The fans at Extreme Rules chanted down from 10 seconds throughout the entire match. Even when they took the numbers down, the fans booed even louder and chanted, “fix the clock!”

Seth Rollins and Dolph Ziggler did their best to give the fans a match they enjoyed and took plenty of punishment in the process. But Rollins didn’t look happy at all when all was said and done.

It was noted on Wrestling Observer Radio how Rollins didn’t look happy at all during the match and how the fans hijacked the show. It was said they were bored and this is what should be expected when you cap off a 4-hour show with a 30-minute match.

Rollins tweeted out a countdown from 10 as a message to fans. He’s a babyface so it’s probably not a good idea for him to let them know how he really feels. But suffice it to day, Rollins and Ziggler should have been treated better and both guys have a reason to be upset if that’s the case.



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