Seth Rollins has the wrestling world buzzing after he burned down Bray Wyatt's Firefly Fun House at the end of Monday Night Raw, and some wonder if this is going to lead to a major heel turn.
After all, Wyatt was the one who received all the cheers during their match at Hell in a Cell. And a large portion of fans are upset about Rollins' destructive actions against the Fun House.
But according to Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio (h/t Cageside Seats), WWE isn't planning a heel turn for The Architect right now. With that, he'll remain the top main event face of Raw.
Wyatt was moved to SmackDown Live on day one of the WWE draft. Meltzer suggested that Rollins' burning down of the Firefly Fun House was WWE's "way of writing it off." Meltzer also speculated that SmackDown didn't want this segment on their show any longer.
Rollins stayed on the Raw brand following the WWE draft, but his feud with Wyatt isn't over just yet. The Architect will defend his Universal Championship against "The Fiend" at the upcoming Crown Jewel pay-per-view. Of course, the odds of Rollins losing are extremely low - since WWE Champion Brock Lesnar is employed on SmackDown.
Fans in Sacramento booed Rollins heavily during the Hell in a Cell match against Wyatt. The bout ended via referee stoppage when Rollins hit The Fiend with a sledgehammer, and that led to even more boos from the fans in attendance.
WWE May Have To Turn Rollins Heel Soon
If Rollins starts to lose momentum as a babyface, then WWE will have no choice but to turn him back into a villain again. WWE made the controversial decision to push Roman Reigns as "the guy" for over three years, and the fans wouldn't accept him as the No. 1 babyface. So if Rollins continues to receive more boos down the road, WWE should turn him heel - especially when you consider how much he's excelled as a bad guy.