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Seth Rollins Remember Being Angry About WWE Money In The Bank 2013 Role
Seth Rollins revealed on Twitter that he, partner Roman Reigns and The Usos were "so pissed" about their role on WWE's Money In The Bank 2013 pay-per-view.
The Tag-Team Title match was demoted to the pre-pay-per-view Kickoff show, and that didn't go well with them. Feeling underrated, they made a backstage promise to steal the show; being bumped to the pre-show lit a fire under all four, and it ended up being a watershed moment for Rollins and Reigns in particular.

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Since then, neither man had been asked to work on the Kickoff portion of any pay-per-view broadcast.
Seth admitted that he, Roman, and The Usos went into the match with an "extra chip on our shoulders". They were determined to prove company management wrong and ended up having a top tag bout that warmed up the crowd nicely.
The Shield retained their gold that night, but they'd never forget being ignored for the main card on one of the bigger pay-per-views of the summer.
Interestingly enough, The Usos didn't acknowledge Rollins' tweet and instead posted their own response to WWE's original recap. It simply said, "Top 5".

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