Seth Rollins and Riddle have been embroiled in an intense rivalry in the WWE as of late, with the pair letting their feud overflow at points.
We saw them fighting each other throughout the arena recently, brawling amongst the fans in their seats watching on.
This week on Raw we saw them have a heated debate, getting personal with each other. Riddle went deep on his rival, having a dig about his marriage with fellow Superstar, Becky Lynch, saying she was the only man in the relationship.
Obviously, Seth Rollins wasn’t about to let that slide and had a dig at Riddle, claiming he can’t respond with another family jibe as he doesn’t have one with his wife leaving him and taking the children because they ‘don’t want to see your b***h a*s anymore.’
The response was as fiery as you’d expect from Riddle who said: “You heard me, b***h. I’m not gonna beat you up, I’m gonna f**k you up. Where the f**k are you?”
That was certainly a personal exchange ahead of their match in Cardiff at Clash at the Castle this upcoming weekend.
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However, their segment on the show wasn’t their first clash that evening. Before the show got underway, the pair were involved in a brawl in the parking lot, needing to be separated by referees and officials.
There’s a good chance this is just an incredibly well written storyline, but, there could be some personal bad blood there between the two, especially after hearing that fiery segment.
To add to the drama even further, they then locked horns once again, off air this time, so it wasn’t broadcast and we have only been able to see it after the moment was caught on camera by a spectator.
Either way, whether written or genuine, the pre-show fight in the parking lot only adds to the excitement ahead of their match at Clash at the Castle, with it gearing up to be an intense battle with a clear disdain for one another.
Credit has to go to the pair to play out such a thrilling, intense and shocking rivalry as well as to Triple H for his part as Head of Creative.