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Seth Rollins: “Someday I hope to have the same position as The Undertaker”

SportAmerika.nl recently talk to WWE Superstar, Seth Rollins about the difference between WWE and Independent Scene, his first WWE memories and many more. Check the original (in Dutch) and the translated (in English) of the interview below:

SA: Kun je de overgang van de ‘independents’ naar WWE beschrijven?
SR: Het verschil tussen de ‘independents’ en WWE is gigantisch groot. Ik heb een behoorlijke periode nodig gehad om alles in perspectief te kunnen plaatsen. De grootste verandering is het feit dat ik tegenwoordig overal word herkend, dat is natuurlijk leuk maar ook wel eens lastig. Je bent daardoor altijd aan het werk. Daarnaast is het vinden van tijd voor familie en vrienden een flinke uitdaging. Het schema van WWE is bijzonder druk en hectisch. Maar je hoort mij niet klagen: ‘I love it’.

SA: In april 2013 stond je in de ring met The Undertaker…
SR: Het was een onwerkelijke en waanzinnige ervaring om met ‘The Phenom’ te werken tijdens RAW en SmackDown in Londen. En vergeet niet, The Shield heeft The Undertaker uitgeschakeld. SmackDown is Londen was een bijzondere ervaring omdat we eerst in de ring stonden tijdens een WWE Live event in Cardiff, Wales. We openden de show in Cardiff en vlogen daarna met een helikopter naar Londen. Dan heb je het gevoel dat je belangrijke speler bent.

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English Translation:

SA: Can you describe the transition from the ‘Independents’ to WWE?
SR: The difference between the “Independents” and WWE is gigantic. It took me quite some time to put everything in perspective. The biggest change is the fact that I’m recognized everywhere nowadays of course that’s fun but sometimes difficult. You are therefore always at work. In addition, finding time for family and friends is a real challenge. The schedule of WWE is very busy and hectic. But you do not hear me complain: “I love it.”

SA: In April 2013 you were in the ring with The Undertaker …
SR: It was a surreal and amazing experience to work in RAW and Smackdown in London with The Phenom And remember, The Shield eliminated The Undertaker. Smackdown’s London was a special experience because we were in the first match during a WWE live event in Cardiff, Wales. We opened the show in Cardiff and then flew by helicopter to London. Then you have the feeling that you’re an important player.

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Note: Special thanks to my bestie, Jojo, for helping me with the translation.

Digital Spy got a chance to talk to Seth Rollins about Royal Rumble. Below are the highlights of the interview:

DS: It’s every man for himself in the Royal Rumble – is this where The Shield start to part ways?

SR: “I don’t think so. It’s every man for himself but there’s 27 other guys in there that need to get out of that ring before we figure out which one of the three of us is the best. I would be worried for the 27 other dudes who are gonna be having to deal with hopefully the three of us in the ring at the same time.

“No-one has gotten away from that the whole year. Not The Rock, not The Undertaker, not John Cena. When there’s three of us in the ring at the same time, it’s disaster for anybody else.”

DS: What are your favourite Royal Rumble moments from the last 25 odd years of the pay-per-view?

SR: “I loved the Rumble that Shawn Michaels won. Bulldog threw him over and he hung on by the skin of the teeth and dumped Bulldog – that was one of my favourite ones.

“I always like the Hogan ones, I think 1990 was a really good Rumble. It’s a cool thing to watch, such a spectacle. It only happens once a year and there’s so much on the line, so much at stake. Everybody’s out there working it as hard as they possibly can to get that shot at WrestleMania. It’s nuts. It starts WrestleMania season – it’s just an exciting time in the WWE.”

DS: Talking legends – you were in the ring with Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts and his new reptile on Old School Raw – what was it like?

SR: “It was great to see Jake, it was terrible to see that ugly, disgusting snake! That thing is big and slimy and scary and gross! Even though he wasn’t on our side that night, just to see Jake back and looking good and healthy and clean, that’s cool man. He came from a dark place, so just to see him doing well with his life is really awesome and inspirational.”

DS: Assuming you’re the last man standing on Sunday, who would you most want to take on for the WWE Heavyweight Championship come WrestleMania?

SR: “Randy [Orton]’s the current champ, but John is the guy and he’s been the guy for the last ten years. If there’s anybody I’d want to dethrone, John would be the guy. If you asked me whose spot do I want, I’d say I want John Cena’s spot, so to beat him at WrestleMania would be a feather in my cap, for sure.”

DS: You mentioned the desire to dethrone John Cena – apart from him is there anyone living or dead, Superstar or otherwise you’d love to have a bout with?
SR: “Shawn Michaels, no doubt. Shawn’s been the driving force in my stylistic approach to professional wrestling, and he’s Mr WrestleMania, so to have a match with him at any point would be great – to have a match with him at WrestleMania would be on another level.”
Read the full interview here >> DigitalSpy.co.uk

Seth Rollins talks to SkySport News Radio about the 27th annual Royal Rumble. Check the whole interview below:

Seth Rollins sits down with Dan Campbell, vocalist for The Wonder Years talking about first wrestling gimmick, music and wrestling, airline woes, erotic fan fiction and more!

WWE’s Seth Rollins recently talks to Philly.com’s The Squared Circle about his match against CM Punk, The Shield and many more. Here’s the highlight of the interview:

The last 14 months have been quite the whirlwind for WWE superstar Seth Rollins.

At the Survivor Series in November of 2012, Rollins, along with his teammates Dean Ambrose and Roman Reins, made their WWE television debut.

In one night, they went from ordinary developmental talents to known commodities on the WWE roster.

Since then, Rollins’ career has taken off. He’s made an appearance at WrestleMania, won the WWE Tag Team championships and has gone up against main event players on a nightly basis.

“We’ve all had the opportunity to get in the ring with some guys that are considered in the history of this business; CM Punk, John Cena, the Undertaker, The Rock, guys like that,” Rollins said. “At this point, it’s kind of customary. I don’t feel out of place. There are no nerves. I feel at home.”

“I feel like for me, I’ve become smarter,” he said. “I’ve become a more intelligent wrestler. I’ve become a more intelligent performer and I think that shows. I’ve had the best matches of my career probably over the last year.”

“Philadelphia is kind of like a Mecca for professional wrestling, especially the old ECW Arena down in South Philly. That’s the place I always wanted to wrestle growing up and I got that opportunity when I worked with Ring of Honor,” Rollins said.”

“The fans are notorious in Philadelphia for being a little harsh sometimes, but they’ve always been kind to me,” he added. “I’ve had some memorable moments in Philadelphia and I hope to have another one coming up on Tuesday at Smackdown.”

Read the full interview here —> The Squared Circle