WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins and his wife, former "WWE Raw" Women's Champion Becky Lynch, recently made a captivating appearance on the renowned morning talk show, "TODAY," where they shared insights about the upcoming WWE Premium Live Event, Money in the Bank.
However, amidst the interview, Rollins took a moment to express his gratitude towards a key figure behind his distinctive and eye-catching fashion choices – WWE stylist King Troi.
Stylist King Troi Elevates Rollins' Distinctive Style
Rollins, renowned not only for his remarkable in-ring skills but also for his unique sense of style both inside and outside the squared circle, modestly acknowledged the creative contributions of his stylist.
"You know what, I can't take all the credit," Rollins humbly admitted. "I do make it look good, but I do got a stylist, his name is King Troi. He does all the work for me, and I just make it look good." Interestingly, earlier this month, Troi reciprocated the appreciation, publicly praising Rollins on Twitter.
Responding to a fan's remark that Rollins had once again dazzled with his outfit choice, Troi wrote, "Thank you... all him he's the perfect muse." This exchange highlights the symbiotic relationship between Rollins and Troi, where the latter's expertise in styling seamlessly merges with Rollins' charismatic presence, resulting in the captivating looks fans have come to expect.
While Rollins' appearance on "TODAY" allowed for a brief recognition of his stylist, the WWE Superstar has more pressing matters on his mind leading up to Money in the Bank. Alongside his fashion choices, Rollins has been diligently preparing for his championship match against the formidable Finn Balor, a member of the Judgment Day faction.
The World Heavyweight Championship will be on the line as Rollins faces off against the talented Irish star. Having emerged as the inaugural champion of the newly-established title, Rollins aims to solidify his reign after defeating AJ Styles in the tournament finals at Night of the Champions on May 27.
Money in the Bank is scheduled to take place this Saturday, July 1, at the iconic O2 Arena in London, England. The event promises to deliver intense action and high-stakes competition, with Lynch also participating in the Women's Money in the Bank ladder match.
As the WWE Universe eagerly awaits the event, Rollins' acknowledgment of his stylist serves as a reminder of the collaborative effort that goes into creating the larger-than-life characters that captivate fans around the world.