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WWE’s Seth Rollins recently talks to Philly.com’s The Squared Circle about his match against CM Punk, The Shield and many more. Here’s the highlight of the interview:

The last 14 months have been quite the whirlwind for WWE superstar Seth Rollins.

At the Survivor Series in November of 2012, Rollins, along with his teammates Dean Ambrose and Roman Reins, made their WWE television debut.

In one night, they went from ordinary developmental talents to known commodities on the WWE roster.

Since then, Rollins’ career has taken off. He’s made an appearance at WrestleMania, won the WWE Tag Team championships and has gone up against main event players on a nightly basis.

“We’ve all had the opportunity to get in the ring with some guys that are considered in the history of this business; CM Punk, John Cena, the Undertaker, The Rock, guys like that,” Rollins said. “At this point, it’s kind of customary. I don’t feel out of place. There are no nerves. I feel at home.”

“I feel like for me, I’ve become smarter,” he said. “I’ve become a more intelligent wrestler. I’ve become a more intelligent performer and I think that shows. I’ve had the best matches of my career probably over the last year.”

“Philadelphia is kind of like a Mecca for professional wrestling, especially the old ECW Arena down in South Philly. That’s the place I always wanted to wrestle growing up and I got that opportunity when I worked with Ring of Honor,” Rollins said.”

“The fans are notorious in Philadelphia for being a little harsh sometimes, but they’ve always been kind to me,” he added. “I’ve had some memorable moments in Philadelphia and I hope to have another one coming up on Tuesday at Smackdown.”

Read the full interview here —> The Squared Circle

Billy Gunn starts the match with Dean Ambrose. Gunn hits an elbow off of a ship in the corner so Ambrose grabs him and tags in Rollins. Seth delivers several punches. Rollins ducks a clothesline but is hit with a swinging slam. Road Dogg gets the tag but is quickly punched in the face. Ambrose gets the tag for his team. Dogg catches his breath and then drops an elbow. Dogg gets behind Ambrose for a chin lock. Punk gets the tag and delivers punches in the corner. Ambrose blocks a charge and brings in Rollins. Punk lifts him up for a GTS but he scurries off. Reigns gets the tag and the crowd cheers. Reigns delivers a shoulder block and then slaps Punk in the face. Punk tries to lift him up but Reigns slips off. Punk tosses Reigns out of the ring and then follows after with a suicide dive.

Back from a commercial break and Dean Ambrose comes in to work CM Punk. Rollins gets the tag and punches Punk in the jaw. Rollins charges across the length of the ring for a splash and then looks for a pin. Punk kicks out. Ambrose is again the legal man and focuses on isolating Punk away from his corner. Ambrose tosses Punk out of the ring and then follows after. Ambrose whips Punk towards the steps but is reversed and hits them himself. Reigns tosses Ambrose back into the ring so he can be tagged by Rollins. Punk hits Rollins so Reigns gets the tag. Reigns drags Punk away from the corner and then delivers a crotch chop towards the New Age Outlaws. Punk kicks Reigns from behind and then crawls towards his corner.

The New Age Outlaws jump off the apron as Punk looks for a tag. This leaves Punk all alone as he falls victim to a spear from Roman Reigns.

After the match the Shield continues to attack CM Punk. Reigns signals for the Triple Powerbomb. Punk is left lying lifeless in the ring.

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John Cena vs Seth Rollins

They lock up, as Rollins locks in a Side Headlock. Cena gets out, into one of his own. Rollins locks in a Frton Facelock, as Cena gets a Seated Hammerlock. Rollins reverses, but is whipped. Rollins is thrown with a Hip Toss, as he rolls to the floor. Seth connects with strikes to Cena, but is taken to the corner. Rollins is whipped to the opposite corner, as Cena hits the turn buckles. Seth keeps Cena grounded with kicks. Cena fights back, going for a Bulldog, but is taken out with a Clothesline. Pin, but a kick out. Rollins locks in a Chinlock, but Cena carries him up. Cena backs him into the corner, but is hit with a Big Boot from Rollins in the corner. Seth connects with a knee and pins. Kick out. Seth connects with a Neckbreaker. Pin, but a kick out.

-Commercials

Seth takes Cena out with fists to the face. Rollins whips Cena to the corner, as he falls to the mat. Rollins goes to whip Cena, but is sent to the corner as he does the Shawn Michaels corner spot. Cena takes out Seth with some Shoulder Tackles, but is caught and hit with a Reverses STO in the ropes. Pin, but a kick out. Rollins mocks Cena, but is hit with a Powerslam. Cena connects with a 5 Knuckle Shuffle, and goes for the AA. Rollins lands on his feet, and connects with a Blockbuster. Pin, but a kick out. Rollins connects with a Corner Elbow Strike. Rollins goes for another, but is caught in a Half Nelson Neckbreaker. Pin, but a kick out. Cena goes top rope, but Rollins pushes the rope. Rollins connects with a Skywalker. Pin, but a kick out. Rollins runs the ropes, but is caught in a Powerbomb. Pin, but a kick out. Cena goes for an AA, but Rollins grabs the ropes. Cena tries to pulls Rollins away, but is hit with a Swinging Enziguri. Pin, but a kick out. Rollins goes top rope, as he connects with a Diving Knee. Pin, but a kick out. Rollins goes for the Blackout, but is caught in the STF. Rollins grabs the bottom rope. Dean gets in the ring, but Big E stops him. Roman connect with a Flying Clothesline to Langston. Henry throws Roman onto Dean. Rollins dives onto Cena, but is rolled up and picked up into an AA.

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The Shield

May: Every member of The Shield captured title gold at May’s Extreme Rules, making it impossible not to believe in The Shield.

EDITOR’S NOTE: When we tried to present The Shield with their trophy, we were a bit nervous. Everything was going fine — they even showed up for the shoot on time. That’s when things went off the rails: They wanted no part of the trophy, and almost destroyed the set. But while they refused any on-the-record comments, they did leave us with a cryptic video you can view on the digital version of WWE Magazine. Head to iTunes, the Android shop or the Kindle store to download it now!

Seth Rollins

The hierarchy of The Hounds of Justice may not involve ranking its members, but it can feel at times that Seth Rollins gets short shrift. United States Champion Dean Ambrose offers more unpredictable moments. Roman Reigns intimidates the opposition by stomping on anyone who dares to question him.

And Rollins? The smallest Shield member carries his weight as the workhorse of the trio, the relentless warrior of the group. He speaks in the measured tones that often elude his cohorts, and backs up a natural swagger with an arsenal of maneuvers designed to grind down any grappler’s ability to endure.

This strategy already paid dividends in singles competition against everyone from Jey Uso to Goldust, let alone all the pairings that Rollins & Reigns dominated during their reign as WWE Tag Team Champions. It also draws inevitable comparisons to CM Punk and Jeff Hardy, two competitors who overcame criticisms about their size and talent to reach unprecedented heights in WWE.

The Shield cast a large shadow over the WWE Universe, and that shade often obstructs what Rollins has achieved compared to his fellow Hounds. Those measuring success in championships point out Ambrose’s eight-month possession of the U.S. Title, then fail to mention that Rollins was the first NXT Champion in history. Critics may coo for camera-ready moves like Reigns’ spear, but forget the captivating sight of the “Black Out” stomp kick by the black-clad Superstar with the blond streak in his hair.

Seth Rollins can already boast accomplishments in one year in WWE that some Superstars never experience in their entire career. Ignore him at your own peril. — MATTHEW ARTUS