NJPW Star Open To Match With Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins executes a Curb Stomp on Finn Balor on WWE Raw 2021

Seth Rollins is currently on one of the best runs of his career. He is extremely popular with the WWE audience, arguably the best in-ring performer in the company and recently become the brand-new WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

So, it is no surprise that he is many wrestlers’ dream opponent and NJPW’s Will Ospreay revealed he would be open to wrestling Rollins in what many fans would consider a dream match.

The former IWGP World Heavyweight Champion was a guest on INIGHT with Chris Van Vliet and was asked who he would face if the “forbidden door” existed across all promotions and without hesitation he answered;

“I think it’s gotta be Seth after like, after our little Twitter thing like we’ve got to, like, it’d be fun. And he is so over right now, You see the crowd like singing the song everything, it’s mad. Yeah, like, especially from like, what? What he was getting like when we had our little thing, and like but like that was a mixture of like, the bad booking and everything along those lines at that time and like now he’s just, it’s crazy. It’s mad.”

Seth Rollins and Will Ospreay Have History Following A Heated Exchange On Social Media

Back in 2019, the two stars had heat with one another after a Twitter conversation got a bit out of hand. The”beef” began when Rollins took to the social media platform to defend WWE during a period when he and the company were receiving some negativity from fans.

Rollins, the WWE universal champion at the time, stood up for his fellow Superstars and the company by stating that the promotion had the “best pro wrestling on the planet.” The statement caught the attention of Ospreay, who claimed he was the best wrestler in the world, which drew a harsh response from Rollins who claimed his bank balance was better than the star of NJPW.

Rollins quickly apologised for his words claiming it was a “dumb” and “trash” thing to do.

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