Seth Rollins Breaks Silence Following Hell In A Cell Main Event


Seth Rollins has broken his silence in the wake of his Hell in a Cell main event against 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt.

WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins has broken his silence following the backlash to his main event matchup at Hell in a Cell. Rollins took to Twitter, writing:

“Survive and Prevail is bigger than just what happens between the ropes. Question everything, even yourself, and fight your heart out every step of the way. #sethrollinsisnotcool”

Rollins successfully defended his Universal Championship against ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt at this past Sunday’s WWE pay-per-view. The finish of their match received an immediate negative reaction from fans, including those watching live inside the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California. Fans vocally expressed their frustration with chants of “AEW,” referencing TNT’s All Elite Wrestling, and “Refunds.”

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The referee would officially call off the match, leading to confusion from fans who initially thought Rollins had been disqualified. Hell in a Cell famously has a no disqualifications rule in effect. The finish came after Rollins use of a sledgehammer. This came after extensive use of weapons including a ladder, chairs, a toolbox and even an oversized mallet.

After the match, while making his way to the backstage area, Rollins stopped as a fan berated him. His use of the hashtag “sethrollinsisnotcool” is in reference to the sign the fan was holding at the time.