rollins’ opponent.

Unfortunately, no matter how hard The Drip God tried, he couldn’t overpower The American Nightmare. Rhodes secured the victory over Rollins at WrestleMania 38.

On the other hand, Jox Moxley went up against former WWE Superstar Biff Busick in a blood-filled match at Bloodsport 8.

It was one of the brutal matches of the night, and it was quite the sight for the fans. In the final moments, Moxley executed a running knee strike on Busick for the victory.

Moxley was representing The Blackpool Combat Club (which Rollins mentioned). This group is made of Moxley, Bryan Danielson, and William Regal – all of whom are former WWE Superstars and employees.

It seems like Seth Rollins might be a tad bit jealous that Moxley has formed another faction at another promotion which is doing well! He just wants his brother back on his side.


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