After assaulting Seth Rollins for picking Jey Uso as next title contender at WWE RAW, Drew McIntyre issues stern warning

In the last episode of Monday Night Raw Seth Rollins, the WWE World Heavyweight Champion made his appearance to ring after the victory in the Men Wargames Match at Survivor Series.

Rollins was interrupted by Drew McIntyre, who was a member of Judgement Day in the Wargames match. McIntyre brutally attacked Rollins with a headbutt, and most recently, he took to social media to convey a message to Rollins.

Drew McIntyre warns Seth Rollins

The Raw after Survivor Series was met with a tremendous response due to the exciting comebacks of Randy Orton and CM Punk. During an episode of The Visionary, Seth Rollins delivered a promo for his upcoming title defense, only to be unexpectedly interrupted by the Scottish Warrior. He then attacked Rollins with a headbutt, causing him to fall down in the ring.

After the attack, McIntyre posted a video of the attack and sent a warning message to Rollins. McIntyre wrote, “You do not throw rocks at a man who’s got a machine gun.”

Rollins announced that he will be defending his world title against Jey Uso next week on Raw. This made McIntyre angry, as he was expecting a rematch for the Championship. After the message, it was clear that McIntyre would come back to next week’s Raw to interfere in the match between Jey Uso and Rollins.

Seth Rollins vs Jey Uso bout details

Jey Uso shocked the WWE Universe when he announced his departure from the most dominant faction, The Bloodline on the September 8, 2023, episode of SmackDown. This decision came after Jimmy Uso, Jey’s twin brother and fellow Bloodline member, betrayed Jey during his Tribal Combat match against Roman Reigns at the Summer Slam 2023.

Jey Uso and Seth Rollins have a significant history in WWE, starting from their days as tag team partners in The Shield. Their rivalry has been characterized by intense battles, both in the ring and behind the scenes, as well as countless tag team matches.

Seth Rollins vs Jey Uso bout details
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Since departing from The Bloodline, Jey Uso has emerged as a prominent babyface on the Raw roster, garnering significant fan support. Well Rollins on the other hand is the World Heavy Weight Champion for almost 6 months and successfully defended his title multiple times.

It would be exciting to see the two babyfaces go head-to-head for the title. One potential issue is that if McIntyre were to be interfered with, it could lead to the match being disqualified and result in Rollins retaining his title. Jey Uso’s upcoming singles title match after 3 months presents a potential opportunity for him to secure his first-ever World Heavyweight championship.


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