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Champions battle amongst lumberjacks

Ryback and Seth Rollins did not disappoint in their Champion vs. Champion Match on Raw, engaging in a memorable clash. Unfortunately for the WWE World Heavyweight and United States Champion, it was not his night as Sting’s distraction helped The Big Guy pick up the victory via a small package.

Will The Vigilante make his presence felt again on Thursday’s hottest show, when Ryback and Rollins meet in a rematch? If he does, he won’t be the only one looking to make an impact as the ring will be surrounded by Superstars in a must-see Champion vs. Champion Lumberjack Match. Can The Architect put aside the destruction of his statue and prove that his loss on Raw was the result of nothing more than The Icon’s mind games? Or will The Human Wrecking Ball run through Rollins en route to back-to-back victories over WWE’s top titleholder? Find out when SmackDown takes over Syfy this Thursday night at 8/7 C.

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Alfred Konuwa of Forbes.com wrote a short article about the WWE Champion, Seth Rollins. Read the article below:

The Seth Rollins experiment is over, and it worked.

As a first-time WWE World Heavyweight champion, it’s easy to view Rollins’ current run as a transitional period until WWE finds its actual replacement for the heroic John Cena. But even as a heel, Rollins is delivering both in and out of the ring as WWE’s breakout star of 2015.

Forget an experiment, this could quickly grow into a dynasty.

On Friday, Pro Wrestling Illustrated released its annual PWI 500 list of the best professional wrestlers in the world. Rollins topped the list, becoming the first pro wrestler under the age of 30 to do so since Randy Orton in 2008.

Certainly this indicates a changing in the guard (Cena was ranked second), but for reasons beyond the PWI 500.

Rollins’ performances in big matches on pay-per-view are eerily similar to similarly-sized legends such as Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart. Hart recently told Sports Illustrated  ”Seth Rollins is one of the hardest-working wrestlers I’ve ever seen.” He went on to note “he’s one of those rare guys in the industry today who is an innovator and a guy who creates new ideas, moves, and psychology.”

Many of WWE’s key performance indicators have remained steady, and in some cases increased, in the four months that have been tracked throughout Rollins’ title reign. WWE’s corporate website features key indicators for the second quarter of 2015, which begun shortly after Rollins’ shocking WWE World Heavyweight Championship win at WrestleMania 31. According to these statistics:

  • Paid subscribers for the WWE Network increased in 2Q-15 from 700,000 to 939,000. Rollins appeared in the main event for four of the six WWE Network live specials during that span, including every live special that was also offered on pay-per-view.

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1. Original Article – Seth Rollins is Entrenched as WWE”s Top Star

Sting and Sheamus confronted Seth Rollins

Challenge Seth Rollins for his WWE World Heavyweight Title? Sure, why not. That’s part of the gig. Hell, he’ll even tolerate a second challenger. But enough is enough, and “The Man” wants his statue back from Sting, who pulled a disappearing act with The Architect’s monument two weeks ago and has been holding it hostage ever since. So Rollins’ first order of business in Baltimore was to retrieve his effigy from The Vigilante. Iimagine Rollins’ surprise when Sting actually responded to his frothing ramblings by displaying the statue, hidden in an undisclosed location, and dared Rollins to come and get it.

Oh, and if that wasn’t enough for Rollins to worry about, Sheamus all but called his shot on a Money in the Bank cash-in at Night of Champions. Then The Authority slotted him for a pair of contests — a Champion vs. Champion bout against Ryback, and a Champions vs. Challengers showdown that would team him and The New Day against John Cena & The Prime Time Players. Just another day in the life of “The Man.”

Seth Rollins vs Ryback

Another win for The Big Guy! Even with Kevin Owens seemingly lurking in the wings, Ryback rode his trademark intensity — and a timely assist from Sting — to upend Seth Rollins himself in the first of The Architect’s two Authority-mandated Raw contests. But even before The Icon resurfaced, the Champion vs. Champion contest was almost all Ryback. The Human Wrecking Ball beat Rollins to and fro with impunity until The Architect rammed him face-first into the ring post and steps.

Rollins set to work, systematically picking The Big Guy apart, coming within a hair’s breadth of a pinfall before Sting appeared on the TitanTron to taunt the champ. That was all Ryback needed to spring with a small package, earning a pinfall that left Rollins twitching with rage in the ring, though not as much as The Vigilante appeared again to affix a Sting mask to Rollins’ statue.

6-Man Tag Team Match

Sept. 20 is Night of Champions, but Sept. 7 was Night of Challengers as John Cena & The Prime Time Players united to defeat a trio that, together, holds four of WWE’s six championships. That’s a pretty solid day’s labor — especially for The Prime Time Players, who’ll challenge The New Day for the Tag Titles on the season premiere of Raw next week. After The New Day ran roughshod over Cena, Titus O’Neil and Darren Young tagged in and the groundwork for the 15-time World Champion to swoop in and win the day with an Attitude Adjustment to Kofi Kingston.

And then, Sting reappeared again, Seth Rollins’ statue still in tow and bad intentions on his mind. Given that Rollins never came to find him, The Vigilante revealed his whereabouts to be the arena loading dock, where he tossed the statue into the bed of a garbage truck, crushed it into powder, and cruised off into the night. Rollins made a point of displaying his two titles to reinforce his continued dominance — he is still Seth Freakin’ Rollins after all. But, alas, he’s got no freakin’ statue.

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1. Digitals – WWE.com > Raw > 2015 > Sept 7
2. Screencaptures – Screencaptures > 2015 > Monday Night Raw > Sept. 7

Here are the highlight of  MiamiHerald.com’s ScottFisherman’s Interview with the WWE World Heavyweight and US Champion, Seth Rollins:

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“Winning the championship at WrestleMania will go down as one of the greatest moments of my career,” Rollins reflected. “I made WrestleMania history. Then for me just being able to main event a pay-per-view with Dean Ambrose for the world title was really awesome. It was something I was proud of.”

“It’s been difficult. It’s trying,” Rollins said. “The schedule gets a little bit crazy when you win the title. Everyone wants a piece of you. It was not anything I wasn’t expecting, but certainly a little more strenuous than I thought it would be. You have to go out there every single night. You’re the last match on the show and the last one to leave. You have to tear it up and make sure the people want to come back and see more. So it’s a lot of pressure, but definitely a place I thrive.”

“I would like to see [NXT women’s champ] Bayley,” Rollins said without hesitation. “She is my favorite who is not up here and being used. So hopefully she gets a shot soon.”

“Triple H has been incredible to work with,’ he said. “Triple H is the ‘Cerebral Assassin.’ His best advice to me is to make sure you always, always come out on top.”

“I’ve been hearing that crap about Steve being on the cover and not me being on the cover,” he said. “What I will say is it seems to me I’m not the only one unhappy about it. Everyone else keeps asking me and bringing it up, too. So I’m not the only one disappointed that I’m not on the cover.”

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Full Interview Here > Seth Rollins taking it to the next level