WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins participated an international media call earlier this week and said he'd be open to giving a rematch to Brock Lesnar, who he defeated for the title at WrestleMania 35.
"I'd be up to the task," Rollins said. (H/T to Express Sport) "The thing is I'm down for a challenge because if you're a champion that kind of rests on his laurels and says, 'I don't know, I already beat that guy, he's not worthy' then I think that's not the kind of champion I want to be. I want to be a champion that will define the title and I want to take on all challengers.
"While Brock Lesnar is living and breathing he is most certainly a capable challenger for the Universal Championship. I beat him once so I'm not afraid to giving it another shot. I would definitely be open to giving him a rematch even though I do know what's at stake if he were to beat me."
Rollins later said Lesnar devalued the title with the way his run went. Rollins said his goal for 2019 is to build the title back up.
"My most immediate goal is to just be kind of a champion of the people," Rollins said. "With Brock Lesnar carrying the title the way he did over the past couple of years, sort of only defending it when the time is right - in my opinion he devalued the title.
"I think he thought that he could make it more prestigious but to me having the title on the show every week and being a champion that defends the title on a regular basis only makes the title and its legacy grow. That's pretty much my goal right now for the duration of 2019. [It] is to be the absolute best champion that I can be and that starts at Money in the Bank coming up in a few weeks in what could be my first major title defense on Pay-Per-View against AJ Styles, which is a match that I've been looking forward to for a very long time. So it will be very cool to see how the next few months and the next year play out for me as I hope to defend my Universal Championship all across the world."