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Samoa Joe entered the Extreme Rules Fatal 5-Way No. 1 Contender’s Match as the only Superstar in the bout who hasn’t won a World Championship in WWE. He ended the night standing tall above four elite Raw Superstars with an opportunity against Universal Champion Brock Lesnar looming at WWE Great Balls of Fire on Sunday, July 9.

In an Extreme Rules Fatal 5-Way Match, it’s every Superstar for himself — no friends and no rules. But an early alliance between Joe and Bray Wyatt set the tone of Sunday night’s showdown. They took Roman Reigns out of the picture with the steel steps. Then, they dented a steel chair over Finn Bálor. They even DDT’d Seth Rollins on the steps.

The sinister partnership ensured they would stay in control at every turn. When The Big Dog had Wyatt set up for a Superman Punch, Joe pulled The Eater of Worlds to the outside, saving him from certain destruction. With a championship opportunity on the line, though, the alliance couldn’t last for long.

As Rollins dove toward Wyatt and Joe on the outside, The Eater of Worlds moved to the side and pushed his ally into the collision. Wyatt seized the opening to drop The Kingslayer with Sister Abigail, but Joe rushed back to break up the pinfall.

The match truly lived up to its Extreme Rules stipulation when Reigns Speared both Joe and Bálor through the barricade and Rollins Frog Splashed Wyatt through the announce table.

With three competitors reeling on the outside, Reigns and Rollins brawled inside the ring, hitting each other with their signature moves and coming inches away from a title showdown against Lesnar.

Wyatt battled his way back into the fray, but was sent to the outside with a Spear from Reigns. The Big Dog followed that attack by drilling The Architect with a Superman Punch. Bálor then dodged Reigns’ Spear attempt and capitalized with the Coup de Grace. Before Bálor could attempt the pinfall, though, Samoa Joe returned to the ring and locked in a vicious Coquina Clutch, squeezing the life out of the first Universal Champion.

With Bálor unresponsive, the official called for the bell, setting up a dream showdown between Samoa Joe and Universal Champion Brock Lesnar at WWE Great Balls of Fire.

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Seth Rollins may have slayed a King, but toppling an empire might still be a little bit beyond his reach.

In Raw’s main event — and the final preliminary bout among Sunday’s Fatal 5-Way competitors — Rollins went head-to-head with Roman Reigns and found himself laid low in The Big Dog’s yard, giving Reigns a major boost of momentum as Sunday approaches.

In a reverse of fortune — given Reigns has been banged up the last few weeks — Rollins was forced to compete at less than 100 percent after The Big Dog landed a Drive-By that sent Seth ribs-first into the ring post. The Architect stayed in the fight on pure adrenaline, but Reigns had an answer every step of the way, rebounding from a buckle bomb with an instantaneous Superman Punch.

Rollins went high not once, but twice in an attempt to put Reigns away and may have done himself in in return, aggravating his ribs with an earth-shattering Frog Splash. That breathtaking move only netted Rollins two but kept Reigns down … at least until The Big Dog avoided a Phoenix Splash, narrowly dodged The Kingslayer’s knee to the face and landed a Spear for the win.

It was a rough way to treat a man Reigns once called his brother, but like Kurt Angle said all those weeks ago: In the race for the Universal Title, it’s every man for himself.

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Looking back, Seth Rollins could only laugh seeing how far he and his fellow independent wrestlers have gone in their careers.
Selling out smaller venues in the past, this batch from the indies have solidified themselves as surefire crowd drawers and emerged as the cornerstones in today’s WWE programming.

“I think it took the WWE a while to recognize that the indies produce a better talent. It’s the experience, knowing that you have to make things on your own, going to places, and wrestling all over the world, which makes us stand out. Obviously, the WWE developmental circuit produces its own set of talent, but the thing is you just learn one style there. Nothing compares to the experience you gain from the indies, knowing the different styles around the world, and you see that with the current talent, with AJ Styles, Finn Balor, Dean Ambrose, Samoa Joe. The landscape has really changed and it’s good to see guys who have been grinding for 10 to 12 years in the indies to where they are right now.”

Rollins also admitted that this shift in mentality has made him appreciate his current program with Samoa Joe more, knowing that guys like them who made their names in numerous independent promotions somehow find themselves at a crossroads anew, this time with the WWE.

“Joe is incredible and it’s always good to have a program with someone you’ve known for a long time,” he said. “To be honest, I took a wrestling camp with Joe when I was still 17 years old. It’s a time before I even started having things to do with wrestling and it’s nice to know that after a long time, we’re in a position where we are right now. It’s a good feather in the cap recounting that we had that bond even before we started in the business.”

However, despite their deep connection with their backgrounds, Rollins made it clear that there’s a reason why he is “The Man,” and he wants to prove it, expressing his desire to get his shot at the Universal Champion Brock Lesnar soon.

“Truth be told, we’re all biding time. Me, Joe, Roman (Reigns), Braun (Strowman), Dean.”

he said, rattling off names of possible challengers to Raw’s flagship title.
Rollins will have a chance to get closer in getting that crack as he was named as a part of the number one contender’s fatal-5-way match at Extreme Rules, where he will face off against Joe, Balor, Reigns, and Bray Wyatt.
The Kingslayer also didn’t shy away from calling out the Beast Incarnate, saying

“With Brock, it’s a double-edged sword. Obviously, Brock brings prestige to the title, but he’s not here often. Brock is a selfish individual and he works in his own realm, in his own schedule. He shows up when he wants to, so we all work in Brock’s schedule.”

Exuding confidence, there’s no doubt in Rollins’ mind who will come out on top once he gets his chance at Lesnar.

I think I’ll be able to handle him and come out on top, as otherworldly as that sounds. Yeah, I think I’ll definitely come out on top,” he said.

But if that opportunity doesn’t come sooner or later, Rollins has one opponent in mind that he wants to face off against.

“AJ Styles,” he quipped. “We haven’t had a match in 10 years and it will be very interesting to have a match with him, hopefully, that happens soon. The brand split has kind of threw a wrench on us, but hopefully, soon.”

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