Seth Rollins recently did an interview with Alex McCarthy of Talk Sport that is slated to be released this Sunday to promote the Money in the Bank pay-per-view event.
At this show, Rollins will challenge Drew McIntyre for the WWE Title in one of the top matches on the card.
McCarthy tweeted out an excerpt from the interview which featured Rollins talking about how he not only wants to face Edge but also feels like he has some unfinished business with the WWE Hall of Famer.
It all dates back to January when they had their first encounter at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view event in Houston, Texas at the Minute Maid Park during the Men’s Royal Rumble Match. This content served as Edge’s first match back since he retired in 2011.
You can see the tweet here:
“He says he wants to face Edge. He feels there’s unfinished business from this year’s Royal Rumble and from when he ‘threatened’ him on RAW. He feels there’s a good story to be told there.”
On a call with Seth Rollins.
He says he wants to face Edge. He feels there's unfinished business from this year's Royal Rumble and from when he 'threatened' him on RAW. He feels there's a good story to be told there.
— Alex McCarthy (@AlexM_talkSPORT) May 7, 2020
Time will tell whether the two stars ever actually have a singles match together.
Edge will be returning to WWE television this Monday night on Raw to continue his feud with Randy Orton despite Edge scoring a win over “The Viper” at WrestleMania 36 in their Last Man Standing Match.