Aaron Rodgers, a four-time NFL MVP widely regarded as the greatest quarterback of the 21st century, is poised to leave an indelible mark on the world of sports once he decides to retire. Surprisingly, it has come to light that the NFL superstar had a deep-seated passion for wrestling.

However, a cruel twist of fate occurred on September 13 when the New York Jets defeated the Buffalo Bills 22-16, resulting in Rodgers suffering a devastating Achilles tendon injury. Unfortunately, this injury is expected to sideline Rodgers for a significant portion of the 2018 NFL season, which poses challenges for both the star quarterback and his team.

During his recovery period, Aaron Rodgers can rekindle his love for wrestling, a passion he shares with his childhood friend and AEW superstar Brian Cage. With WWE broadcasts on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday, and AEW airing on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday (except for ROH on Thursday), Rodgers has a wrestling-filled week ahead. Wrestling enthusiasts now have the perfect entertainment to fill their recovery time, thanks to the plethora of captivating matches and storylines available.

Seth Rollins is an adversary of Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers is revered for his tremendous 17-year career by Green Bay Packers supporters, making him an enduring figure in the annals of football fervor. On the other hand, fans of the New York Jets are eagerly awaiting whatever promise he may hold for their squad.

Seth Rollins, the WWE World Heavyweight Champion, however, unexpectedly confesses that he hates football and blames it on Aaron Rodgers’ destruction of his beloved Chicago Bears in late 2022. a clash of sports and interests that intensifies animosity and goes beyond simple athletic competition.

The WWE Superstar Seth Rollins was open about his wishes for Aaron Rodgers’ future in August 2023, following the quarterback’s trade to the Jets during the NFL Draught. He openly expressed his wish that Rodgers would suffer a string of misfortunes. The delicious resonance of this outcome undoubtedly sounds like sweet music to Rollins’ ears now that Aaron will be sidelined for the approaching months.

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