Seth Rollins References AEW, Cody Rhodes Symbolic Throne Smashing On WWE Raw

In their final verbal battle ahead of Sunday’s Hell in a Cell, Seth Rollins and Cody Rhodes made several references to each other’s past on Monday’s Raw.

While Rhodes made a mention of his late father

WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes, mentoring Rollins in the early days of NXT

Rollins hearkened back to the fact that The American Nightmare “tried to tear down”

WWE by joining up with his friends at All Elite Wrestling. At this point

Rollins referenced how Rhodes smashed a stone throne with a sledgehammer back at the first Double

Nothing pay-per-view in 2019, which, at the time, was perceived to be a symbolic gesture of AEW declaring war on WWE.

You left WWE six years ago because you weren’t good enough,” Rollins told Rhodes.

And then every single day that you were gone, you and your little friends tried to tear down what I was building here.