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Seth Rollins is an acquired taste. He’s devious, detestable and exudes all the sportsmanship of a dodgy hyena. He’s also the reigning WWE World Heavyweight Champion. That alone separates him from every Superstar on the roster. And when thinking about a substitute for 15-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena, starting at the summit makes good sense.

Though being impressive in the ring is crucial, any face of the WWE also requires mic skills. Rollins has a way with words, whether in the ring or under the media spotlight.

All of which is to say that while Cena may be irreplaceable in the present, the self-proclaimed “Future of WWE” awaits. And that future looks bright. — GREG ADKINS

Seth Rollins stopped by the Onnit Academy, where they spoke about what measures he uses through his diet, supplementation and training to compete in the only sport with no offseason.

Seth Rollins gave up bodybuilding years ago in order to train like an athlete. This is the actual workout Seth Rollins uses when training for the WWE. Try it out for a week and see if you can keep up with the champ.

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Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins should have been finished. Done. Over. Kaput. Toast.

During WWE Battleground, the WWE World Heavyweight Champion had taken up residence in Suplex City, enduring a career-threatening 13 of the disc-herniating heaves. After Brock Lesnar hoisted Rollins atop his shoulders and sent him airborne with an F-5, condolences seemed imminent. But then, by demonic intervention, he was saved by the shocking appearance of The Undertaker.

And so it goes. Rollins has become, arguably, the most vexing escape artist in WWE history. Whether slipping past Randy Orton during a Steel Cage Match at Extreme Rules or through Orton, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns in a Fatal 4-Way Match at Payback, the man — with help — always seems to find an out. Unfortunately for Rollins, death will always find an in.

The Authority, through intimidation and trickery, has managed to keep Rollins on top. But The Deadman will never relent, come hell, high water or two men in matching 38/Short suits. Which is not to say Rollins’ athleticism and in-ring intellect are anything short of remarkable. But could he truly hope to outmaneuver and outthink a Superstar with more tenacity and knowledge than any before him? And yes,any. The WWE Universe may never know, but if it ever did, we could all thank heaven for one hell of a match. — GREG ADKINS

#18 The Shield

If you were a Superstar who stepped into the ring against The Shield between 2012 and 2014, you knew you were probably going to lose. If you were the WWE Universe tuning into a Shield match during that same time, you knew you were about to get a master class from three young upstarts who didn’t care what the rules were, or whatever “top guy” of the day was standing in their path.

To the collective of Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns, every Superstar was simply a body waiting to be Triple Powerbombed into the mat, every potential victory a statement that had yet to be stamped and every crowd just believers waiting to be converted. There’s a reason they didn’t take a true blue loss for almost a year: Nobody, outside of outrageous circumstance or baffling good luck, could manage to beat them. And yes, it’s a shame Rollins had to betray his brothers to fast-track his own rise to the top, but there’s also a certain kind of logic to it. For these three marauders, there were truly no worlds left to conquer. — ANTHONY BENIGNO

#8 Seth Rollins — @wwerollins

It’s fitting that the most liked picture (54.8k) on Seth Rollins’ Instagram account is a shot of him from WrestleMania 31 holding his freshly won WWE World Heavyweight Championship high in the air. After all, The Architect’s account is a shrine to the hard work and dedication he put in to reach that point. Whether he’s racking up the miles on the road or putting in work at a CrossFit gym (which he does — a lot), Rollins’ Instagram account may not make you like the sniveling Superstar, but you’ll have a hard time not respecting him. — JAMES SUMMERVILLE

     

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