Seth Rollins Says Johnny Manziel Has a Face 'You Just Want to Punch'

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Earlier this summer, WWE's Seth Rollins was in town for a Monday Night RAW gig at the Q and trolled Johnny "Idiotface" Manziel, who was in attendance, in front of the crowd.

Apparently, the heavyweight champ has a few other things to say about the Browns QB, which he did, with gusto, in a recent podcast segment with Jimmy Traina on Fox Sports' The Buzz.



He definitely did not know it was coming, and it was certainly something that was off the top of my head. Johnny was born with one of those faces that you just want to punch. You just wanna put your fist in his face. There's nothing you can do about it. Maybe it's the way he comes off. I don't know. It just came to me when I saw him sitting there and saw him taking the whole thing in. And I was just like, 'Wow.' It just seemed right. So [I] let it rip.

For what it's worth, Manziel is no stranger to the sucker punch and has a record of doling them out himself.

Give the podcast a listen below. The Manziel-bashing comes in around the 10 minute mark.



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