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@howardfinkel: My heart wants to go with Sting, but my head believes Seth Rollins will win. I’ve got to go with my head here. It’s all a matter of constant activity, which Rollins thrives at. While there’s no doubt that Sting will give Rollins a run for his money, the champion retains, in a match that WWE fans will remember for a long time to come. WINNER: Seth Rollins

@JoeyStyles: After losing his long overdue WWE debut match to Triple H at WrestleMania, Sting needs to reset the balance of sports-entertainment and win the title has long eluded him. I also predict that after the match, Rollins will repeatedly Pedigree The Icon, leaving Sting easy prey for Mr. Money in the Bank, Sheamus. WINNER: Sting

Jeff Laboon: Seth Rollins’ first title reign has been legendary, but he doesn’t have any more rabbits to pull out of his hat. Sting adds a WWE World Heavyweight Championship to his Hall of Fame resume. WINNER: Sting

Anthony Benigno: Sting embarrasses Seth Rollins. Sting beats Rollins. Rollins learns lesson? Rollins doesn’t learn lesson. Sting beats Rollins again. Sheamus cashes in? Hmmmmm. WINNER: Sting

Ryan Pappolla: The 7-year-old version of me wants to believe Sting will leave Night of Champions as the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. But Seth Rollins doesn’t care about my, Sting’s or anyone else’s heart. The Architect shall find a way. WINNER: Seth Rollins

Sting: 3, Seth Rollins: 2

Brian Truitt of USA Today got sometime with Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns to talk about the new WWE toys. Check out the interview below:

Take former partners in the Shield faction and now in-ring foes Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns. They’re both major characters and faces for Mattel’s new Create A WWE Superstar action-figure line, which features interchangeable body parts and accessories, and even though Rollins holds the WWE world heavyweight and United States championships, “clearly I’m dominating him in this customization world,” Reigns says. “My guy could carry his head but I don’t think it goes the other way around.”

Both wrestlers have big matches this Sunday at Night of Champions (airing live at 8 ET/5PT on the WWE Network) — in Rollins’ case, two throwdowns in one night — and Mattel will be incorporating elements of the Create A WWE Superstar line into the event.

Rollins comes with a ninja and martial-arts accessories such as a samurai mask, kendo stick and ancient armor. Plus, his plastic counterpart has a matching back tattoo, he says. “I move around well in the ring, quick and light on my feet, so I thought it was a pretty cool direction to head.”

However, the figure does not come with his two championship belts, and he’s noticed. “Well, they’ll be able to put that in a later version to make it more accurate,” Rollins deadpans.

“As long as it looks kinda like me, I don’t complain too much about my action figure. They give me all my abs and my smashing movie-star good looks.”

Rollins, 29, has quite a few action figures of himself at this point, and they never get old — mainly because he was such a toy collector as a kid. When the Iowa native was really young, he had the old rubber LJN guys of Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Randy “Macho Man” Savage and Big John Studd, and later on came the Jakks figures of the Dudley Boyz and the Hardy Boyz.

Rollins defends his U.S. championship against Cena on Sunday as well as having a world title match vs. Sting — Rollins’ toy collection offered a couple Sting figures back in the day, he recalls. “I had the blond surfer dude and the Crow one later on. I definitely had them all.”

WWE folks get to have action figures, video-game versions (WWE 2K16 is out Oct. 27), T-shirts, drink sleeves, gym bags and other paraphernalia. So what’s left for the champ who has almost everything?

“When I was a boy,” Rollins says, “I had an Ultimate Warrior toothbrush so if I could get a Seth Rollins vibrating toothbrush, I’d probably be set for life.”

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Full Interview – Rollins, Reigns get creative with new WWE toys

Just posted the digital issue of WWE Kids Magazine (November 2015). Check them out!

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1. Magazine – Magazines and Publications > Other Publications/Magazine > 2015 > WWE Kids Magazine – November

Opening Segment

WWE World Heavyweight and United States Champion Seth Rollins kicked off Thursday’s hottest show, seemingly unfazed after being forced to tap out to Sting’s Scorpion Deathlock on Raw, as he predicted victory in both his matches this Sunday at Night of Champions.

But once the titleholder started talking about SmackDown’s main event — pitting Rollins & Sheamus against Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose — Mr. Money in the Bank arrived. Sheamus reminded the arrogant champion that he would be studying his strengths and weaknesses during their main event match, in preparation for a potential Money in the Bank cash-in.

Tag Team Match

During a tumultuous main-event clash, Seth Rollins and Sheamus ended up arguing after The Celtic Warrior pulled away from his partner’s tag attempt, prompting The Architect to take Mr. Money in the Bank’s briefcase. Amid the commotion, the WWE World Heavyweight and United States Champion was eventually able to tag in the Irish Superstar, opening up Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose to take care of the rest with a Superman Punch and Dirty Deeds combination for the win.

Related Links:
1. Digitals – WWE.com > Smackdown > 2015 > Sept 7
2. Screencaptures – soon

Seth Rollins, the self-proclaimed “Future of WWE”, looks to cement his legacy when he defends both of his titles at WWE Night of Champions, THIS SUNDAY at 8e/5p, Live on WWE Network

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