Since Michaels is very familiar with The Undertaker, especially at Wrestle Mania, it was easy to tell where this segment was going.
I can pretty much sum up this segment in one tweet.
Reigns answered his own questions by saying that The Undertaker should be thinking about what it is going to be like to be in the ring with him.
Michaels essentially pleaded with Reigns to understand what he was getting himself into, but Reigns was not trying to hear it.
But one thing that did stick out to me was how Reigns handled himself on the microphone with Michaels.
He’s interviewed dozens of people from various promotions around the world, including WWE and Ring of Honor, and has covered Wrestle Mania three times for Perkins & Akira Tozawa - Chris Jericho & Sami Zayn def. Nia Jax via disqualification Seth Rollins came ready for a fight The final segment of Raw had a lot of moving parts, but the part I wanted to focus on first was Rollins.
He then jumped into the ring and began fighting Triple H with seemingly no ill effects on his knee.
That was until Triple H got a hold of Rollins’ crutch and wacked him across his injured knee with it.
Rollins sold it as if the knee had just suffered irreparable damage while Triple H stood over him soaking all of the jeers from the Detroit fans.
From a creative standpoint, I loved this segment, as it got some needed heat on Triple H.