Earlier this afternoon, All Elite Wrestling announced the locations for the second and third episodes of their weekly TNT show that debuts on October 2 – two days before WWE SmackDown Live moves from the USA Network to Fox.
In one of his many interviews over the last little while, Seth Rollins was talking about his former Shield partner Jon Moxley being “competition”: “Now he’s [Moxley] competition, now he’s the one trying to take dinner off my table so good on him but we’re going to do our best to continue to be the best here at WWE and those guys want to step up to the big leagues to give it a shot? Then by all means, but we’re going to knock them dead just like we do everybody else,” said Rollins.
Roman Reigns has been speaking to SPORT1 in Germany and believes The Architect was being generous by calling All Elite ‘competition’: “I think [Seth Rollins] is being generous in calling them a competition. I don’t want to get too deep into this […], I said it before: It’s an option and that’s great for professional wrestlers, pretty cool for fans.
“You can see it in other shows: It’s not easy to have a clean production, you have to have a lot of experience. Our talent is top-notch, we’ve got main eventers for days, but it also is our crew.”
Reigns later added: “Nobody will do it like WWE. Period.”