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Edge On Seth Rollins – “I Think He Needs His Baby Bottle”

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Edge has had some stern words for Seth Rollins, telling the one-time Monday Night Messiah to stop whining about Edge receiving another title shot against Roman Reigns.

The Rated-R Superstar was responding to Rollins on WWE’s The Bump after the two came face to face on SmackDown recently. Rollins has not been happy that the 2021 men’s Royal Rumble winner is receiving another shot at the WWE Universal Championship after already losing alongside Daniel Bryan in the main event of WrestleMania 37.

Now Edge has had some strong words for Rollins but began by making fun of the Seth Rollins drip:

“Well, you see I saw Seth Rollins on here a little while ago. And he had on a bathrobe and really bad sunglasses. So I thought I’ll get my girl’s Minecraft shades, I’ll get my buffalo-plaid robe. I thought maybe it was required attire. Is that not the case?”

“I think he needs his baby bottle. I mean, man, that is some whining right there. But hey, cool, I appreciate that he thinks that. I do. Personally, I’m not gonna go on a talk show and whine about that. I’m gonna go and take my title shot. There is a difference in mindset. You know, you can sit there and complain all day long or you can do something about it. And, he finally did something about it. He qualified for Money in the Bank. So…win it. And then cash in, and quit complaining. And I just happen to pull off robes better than he does.”

Fans are salivating at the prospect of Rollins and the WWE Hall Of Famer clashing one one one in the ring. The pair’s rivalry dates back to 2014 when Rollins used Edge as a pawn to get John Cena to reinstate The Authority – Stephanie McMahon and Triple H – as the power in WWE. Rollins threatened to curb stomp Edge, who at the time was retired due to a serious neck injury, on his Money In The Bank briefcase. As Edge told Rollins recently on SmackDown, he hasn’t forgotten about his past run-in with Rollins.

Credit: WWE’s The Bump

h/t Sportskeeda for the transcription