Seth Rollins talks vomiting after his match with Rey Mysterio

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Seth Rollins talks vomiting after his match with Rey Mysterio

In WWE, Seth Rollins held twice the WWE Championship, twice the Universal Championship, twice the Intercontinental Championship, once the United States Championship and six times the Raw Tag Team Championship (twice with Dean Ambrose, once with Roman Reigns, once with Jason Jordan, once with Braun Strowman and once with Buddy Murphy), being the eleventh wrestler to complete the Grand Slam; he was also the winner of the edition 2014 of Money in the Bank, which has successfully cashed at WrestleMania 31, and of the 2019 edition of the Royal Rumble.

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).

Confronted by R-Truth, who was critical of Rollins for his actions on Rey Mysterio Jr. at Sunday's The Horror Show at Xtreme Rules, The Monday Night Messiah declared that he was the victim in the entire situation.

Seth Rollins on Rey Mysterio

"Rey Mysterio was a hero to all of us.

However, no one seems to understand that I am the victim in all of this. I didn't make the stipulation, Rey did," Seth Rollins told Charly Caruso on Raw Talk. "I wasn't prepared for the visual aspect and it truly made me sick to my stomach.

However, I had to win, which is my job to do at all costs," added Rollins. "Why is everyone trying to blame me? Let me ask the WWE Universe a question: Did they regret what they did to me? If you can say absolutely yes, then maybe I can shed some regret as well.

But you if don't want to share the responsibility with me, then what is my responsibility to Rey Mysterio? For months, he's been trying to stand in my way. He asked for what happened to him tonight. After this attack, I hope he has learned his lesson and will stop his resistance against the great good.

I am the leader of this industry, and it's not a role that I take lightly. The fans have placed this responsibility on me for the last decade, and for the first time, I am taking it seriously. I am seeing clearer than I ever have," concluded Rollins.