Seth Rollins & Becky Lynch Parody ‘Joker’ In Hilarious WWE Video

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WWE released the first of their new movie parodies during Elimination Chamber. The trailer is part of WWE’s campaign to promote WrestleMania 39 which this year ‘Goes Hollywood’ for the first time since 2005.

In the clip, which you can view below, Seth Rollins can be seen doing his own version of the infamous ‘Joker dance’ from the acclaimed 2019 movie starring Joaquin Phoenix as the titular character.

Once he has reached the bottom of the stairs, Becky Lynch appeared and asks him what he was doing in a gravelly Batman-like voice. Rollins claimed he was using “interpretive dance” to collect his thoughts because he “can’t stop thinking about WrestleMania”.

The pair then had a back-and-forth before Lynch decided to head to the ‘Mancave’, something Rollins didn’t even know they had.

Earlier in February, WrestleVotes reported that more parodies are set to be released in the coming weeks including The Bloodline’s take on Goodfellas, and The Judgment Day starring in Stranger Things.

Seth Rollins was attacked by Logan Paul at Elimination Chamber

In recent weeks it has been reported that Rollins will take on Logan Paul on the Grandest Stage Of Them All this year, and that possibility seemed all the more likely following the events of Elimination Chamber.

At the show, The Visionary was one of the participants in the United States Championship match inside the eponymous structure. After he hit a Curb Stomp on Montez Ford, he appeared to be closing in on victory with only the champion, Austin Theory remaining.

However, the Curb Stomp had knocked Tez for a loop and he was being checked on by officials at the cage door. This allowed Paul to make a shocking appearance, running past everyone to attack Rollins and give Theory a path to victory which he happily took to retian his title.

The rivalry between Seth Rollins and Logan Paul began at the Royal Rumble when the YouTube star eliminated Rollins from the men’s Rumble match. Rollins later said that he doesn’t like Paul, adding that he doesn’t care about wrestling.

While an official announcement has yet to be made, it has recently been reported that a bout between the pair is “set in stone”.