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WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Seth Rollins, shows off his acting chops.

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Seth Rollins stops by Ebro in the morning and talks about his match with Cena, plays your’re a liar and gets the ladies in the station open.

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Seth Rollins vs. James Bond

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Seth Rollins is a master manipulator. He knows how to gain control and fool his minions into risking life and limb to help him keep it. A man as power-mad as Rollins will eventually catch the attention of Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service and its top agent.

Agent 007 James Bond made his name by foiling masterminds like The Architect. He’s a calculating spy, set on defending British interests at all costs, and doing so while dating supermodels and driving Aston Martins.

Bond would have to battle through Oddjob-like attacks from J&J Security and Kane doing his best Jaws impression just to get his hands on Rollins, but that’s when the true fun would begin.

007 and The Architect would surely have some memorable Parkour-filled brawls in alleys and atop moving trains. Bond always wins and saves the day, but that doesn’t mean Rollins won’t severely wound him along the way. — JEFF LABOON

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How difficult is it for you guys to find gyms to work out in when you’re essentially in a different city every night?

Seth Rollins: Sometimes if you go to the same gyms, the fans catch on to that and they start hanging out at the gyms. It becomes a little bit of a circus. Over the course of three years or so, I’ve been able to create a nice little Rolodex of CrossFit gyms. I’ve ingratiated myself to the community, and that allows for a much more accessible training session as far as privacy is concerned.

Do you have any secrets or tips to maintaining a diet when you’re constantly traveling?

Seth: I’m a huge proponent of eating real food and eating a lot if it. As athletes, we train and travel so much, a lot of times our needs are not met calorically. But I don’t like eating to be a chore, so I kind of just go with the flow. I don’t like to plan my meals ahead of time. I feel like as soon as it becomes a chore and you start thinking of it as a diet instead of a lifestyle, that’s when you start to want to cheat more and more. You get real sloppy real quick.

Is there a certain place you rely on for food when you’re on the road?

Seth: Yeah, Chipotle’s the universal one. They’re pretty much everywhere. It’s fresh ingredients. It’s quality. Now everything they have is non-GMO. If you can just get a bowl with a bunch of meat and vegetables and rice, you’re pretty set.

You all train incredibly hard, beat yourselves up in the ring, and then you have to hop in a rental car and drive to the next city to do it all over again. How do you keep your body from falling apart?

Seth: That’s impossible, basically. The recovery is impossible. We do the best that we can, but our season doesn’t end. For the past three years, I haven’t had any extended period of time at home. The longest stretch I’ve had at home is four days in three years. And that’s legit.

A lot of people swear by supplements to help with recovery, but traveling with that stuff can be difficult.

Seth: My protein comes in bags now, which is nice. As you use them, they get smaller and smaller. So I’ll fold the bag and roll it under, and then I wrap a rubber band around it so it stays closed. Then I will put the bag inside of a Ziploc bag, so that shit ain’t going nowhere.

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