Matt Riddle

Matt Riddle thinks his WWE career could reach the next level following his Extreme Rules match but admits currently his personal life is “in shambles.”

The issues in Riddle’s personal life have become part of his story with Seth Rollins on WWE TV as Rollins has alluded to Riddle’s divorce publicly with the former US Champion clearly going through a rough time at home.

Speaking on After The Bell with Corey Graves, Matt Riddle admitted that his personal life is in a mess currently as he spoke about taking his professional life in WWE to the next level:

“Well, I’ll say this. My personal life is in shambles. I’m not gonna cry on this show, but my personal life is pretty brutal. It’s been a rough year for me, a rough couple of years, dude. But yeah, professionally, though, my life is amazing. It’s great. I think right now, I think for tag team wrestling when Randy was here, I was at my apex of tag team wrestling. I think right now when it comes to my singles career, I’m still in its infancy.”

“I feel like especially this year, you know, take Money in the Bank for example. I was so close to getting that briefcase and then I got knocked up after already RKOing Seth off the top and doing all this crazy stuff. I wrestled Roman, hit him with an RKO, almost had him, and almost had him again, but didn’t. So I just feel like right now in my singles career, I’m like the little engine that can’t (he laughs). I’m chugging along, but once I get to the top of the hill, I seem to run out of steam.”

“You know, but right now, I think this match with Seth tomorrow will take me to that next level. I think it’s a steady process uphill, but my engine can keep going. I got the fuel. I got the coal bro. I’m gonna keep throwing it in the fire and I’m gonna make it up over this hill, and I think I’m gonna see my next singles championship sooner than later. Definitely sooner than Seth, bro.”

Matt Riddle will take on Seth Rollins in a Fight Pit match with UFC legend Daniel Cormier as the special referee at Extreme Rules.

h/t WrestlingNews.co

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