Seth Rollins on appreciating what he has in the wake of the situation


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Seth Rollins on appreciating what he has in the wake of the situation

On March 8th, at the Elimination Chamber, Seth Rollins and Murphy again faced Street Profits for the Raw Tag Team Championship but were defeated. In the episode of Raw on March 9th, Rollins was defeated by Aleister Black for disqualification; shortly thereafter, Rollins, Murphy and the AOP defeated the Street Profits and the Viking Raiders.

In the March 30th episode of Raw Rollins, Angel Garza and Austin Theory (belonging to NXT roste) were defeated by Kevin Owens and the Street Profits. Upon capturing the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in 2015, and after winning his first Intercontinental Championship, he became the 29th Triple Crown Champion and the 18th Grand Slam Champion.

He is the only wrestler to have held all three of WWE's main brand world titles (WWE, Universal, and NXT Championships). Rollins has headlined numerous major pay-per-view events for WWE, including WrestleMania 31. Industry veteran Sting, who wrestled his final match against Rollins, described him as the most talented professional wrestler he has ever seen or worked with.

He was the cover athlete for video game WWE 2K18. He has been named the No. 1 wrestler in the world by Pro Wrestling Illustrated's PWI 500 list in both 2015 and 2019. Speaking with Hollywood Life, Seth reflected on appreciating what he has in the wake of the situation: “There is a lot of gratitude that goes into the last few weeks.

A lot of times our job runs us ragged, and we complain, as all of us do, about our workplaces. ‘[We] are frustrated or are overworked and underappreciated’ and stuff like that. I think with this situation, it certainly makes you take a look at the brighter side of things.

You look around, and you see that over three million Americans filed for unemployment last week which is unheard of, and the fact that we [in the WWE] are still able to have employment. Not only that, but it’s a job that I love, and I still get to take part in that job during this time, even if it is in an abbreviated fashion.

There is something very humbling and a lot of gratitude that goes along with all of that so, hopefully, when we come out of this crisis, it will be something we can take with us moving forward in our day-to-day lives”.