WWE Great Balls of Fire Preview: Seth Rollins vs. Bray Wyatt

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The show titled… sigh… Great balls of fire, is finally here. This article focuses on the battle between Seth Rollins and Bray Wyatt. Seth Rollins has been floundering as a babyface and Bray Wyatt has been cutting his trademark meaningless promos. Both of these guys are talented, but will this match be a good bout and who will win?

WWE Great Balls of Fire Preview: Seth Rollins vs. Bray Wyatt

Seth Rollins has to win this match. After a feud with Samoa Joe that didn’t really have a conclusive end, Rollins needs a real win. He’s floundering, Wyatt never wins anyway, and he needs a strong win. And frankly, the sooner that both of these men move on from this feud, the better.

Firstly, what is this feud about? Some bickering? Seth Rollins called Bray Wyatt some bad names? When Bray Wyatt came to Raw, it seemed like we were going to get a supernatural feud between him and Finn Balor. Instead, his focus moved onto Dean Ambrose, and then suddenly there was the fatal fiveway, where they teased a feud with Samoa Joe. Now Seth Rollins is floundering, and Bray Wyatt’s nonsensical promos are not helping at all.

Best for Bray

Bray Wyatt needs to take some time off. Right now he’s just lost in the shuffle. He hasn’t had a meaningful win since the shakeup, and he’s just kinda there. It seems hard to believe that he’ll beat Seth Rollins, who is five months off of beating Triple H at WrestleMania and weeks after being named the WWE 2k18 cover athlete. Frankly, Seth Rollins should easily defeat Bray, and then the Eater of Worlds should be off television until A. his personal life gets sorted out and B. they have something meaningful for him.

SummerSlam

SummerSlam is right around the corner, and how everyone leaves this show might dictate how Raw is booked leading into the big show. If Seth Rollins beats Bray Wyatt, he might find himself chasing the Intercontinental or even Universal Championship. He’s one of the big names on Raw, and he needs a big win for momentum.

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