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The first people Seth Rollins brought to tears — before The Shield, before the WWE Universe, before anyone — were his mom and dad.

That’s a rough note to begin on, but it’s a necessary because originally, we had planned to write about Seth Rollins in June 2014, and our story — his story, really — was going to be your usual underdog yarn about a guy who worked hard from humble beginnings, reached his goal, almost lost his goal, and eventually found himself sitting on the mountaintop through grit and hard work. Not entirely unlike Daniel Bryan’s tale. But that all turned on its head the night Rollins took out his fellow members of The Shield with a steel chair and set himself on a catapult career-trajectory that led to the Money in the Bank briefcase and helped him waltz right into a WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match against John Cena and Brock Lesnar at the 2015 Royal Rumble over about the course of six months.

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#6 Seth Rollins cashes in at WrestleMania 31

Every Superstar dreams of holding the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in the closing moments of WrestleMania. The Money in the Bank contract all but guarantees that golden ending for one lucky Superstar, yet no one has been patient enough to capitalize on it at The Show of Shows.

Ten years after Edge became the first Money in the Bank contract holder at WrestleMania 21, it’s time for someone to take advantage and cash in the contract on The Grandest Stage of Them All. Enter Seth Rollins. If the “future of WWE” wants to kick off the Rollins era, WrestleMania 31 makes for the perfect setting. — JEFF LABOON

#1 The Shield finally square off

How glorious will it be when the planets align, Mercury falls into retrograde and Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns finally step into the ring against each other?

These guys had their squabbles in The Shield, but have splintered off into different directions since the split, with Rollins siding with The Authority, Ambrose wreaking havoc, and Reigns becoming Superstar of the Year. Given that all three are shoe-ins for future WWE World Heavyweight Championship contention, it’s only a matter of time before their paths cross. The champion of the future may come down to a Triple Threat. Believe that. — ANTHONY BENIGNO

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Seth Rollins took a giant gamble.

The Shield created its fair share of chaos in 2013, and midway through 2014, The Hounds of Justice started to powerbomb their way into legendary territory. The trio battled The Wyatt Family in a heated rivalry, absolutely decimated Attitude Era stars The New Age Outlaws & Kane at WrestleMania 30, and spoiled Evolution’s reunion tour with a pair of pay-per-view beatdowns.

Rollins shined with The Shield through all of it. The onetime Architect designed victories for his squad with sudden Curb Stomps and death-defying crossbodies, leaping from balconies and TitanTrons onto his rivals below on the concrete floor.

With Evolution defeated, though, Rollins took the biggest risk of all: He left the winning team to join the losers. The addition of Rollins injected new life into The Authority following weeks of crushing losses for Triple H, Randy Orton and Kane after WrestleMania 30.

With The Authority’s support, Rollins established himself as the “future of WWE,” capturing the Money in the Bank contract, prevailing in a Hell in a Cell Match and even costing John Cena the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

Rollins may have gambled, but he hit the jackpot. — JEFF LABOON

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The stars of The Attitude Era didn’t care for making friends. They wanted to be on top. Granted, every Superstar in the locker room today wants to be the WWE World Heavyweight Champion at the end of WrestleMania. But in the late ’90s, Superstars and Divas like Triple H and Lita had a killer instinct. You had to bring your absolute best every Monday, or you wouldn’t be on the show the following week.

Seth Rollins knows that pressure well. He made an immediate name for himself as a main-event player with The Shield. He’s jumped from the TitanTron, crashed through tables and betrayed close friends to climb the WWE ladder.

He sees 15-time World Champion John Cena get recognized as the face of WWE and the last guy to grab the “brass ring” — aka becoming the top star in sports-entertainment — and he isn’t in awe. Chances are he’d have the same disdain for The Rock, Mankind or any other Superstar that stood in the way of him getting to the top. — JEFF LABOON

2days before the TLC ppv, Sport360.com got sometime to chat with Seth Rollins. Below are the highlights:

“It’s been an incredible year for me, travelling the world and making an impact in the ring,” Rollins told Sport360.

“To have had my first Hell in a Cell match, a memorable match at SummerSlam and some awesome moments on Raw and then coming up to TLC where I’ll be in a tables match against John Cena. Those matches are the kind that can cap off the year and I really hope 2015 will be an even better year.

“Big things are coming from me,” warned Rollins.

Rollins has been the standout star of the WWE in 2014. This week’s Slammy Awards highlighted that with the Iowa native taking home no less than five trophies including match of the year (for his part in Team Cena vs Team Authority) and the anti-gravity dong for his high-flying efforts at Payback.

“There are a few major goals [for 2015]. One of them is to main event Wrestlemania, and a more immediate goal is to cash in this money in the bank and become the World Heavyweight champion and represent this entire company,” said Rollins.

“I could use the Money in the Bank at any point, which is the beauty of it. Every time I’m in the same building as the champion he has to be on his toes.

“John is a living legend, he’s sure to be a hall of famer,” Rollins added. “He’s possibly the greatest WWE champion that’s ever lived. If you look how many times he’s won the title and how many big matches he’s been involved in and the main events at PPVs it makes this match very exciting for me.

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#7 Team Hell No & Ryback vs. The Shield – WWE TLC 2012

No one knew what to expect from The Shield at WWE TLC 2012. Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns had never officially competed in a WWE ring before their Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match against Team Hell No & Ryback. However, in the first-ever Six Man Tag Team TLC Match, The Shield made it clear that they were not rookie pushovers. The Hounds of Justice showed their smarts, isolating Ryback and putting him through a table with their signature Triple Powerbomb.

The WWE Tag Team Champions and The Human Wrecking Ball put up a valiant effort in the brutal contest. Kane chokeslammed Ambrose through a steel chair, Ryback yanked Rollins off a ladder and sent him crashing through a stack of tables, while Daniel Bryan put up a heroic effort in fighting off Reigns and Ambrose. In the end, however, the unparalleled teamwork of The Shield prevailed. Reigns speared Kane through the guardrail at ringside, then powerbombed Bryan through a table to give The Hounds of Justice their first win in impressive fashion.