It is quite known that two big WWE superstars of the caliber of Matt Riddle and Seth Rollins have never been on good terms and indeed the situation has become quite tense on several occasions. Rumors claim that this diatribe was born after some inelegant comments by Riddle's wife about some female wrestlers on the roster and among these was Becky Lynch, wife of Seth Rollins.
The two have never really faced each other and the fact that they are on different rosters has helped that, but now finally the public will be able to see them again in the same ring. During the last episode of Friday Night Smackdown, Seth Rollins beat Cesaro and conquered one of the last qualifying places for the Money in the Bank Ladder Match and joined Matt Riddle among others.
Matt Riddle's words about Seth Rollins
During a recent interview The Original Bro released with TalkSport's Alex McCarthy, Riddle discussed the rivalry between him and Seth Rollins and this alleged real-life 'hatred' between the two: "We talked and clarified.
I said the following words to him from the start, exactly 'Hey man, I don't agree with what was said. I didn't intervene initially because I thought it was bullshit, but it's not cool. I just want you to know that I apologize and I apologize to her too.
You are a great wrestler and I would love to work with you. I know you are busy between Becky and your son and I wish you the best of luck, best wishes to you and your woman and your beautiful baby ' He gasped and told me that after all the rumors about me he didn't expect it, but he thinks it's great.
Thank you 'This is how our conversation ended." Fans couldn't wait to see Money in the Bank and Matt Riddle and Seth Rollins in the same ring. Ahead of that match, Riddle appeared on WWE's The Bump to discuss RK-Bro and his spot on Sunday's Money in the Bank Ladder match.
When asked if he should continue to trust Randy Orton given his less than trustworthy past, Riddle dismissed such a notion and said people don't see the big picture. "You know, I think the big thing is most people give up on relationships pretty early; they don't stay committed," Riddle said.
"With me and Randy is through thick and thin, you know he's gonna have a couple of bad days, maybe a couple of bad weeks. Hey, I might have a couple of bad days and be down on my luck. I'm there to pick him up."