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WWE.com: Superstars Pick Their Ultimate Dream Tag Team

Seth Rollins and Andre the Giant form The Unbeatables

Andre the Giant used his unmatched size to crush the competition during his legendary career. Nearly 25 years since Andre’s retirement, Seth Rollins is carving out his own legacy, but he’s doing it with his mind. The Eighth Wonder of the World found great success with a mastermind like Bobby “The Brain” Heenan by his side, so teaming up with an “Architect” like Rollins would stack the odds even higher.

Rollins on Andre the Giant: The dude is unbeatable, right? Why would you have anybody but Andre the Giant as your tag team partner? That’s just ludicrous. He’s a giant. He’s the Eighth Wonder of the World for crying out loud. You cannot beat him. I may not even have to step into the ring if he was my partner. I’ve seen him beat 2-3-4-5-6-7-10 guys at once. It wouldn’t even be a fair fight with him and me on the same team.

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WWE Raw Result 1/26/15

Michael Cole Interviews Seth Rollins

Michael Cole is sitting down with Seth Rollins. Cole mentions that Rollins was responsible for bringing The Authority back and was rewarded with an opportunity at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Royal Rumble. Cole asks if he feels like he truly deserved that opportunity. Rollins says his performance last night will speak for itself. Not only did he deserve to be in that match, he did everything he could to win that match and walk out as the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Still photos are shown of Rollins’ highlights from the match. Rollins hit Lesnar with a Curb Stomp. Cole asks if he thought one of those Curb Stomps would have ended the championship reign of Lesnar. Rollins says it’s put down everyone before Lesnar. He figured not one, but two would put him down, but they didn’t. Another photo is shown of Rollins dropping an elbow on Lesnar through the table, which broke Lesnar’s rib. Cole asks if he figured it was over then. Rollins says the crazy thing about triple threat matches is not only do you have to worry about the champion, but there’s another challenger. Rollins was looking to eliminate Lesnar and get him out of the match. He was on the top rope and very comfortable there. All that mattered was putting his elbow through his heart to take him out of the match.

Another photo is shown of Rollins’ corkscrew 450 splash on Cena. After that, Lesnar came in and beat him. Rollins says he knew that was going to be the end of that match. When he hit the Phoenix Splash, he figured Lesnar was out and Cena was down. Cole asks what would happen if he met Brock Lesnar one-on-one. Rollins admits that he may have underestimated Lesnar last night. Rollins says Lesnar underestimated him as well. Lesnar may be the WWE World Heavyweight Champion, but what he doesn’t have is something he still has. The Money in the Bank contract is Plan B. Cole says he’s interested in hearing what Brock Lesnar has to say, as he’ll be on next. Rollins says he’s not going anywhere. If Lesnar wants to take his seat on this set, he’ll have to kick him off it. Rollins smiles smugly as we go to commercial.

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Brock Lesnar walks up to Seth Rollins and says that he’s in his seat. Rollins gets up and dusts off the chair before knocking it over and walking out. Lesnar smiles as a production assistant picks the chair up.

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WWE Royal Rumble Result

In front of a raucous Philadelphia crowd packed inside the Wells Fargo Center, Brock Lesnar turned back the challenge of both John Cena and Seth Rollins to walk out of the 2015 Royal Rumble event with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Now, The Beast Incarnate looks to WrestleMania 31, where the winner of this year’s Royal Rumble Match will attempt to somehow pry sports-entertainment’s grandest prize from Lesnar’s clutches.

Despite suffering from injuries — including a broken rib at the hands of Rollins — Lesnar picked up a massive victory in one of the most impressive championship bouts in the history of the Royal Rumble event, ensuring that he’ll traverse The Road to WrestleMania as the ruler of the WWE Universe.

With his advocate Paul Heyman watching from ringside, Lesnar started things off by methodically picking Cena apart with his now-infamous German suplexes, then dished out some early punishment on Rollins’ associates, J&J Security, in this no-disqualification encounter. However, The Architect couldn’t avoid Lesnar’s fury for long, and soon found himself on the receiving end of those spine-rending suplexes. The Beast Incarnate then refocused on Cena, trapping the 15-time World Champion in his infamous Kimura Lock submission hold. Somehow, Cena rose to his feet with the move still applied, giving Rollins an opportunity to launch an aerial attack on both preoccupied Superstars and leave Lesnar truly vulnerable for the first time in the match. After Cena hit Lesnar with an Attitude Adjustment, the opportunistic “future” of WWE made the cover. Lesnar kicked out at one. It was going to be a long night.

Like the tense final moments of a monster movie, Rollins and Cena used every tool in their arsenal to end Lesnar’s rampage, all the while battling one another to the point of exhaustion. After preventing Lesnar from sealing a pinfall victory via F-5, Cena boldly attempted three rapid-fire Attitude Adjustments, getting a mere two-count thanks to The Architect. Rollins’ Curb Stomp attempt was then thwarted by Cena, who took the fight to the outside, sending The Beast crashing through the barricade, pummeling the champion with steel stairs and splaying the battered Lesnar atop the Spanish announce table. Then, Rollins made his move. Soaring through the air in one of the night’s most spectacular feats of athleticism, The Architect drove his elbow right into Lesnar, obliterating the announce desk in the process. Lesnar, it seemed, was out of the equation.

Back in the ring and breathing hard, Cena and Rollins — after transforming the match into a one-on-one clash — turned their aggression on one another, with Cena not only finding himself up against Mr. Money in the Bank, but a recovered J&J Security as well. Facing a three-on-one assault, Cena retaliated with a double Attitude Adjustment on Jamie Noble & Joey Mercury before hitting Rollins with the impactful finishing move. Neither Superstar had noticed Lesnar beginning to stir at ringside, though, rising to his feet as medical personnel scattered around him. The Beast was back.

After Rollins hit Cena with a Curb Stomp and yet another huge aerial attack, Lesnar stormed the ring and German suplexed both of his opponents, but The Architect battled back. Evading a second suplex, Rollins clocked Lesnar twice with his Money in the Bank briefcase before attempting to put the titleholder away with a Curb Stomp onto the gold, metal armament. However, Lesnar caught Rollins mid-stomp, hoisted The Architect onto his massive shoulders and hit Rollins with an F-5 to win the match.

The scene was familiar to anyone who’s been following Lesnar’s jaw-dropping career since WrestleMania 30. After ending The Undertaker’s legendary WrestleMania Streak at last year’s Show of Shows, Lesnar would go on to utterly destroy Cena at SummerSlam in one of the most one-sided World Championship Matches ever witnessed, attaining the WWE World Heavyweight Title with downright terrifying ease. Shaken by that horrific encounter with Lesnar, Cena — despite words of warning from his peers and WWE Legends alike — demanded a chance for redemption in the form of a rematch with The Conqueror at Night of Champions.

Propelled by a near-superhuman desire to prove himself against his most dominant opponent, Cena seemed primed to slay The Beast that night, and would have succeeded if not for Rollins. As Cena covered Lesnar for what would have surely been a three-count, The Architect attacked the Cenation leader with his Money in the Bank contract to earn Cena a disqualification victory that effectively robbed the challenger of an imminent title victory. Then, boldly, Rollins laid out Lesnar with a Curb Stomp and attempted to cash in his contract on the reeling behemoth, but was thwarted by Cena. It was during those chaotic moments that the fates of all three of these intensely competitive Superstars became entwined as WrestleMania 31 loomed in the distance. In the end, only one of these three Superstars would survive Royal Rumble and earn their place in the main event on The Grandest Stage of Them All.

As Royal Rumble 2015 drew to a close it was Roman Reigns who would win the Royal Rumble Match and an opportunity to battle The Beast Incarnate for The WWE World Heavyweight Championship at The Show of Shows. Can the powerhouse end Lesnar’s reign of terror March 29, live on WWE Network? As Reigns and Lesnar prepare for this encounter, Rollins will be lying in wait, his Money in the Bank briefcase at the ready.

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Superstars and Divas’ Arrival in Philadelphia for Royal Rumble

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Adventureland Store Fan Signing

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Seth Rollins Interview with The Independent

Seth Rollins recently spoke with The Independent in UK about Royal Rumble, Daniel Bryan and more. Check out the highlight below:

The Independent spoke with Rollins about his expectations for the bout, and whether he thinks he will walk out as the winner.

“It is certainly in my plan to walk out as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion by hook or by crook. Things don’t always go according to plan, but I’ve been pretty successful in putting my plans into action over the course of the last few months, so yes I’m extremely excited for this opportunity. If you look at the list of guys who have had matches with Brock Lesnar since his return it’s pretty small to say the least, so to be in that company is quite rewarding personally and professionally. To be on the marquee with Cena and Lesnar in such a high profile PPV is pretty awesome for me as well, and another feather in my cap for what has already been an incredible run over the last year.”

Being trusted to be involved in storylines with huge talents including Brock Lesnar and Sting is clearly something the ambitious Superstar is proud of.

“It’s great, it’s obviously very rewarding for me to be in that situation with guys like that, but I’ve also proven time and time again that I’m a guy that comes in every time when needed, when people get hurt or things don’t go as planned and when there’s a big moment and they need someone to step up, I’m the guy and I think they’ve noticed that over the past year that I’ve always found myself in these situations. Maybe it’s good timing, great positioning and all of that, but at the end of the day I’ve delivered every single time, and I look forward to doing that this Sunday at the Royal Rumble.”

When asked on who he hopes that will be, there was one name which stood out above all others.

“For this year, it’s an interesting situation, as there are so many possibilities. I wouldn’t mind Daniel Bryan winning the Royal Rumble and going on to face me for the WWE Championship at Wrestlemania, because if you look at what Daniel Bryan did last year, what a tremendous story and if he does it again this year, I’d like to be the guy who stomps out his dream. I think that’s a great story, so it would be very interesting for me to be in that situation in the Wrestlemania main event with Daniel Bryan, considering we’ve had matches in much smaller venues in front of much less people.”

His answer to which match of his he would recommend to UK fans watching the Network for the first time was perhaps a surprising one.

My Hell In A Cell match with Dean Ambrose, and it may not be the most technically sound match, or the craziest Cell match in history, but when you look at that match, you look at two guys who maybe were never supposed to be in the main event of a WWE show, we’re under thirty years old and there is another Hell in A Cell match on the show with Randy Orton vs John Cena, and they are not the main event of the show. Me and Dean Ambrose were the main event, and I think it’s important not just for me, but the future of WWE, so for me that’s the match which stands out the most in my two and a half years in the company.”

Full Interview:: Seth Rollins aims to defeat Brock Lesnar and John Cena at Royal Rumble

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Power 25 Ranking 1/23/15

Seth Rollins

Previous Rank: 1 || Current Rank: 3

Seth Rollins can’t be happy with the way the week turned out after losing to John Cena and getting run off by Brock Lesnar on Raw. Nevertheless, all that really matters is whether or not Mr. Money in the Bank can claim WWE’s top prize this Sunday at Royal Rumble.

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Royal Rumble Video Preview – Triple Threat Match for WWE Championship

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WWE.com: God’s Last Gift [Video]

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God’s Last Gift: How Seth Rollins became the future of WWE


The first people Seth Rollins brought to tears — before The Shield, before the WWE Universe, before anyone — were his mom and dad.

That’s a rough note to begin on, but it’s a necessary because originally, we had planned to write about Seth Rollins in June 2014, and our story — his story, really — was going to be your usual underdog yarn about a guy who worked hard from humble beginnings, reached his goal, almost lost his goal, and eventually found himself sitting on the mountaintop through grit and hard work. Not entirely unlike Daniel Bryan’s tale. But that all turned on its head the night Rollins took out his fellow members of The Shield with a steel chair and set himself on a catapult career-trajectory that led to the Money in the Bank briefcase and helped him waltz right into a WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match against John Cena and Brock Lesnar at the 2015 Royal Rumble over about the course of six months.

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