Seth Freaking Rollins!. He’s really freaking good. Did you know that he took the WWE World Heavyweight Title from Brock Lesnar? Or that he’s the only man to cash in a Money in the Bank contract in the main event of WrestleMania? Or that he’s the only human being to ever hold the WWE World Heavyweight and United States Championships simultaneously? If you don’t, worry not: He’ll tell you soon enough. And if you somehow manage to tune out his (justified) boasts, it won’t be long until this hybrid athlete’s skills in the ring turn you into a believer. A veteran of the independent scene who’s more ninja than wrestler, Rollins set up shop as one of WWE’s on-the-spot history makers from the second he walked in the door. From his reign as the first-ever NXT Champion to his vaunted time as the “Architect” of The Shield, Rollins’ first two years in WWE were a master class of evolution. Coincidentally enough, that’s the name of one of the factions he and his fellow Hounds of Justice managed to upend in their near-spotless two-year run throughout WWE’s ranks. He’s even better flying solo, racking up accolades faster than WWE can produce them. Within 15 months of The Shield’s breakup, Rollins had won a Money in the Bank contract and converted it into the WWE World Heavyweight Title and added John Cena’s U.S. Title to his trophy case. Is it even possible to hold this ascendant athlete down? If you’re lucky, but only for the short-term. As he’s fond of saying, Seth Rollins is the future, and the future can’t be stopped.
"I think Seth Rollins is a perennial champion for the next decade. I think in the same way that John Cena and Randy Orton are multi, multi-time champions from 2005 on, I think that is now Seth Rollins' position."
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Seth joined the commentary team to see what Samoa Joe was up to in his match against Chris Jericho. After the match, Joe adressed Rollins about their match at Payback and said that business just became personal. Seth responded by saying that “Payback is a Bit**.”
In two weeks, Samoa Joe will attempt to finish what he started against Seth Rollins when the two battle at WWE Payback. But before then, The Samoan Submission Machine had a G.O.A.T. to take care of when he clashed one-on-one with Chris Jericho on Raw, and the former United States Champion was out for a little payback of his own after Joe helped put him through a table a couple of weeks back.
The long and short of this tangled web, however, ended up in Joe’s favor when he powered out of the Walls of Jericho to lock in the Coquina Clutch. Jericho briefly managed to bridge his way into a defensive pinfall attempt, but Joe adjusted his position and submitted his foe before promising to defeat Rollins at Payback as retribution for The Kingslayer’s defeat of Triple H at WrestleMania.
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The short version is that Seth Rollins is staying on Raw, but he might regret it in the long term. After a week of hand-wringing over whether or not The Kingslayer would remain on Team Red, the former WWE Champion essentially proclaimed that he had no intention of running to SmackDown LIVE, and if still-absent Commissioner Stephanie McMahon wanted him gone as revenge for his WrestleMania win over Triple H, she’d need an army to do it.
Instead, new General Manager Kurt Angle greeted The Architect and proclaimed that, despite Stephanie having made it clear she wanted Rollins gone, The Olympic Hero had decided to retain Rollins on Raw as reward for his efforts at The Show of Shows. The implications of that decision quickly made themselves clear, however, as Samoa Joe appeared in the ring and attacked. While Rollins managed to deny The Destroyer this time, it was clear that as long as Rollins stays on Raw, the target on his back stays with him.
United States Champion Kevin Owens thought he was out of the woods when he and Samoa Joe attacked Chris Jericho before Raw’s planned tag team main event, but all that did was clear new Raw General Manager Kurt Angle to summon a returning Finn Bálor (!!!) to take the G.O.A.T.’s place, giving Seth Rollins a fresh partner and placing Owens and Joe square in the path of a Superstar hungry for redemption.
In other words: Kevin? Bad move, maaaannnn.
Rollins handled the load in the early goings of the match, which featured four former NXT Champions and two former Universal Champions. The Architect unleashed a high-risk offense that did damage to Owens and Joe at the expense of his own well-being. That left him no recourse but to tag in Bálor after being picked apart by Joe and Owens, and Finn quickly put the match away, spiking “The Face of America” with a Coup de Grace after Rollins helped free him from the Coquina Clutch.
The King has been slain, and “The Man” is free once again.
Seth Freakin’ Rollins redesigned his outlook and rebuilt his pride at WrestleMania, defeating his former mentor Triple H in a Non-Sanctioned Match that finally allowed The Architect to free himself of The Game’s influence once and for all.
Rollins’ mission was clear from the start. After The King of Kings entered on a chopper — with Stephanie McMahon on the back and a full police escort — Rollins carried a torch to the ring, symbolic of his oft-stated promise to burn his opponent to the ground. From there, he immediately made good on the leeway The Game’s Hold Harmless Agreement afforded him, driving Triple H out of the ring and over the barricade.
Triple H responded in kind, taking advantage of a step-slower-than-usual Rollins to DDT him on top of a commentary table before smashing a steel chair into his injured knee. Rollins managed to grind his way to a running buckle bomb that took all the wind out of The Game’s sails and led to a strong offensive run, but the question still lingered as to whether Rollins would irreparably damage his own knee in his efforts to defeat The King of Kings.
Rollins managed to keep The Game at bay when tables and chairs came into the equation, but it was the interference of Stephanie McMahon that almost doomed The Architect — twice. Stephanie first tripped Rollins off the turnbuckle and allowed The Game to trap him in a pair of reverse Figure-Four Leglocks. Later, she wrenched Triple H’s sledgehammer out of Rollins’ hands, leading The Architect into a Pedigree that nearly sealed his fate.
At this point, The Game began to show as much wear and tear as his foe. A thwarted second-rope Pedigree left Triple H incapacitated long enough for Rollins to hit a Phoenix Splash that, again, nearly left him unable to walk despite the damage it inflicted. The match quickly devolved from there into a Pedigree-off, with Triple H going low to escape the maneuver. Once again, Stephanie interfered by holding Rollins on the apron. This time, though, Rollins was ready. He dodged Triple H’s cheap shot, superkicked him into Stephanie, who crashed through a table, and finally executed the Pedigree that slayed The King of Kings and cemented his emancipation.
Now that Rollins finds himself walking his own path, truly, for the first time in his career, all that’s left to do is rebuild himself in whatever image he sees fit. What will his first move be?
SunSport caught up with “The Architect” to talk Triple H, performing at WrestleMania, and how he’s changing WWE for the better.
“A good bit, I would say. He’s had so many classic matches and moments at WrestleMania. Even just in the last five years, you’ve got Undertaker, Sting, Roman Reigns, and Daniel Bryan. For me, to be on that list is pretty cool, but I want to go out there and blow all those other matches away. I know that’s saying a lot, but that’s how I operate when I’m in big match situations.”
Rollins also spoke of the respect Triple H demands
“When you’re in the ring with him he’s got such a presence, it pushes you to be better. You can do two things – you can wither up and let him step all over you, or you can rise to the occasion and push him back. That’s what I’m looking to do.”
The two time WWE world Champion spoke on what it would mean to beat Triple H with the Pedigree
“Obviously I had quite the WrestleMania moment at the last WrestleMania I was on, walking out as WWE World Champion. Could I surpass that by beating Triple H with his own move? Who’s to say. But WrestleMania and this time of year is about creating moments and a legacy. That would surely be a feather in my cap going forward.”
Rollins also believes he is the perfect man to beat Triple H
“He’s never been in the ring with a guy like me. Maybe you could say Shawn Michaels – as far as someone who’s well versed in all different types of professional wrestling – but I like to think that I’m a jack of all trades. I think I’m going to be able to push him as much as he pushes me.”