Seth Rollins recently spoke with the folks at Newsweek to promote Friday's WWE Greatest Royal Rumble event in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Featured below are some of the highlights from the interview.
On how he feels about sharing the spotlight on RAW with Roman Reigns: "I would love to see Roman take down Brock Lesnar and bring the Universal Championship to RAW. It would be a huge coup for our television show, the live events, for everything. I'm team Roman 100 percent. I'm not worried about my position or the Intercontinental championship. I know what I bring to the table and what the Intercontinental title brings to the table. I think having Roman with the Universal title on RAW every week will only add to the show and the prestige we do every week."
On if then it will still be Reigns' yard: "It's his yard all he wants. But I feel the show is mine, they don't call it Monday Night Rollins for nothing. I go out there every Monday and put on the best performances. For me, I'm the guy they should build the show around so [Roman] can think whatever he wants."
On a history of I-C vs. World Champions and if he'd be interested in working with Reigns: "I'd absolutely love to get into the ring again with Roman. Without a doubt, he's one of the top competitors in the entire world and being in the ring with him, whenever any of the SHIELD guys are in the ring at the same time, there's a special feeling involved. We've had some very classic matchups in the past and we've gone back and forth before. I think it would be a great time and I'm certainly up for the challenge and I'm certain he would be too."
Check out the complete Seth Rollins interview at Newsweek.com.