Seth Rollins is one of the top WWE Superstars in the company and has had a tremendous career so far, winning multiple world titles and more. His current gimmick sees him as The Messiah, a very annoying and obnoxious heel character and has certainly managed to get under the skin of many. Seth Rollins’ wife Becky Lynch has not been seen on WWE television since May of last year. Rollins and Lynch were partnered up in the past, but he apparently sees more chemistry with another female on the roster.

While speaking to Sports Media with Richard Deitsch, Seth Rollins claimed that he had better chemistry with Bayley than he did with Becky Lynch. His character meshed much better with Bayley than it did with The Man.

“Even pre-trip Drip God, Visionary, Monday Night Messiah; it didn’t work. Her character (Lynch) is a loner. She doesn’t need anybody. To see that character in a relationship doesn’t feel good. It never felt good. Especially now, I don’t know what it would look like. Seth Rollins and Bayley characters, their synergy was perfect and it made perfect sense for them to be in the ring together and do a promo together. (Becky’s) character is not built for a number two, it’s really not. There’s no harm in it, but I don’t think we need to touch on it ever again.”

Seth Rollins is currently set to square off against Edge at the WWE SummerSlam pay-per-view. We also wonder just when Becky Lynch will finally make her return to WWE television. As Ringside News exclusively reported, her return is expected for around the WWE Draft in October.


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h/t to Fightful for the quotes.

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