Welcome to SETH-ROLLINS.US. The top and most comprehensive source for WWE Superstar, Seth Rollins. We're here to provide you with all the updates, news, photos, videos and information as Seth's career advances. Be sure to check out the sites networks including our extensive photo gallery and video archives. We hope you enjoy the site, give us a bookmark and check back for all the latest on Seth Rollins. Thankyou for visiting!

The Miz wanted his Raw finale to be must-see. Well, a lot of people certainly saw it, as The A-Lister took the deciding pin in a 10-Man Tag Team Match that pitted him, The Miztourage, Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn against Seth Rollins, Finn Bálor, Braun Strowman, Bobby Lashley (in his in-ring return) and a mystery Superstar Shake-up acquisition that turned out to be Bobby Roode.

Unsurprisingly, the match was filled with astounding feats (Lashley’s stalling suplex) and the occasional brawl. The Miz was all over Rollins down the stretch, and The Miztourage did their part to help stack the deck by taking out Bálor and Lashley. Strowman and Roode repaid the favor against Owens and Zayn, bringing the match down to Roode and Curtis Axel.

The A-Lister returned to the fray after Axel chop-blocked Roode into position for the Figure-Four Leglock, but The Glorious One quickly tagged in Strowman to turn the tide. And when Miz inevitably went to The Miztourage for help, Axel & Bo Dallas leapt off the apron and left him to the mercy of a Running Powerslam from The Monster Among Men. And that, as they say, is a wrap on The Miz.

Media Links:
Digitals

New Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins may not be out of the woods with Finn Bálor, but the good news is that he has no shortage of allies when it comes to dealing with The Miz.

After a brief confab between Rollins and The Extraordinary Man (wherein a handshake — though non-binding — deal was struck to battle for the title), former champion The Miz resurfaced to reprimand Rollins for defeating him at WrestleMania, as the loss had made his baby daughter cry… which, in turn, made his wife cry… which made Miz himself cry.

That said, Miz — who made a point of saying he only dismissed The Miztourage at WrestleMania to avoid accusations of playing dirty — wasn’t about to invoke his rematch clause on The Kingslayer. He opted instead to call his shot for WWE Backlash, though he was more than willing to battle Seth and Finn in a 3-on-2 Handicap Match. Alas, that plan was thwarted by the arrival of Jeff Hardy, last seen haunting The Hardy Compound during The Ultimate Deletion. Jeff returned more than willing here to help Rollins and Bálor send Miz and his crew packing. Given that Kurt Angle sanctioned a Six-Man Tag Team Match for later in the evening, The Charismatic Enigma may well be willing to do a little more before all is said and done.

Unlike WrestleMania, The Miz had no reservations about using The Miztourage to his advantage in Raw’s main-event Six-Man Tag Team Match. And yet, the result remained the same for the former Intercontinental Champion.

A stomp to the mat from Seth Rollins ended Miz’s night once again, though having his understudies at his side paid significant dividends for The Awesome One. The Miztourage did their work to take Finn Bálor out of the equation, and the returning Jeff Hardy took as much out of himself as he did his opponents upon entering the fray.

That left Rollins to shoulder the load, and The Kingslayer answered the call, sprinting around the ring and taking out Miz and The Miztourage with a suicide dive. His partners helped clear the ring of interference, and a stomp to The Awesome One handed the Intercontinental Champion the win.

A train of finishing maneuvers from all three to Bo Dallas & Curtis Axel sent the WWE Universe home happy. The moment was somewhat tinged with uncertainty: Come the Superstar Shake-up next week, one, or all, of these Superstars might be competing on a different show. But given their big win, it’s hard to begrudge Rollins, Bálor & Jeff for letting the good times roll while they can.

Media Links:
Digitals

Did you think becoming a father (congratulations, by the way) was going to stop The Miz from making his presence known as WrestleMania draws near? Absolutely not. The Intercontinental Champion showed up to Raw as motivated and focused as ever to retain his title at WrestleMania, scouting every second of the latest one-on-one bout between his two challengers: Seth Rollins and Finn Bálor.

What he saw was a first-rate battle between two old foes whose rivalry still simmers and, perhaps, a path to keeping his gold and bringing it home to his daughter. Miz proclaimed on commentary that his ideal scenario was for the WrestleMania Triple Threat to go long, thereby sapping Rollins and Bálor of their respective strengths and allowing Miz to pick up the win. The Raw match certainly stretched on far longer than a typical contest, to the point that the two former World Champions resorted to wild haymakers and whatever big moves they could muster while Miz urged the match to stretch on as long as it could.

Rollins, who made it very clear that he wanted the “momentum” that a win could give him, seemed to pull an answer out of thin air each time The Extraordinary Man began to roll, even kicking out of Bálor’s previously successful rollup of the superplex-Falcon Arrow combo at the last second. Finn showed some resilience of his own, escaping a running powerbomb into the barricade and dropkicking The Kingslayer into the blockade instead.

The match came down to dueling rollups, which Rollins managed to writhe free of and achieve the win by stomping Finn into the mat, but it’s Miz, with his title held high, who goes into WrestleMania as the most energized of all the combatants — and, with Monroe Sky watching, maybe the most motivated as well.

Media Links:
Digitals

The Miz’s game plan leading into WrestleMania has been to pit Finn Bálor and Seth Rollins against each other in the hopes they’ll be too preocupied with each other to mount a proper challenge for the Intercontinental Title. Turns out two (or three) can play that game.

Playing off escalating tensions between Miz and The Miztourage, who have been less than efficient in their duties lately, The Kingslayer arrived early to his and Bálor’s “Miz TV” interview to stoke the animosity between the Intercontinental Champion and his supporting cast. He did is pretty good job of it, as an aggravated Bo Dallas muttered that Miz was a “phony A-Lister who can’t fight” into the mic after a lengthy berating. Bálor arrived to pile on by goading Dallas into insulting his boss a second time, leading to a slap across the face from The Awesome One that he tried to play off as “firing up” his enforcers. It seemed to work, too … until Miz implied that he was a better Intercontinental Champion than Mr. Perfect, leading to some raised eyebrows from Curtis Axel.

With Miz having shoved both his loafers in his mouth, he quickly found himself surrounded by The Miztourage and Rollins and Bálor — though the whole confrontation turned out to be a ruse to goad Seth and Finn into a beatdown from Bo & Axel. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson’s arrival sent The Miztourage packing, and it kick-started a brawl among the three WrestleMania opponents that ended with Miz, Rollins and Bálor all fighting over possession of the Intercontinental Title. Finn came out on top in the scramble, knocking Rollins to the mat and stepping over him to hoist the championship above his head. Retribution may yet be in the cards for The Kingslayer, however, as he and Bálor will clash next week on Raw just six days before WrestleMania.

Media Links:
Digitals

It’s been a rough couple of weeks for The Miz. He’s not on the WrestleMania magazine cover even though he’s approaching the record of longest cumulative reign as Intercontinental Champion. He has to defend his title in a Triple Threat against both Finn Bálor and Seth Rollins at WrestleMania, where he doesn’t have to be pinned or submitted to be dethroned. And now, he and The Miztourage have taken a loss to Bálor and his good brothers Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson in a Six-Man Tag Team Match.

About the only thing he could boast at the end of the night was that he and The Miztourage put a solid hurting on Bálor, isolating him from the rest of The Bálor Club — the OGBC, if you will — making The Extraordinary Man look distressingly human. Karl Anderson turned the tide, and Finn re-entered the fray when the time was right. Again, The Miztourage paid dividends by softening him up for The Miz, but The A-Lister’s understudies ended up being his downfall, as Finn launched Miz into an apron-perched Curtis Axel and rolled him up for three.

The Miztourage retaliated with a post-match beatdown and got the upper hand on the entire Bálor Club, but Rollins, who had been scouting from commentary, dispatched all three when they went to drop Finn. Miz perhaps can bend the opposition to his will with two friends on his side. At WrestleMania, however, he’ll be in the ring with two enemies and no help in sight.

Media Links:
Digitals