Big E Trolls Seth Rollins Following Bears' Week 1 Loss To Packers

Seth Rollins is an avid fan of the Chicago Bears, and he's made it a habit of tweeting "I hate football" any time they lose.

Well, Rollins' Bears dropped an ugly 10-3 contest at home to the arch rival Green Bay Packers on Sunday. As we all expected, the Universal Champion took to Twitter and uttered those three words yet again:

Rollins and fiancee Becky Lynch attended the game at Soldier Field, where they witnessed the Packers defense demolish Mitch Trubisky and the Chicago offense.

Big E of New Day found some humor and joy out of that loss. No word yet if he's a fan of the Packers or if Big E merely dislikes the Bears. At any rate, the was having a good time laughing away at the Bears' loss.

Traditionally, the Super Bowl champion from the previous year gets to host the Week 1 kickoff game on Thursdays. Instead, the New England Patriots will host the Pittsburgh Steelers in the prime time slot this Sunday.

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To celebrate its 100th anniversary, the league decided to have the Packers and Bears kickoff the centennial season. These are two of the oldest teams in the NFL, and their rivalry is the most historic and iconic in all of football. Thursday marked the 199th meeting in history; their 200th contest will take place in December.

Perhaps Rollins will get a chance to take down Big E in the ring down the road. You have to think The Architect is none to pleased about Big E mocking his favorite football team. But there are still 15 games left on the schedule, so Rollins might end up getting the last laugh after all.

Will We See Rollins Vs. Big E?

It's unlikely that we'll get to see these fan favorites in the ring any time soon. Rollins and Braun Strowman need to defend their Raw Tag Team Championships over Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler at Clash of Champions. Later on in the show, Rollins will defend the Universal title vs. Strowman. A Rollins-Big E match could happen down the road, but it doesn't appear to be coming up any time soon.

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