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Seth Rollins as “The Dark Lord”

ALIGNMENT: “We both know the answer to that question. I’d undoubtedly be a villain.”

POWERS: Flight

ARCHENEMY: “Definitely Superman; I hate that piece of crap. He gets everything handed to him. He has no weaknesses. I would make it my goal to find Superman’s weaknesses — not kryptonite, but something real-life. I’d find his baby mama. That takes anybody down.”

ALTER EGO: “My alter ego would be someone bright and happy, constantly doing good all the time. Someone like John Cena.”

WEAKNESS: “A good-looking woman.”

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The Curb Stomp is as breathtaking as it is brutal. When Seth Rollins executes the devastating maneuver on a fallen foe it’s as if he is jumping in slow motion with his foot finding the back of his opponent’s head. Then, like snuffing out a cockroach, The Architect thrusts his foot down, smashing the unfortunate recipient’s face straight into the ground below.

The high-flying Rollins could easily pull off a stunning top-rope maneuver, but instead he chooses to stomp his adversary’s head into the ground. It may not be pretty, but it sure is cool. — SCOTT TAYLOR

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THE PERPETRATOR: Anyone who is not Seth Rollins

THE TARGET: Seth Rollins

“I’m not much of a prankster and no one seems to prank me, to be honest with you. It doesn’t happen that often. I’ve had the typical ‘people steal my championship and give it to me three seconds before I have to go out.” I couldn’t even tell you how many times that’s happened; it’s ridiculous. The [Money in the Bank] briefcase might be the biggest prank that’s ever been pulled on me, having to carry it around the airport. I don’t mind bringing it to the shows; it’s the airports, because these regular human beings look at me in the airport like I’m some sort of alien walking through the airport with this banged-up, scratched-up briefcase that says ‘Money in the Bank,’ like, ‘What the hell is that?’ So yeah, the briefcase itself is the greatest prank of all.” — SETH ROLLINS


What happens when an unstable basket case (Dean Ambrose) moves next door to his moneyed mortal enemy (Seth Rollins)? See hijinks ensue as these polar opposites and former friends tear their homes apart in a series of wildly barbaric encounters involving steel chairs, wooden tables and even cinder blocks! There goes the neighborhood!

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  • Curb Stomp
  • Flip dive
  • Standing Shooting Star Press
  • Running turnbuckle powerbomb
  • Diving knee

When talking about Seth Rollins’ move set, “arsenal” is a more-than-apt descriptor.

Let’s start with the finisher. A quick, brutal act, Rollins’ Curb Stomp has emerged as one of the most visceral and devastating moves in all of WWE. Mixing graceful athleticism and extreme sadism, the maneuver formerly known as “Blackout” is an act of black artistry that few can pull off. Rollins, of course, does it with a flourish. The Curb Stomp is as straightforward as it is brutal: Rollins leaps to attach the heel of his boot to the top of his opponent’s head, and then he, the boot and the head all come crashing down to the canvas.

His finisher is the anchor of a balanced assault that includes some show-stopping maneuvers such as his Flip Dive over the ropes, where he more often than not lands on his feet. And his Standing Shooting Star Press defies gravity, because he performs the feat on the mat and without the advantage of climbing to the top rope, as is customary for the move. Then there’s his Running Turnbuckle Powerbomb, a maneuver that adds a whole head of steam to the (now-defunct) Shield’s trademark exclamation point powerbomb. Rollins hoists his opponent up, gets a running start and flings his foe unapologetically into the corner. To round out his arsenal, The Architect utilizes a Diving Knee strike that he hits from the top rope, a move that can quickly and easily turn a match around — and turn out the lights for his opponent.

Put the five maneuvers together — and combine them with Rollins’ overall moveset — and there’s no question that Mr. Money in the Bank has the best arsenal in the business. — ALEX GIANNINI

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Calling all potential Aerialists, Architects and Money in the Bank Ladder Match winners: Seth Rollins wants to recruit you. The former WWE Tag Team Champion and current Money in the Bank contract holder is starting his most ambitious venture yet: The Black & The Brave Wrestling Academy, which looks to train potential independent (and WWE) competitors in a wholly unexpected way. Just a few weeks ahead of the school’s first training session, Rollins sat down with WWE.com to discuss his academy’s origins, its relationship with the WWE Performance Center and the one piece of advice any recruit must heed to succeed.

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