In WWE, Seth Rollins has held the WWE Championship twice, the Universal Championship twice, the Intercontinental Championship twice, the United States Championship once and the Raw Tag Team Championship six times (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 successfully cashed at WrestleMania 31, and the 2019 edition of the Royal Rumble.
In an interview with Bleacher Report, Seth Rollins spoke about what he would try to improve on in WWE and what his goals are for the future of the company.
Seth Rollins on his goals for RAW
“It’s just different when you’re accustomed to cutting your promos in front of a live crowd and interacting with them and expect them to play a role because the audience is essentially a character on a television show.
You expect them to have feedback or to play off that or change the course of things, so you have a different mindset going in whereas if you’re doing it in front of no crowd or a limited crowd, it’s very much more of a television show.
It’s very much more of a movie. It’s different in the way you approach the context of the promo and the delivery especially. I don’t know if it’s better or worse. I think it’s better in that you get to fully engage the audience in a story at home because they have no choice but to hear the words you’re saying.
You don’t drift. You don’t have to play with a live crowd, so it’s different in that regard in getting to more details with the story. But it’s certainly not as fun. The live crowd, they’re the best" - Seth Rollins explained.
On his goals for RAW, he added: “I think, for me, the next step is just to help out younger guys and younger talent and get the company in a really good place so if I do decide to step away at some point in the future, there will be people there to handle it and take over and make sure things go well and so they can pass on that information to the next group as well.
It’s just helping out younger guys. With my wrestling school, I try to do the same thing. At the end of the day, I want wrestling to be awesome. I want to take this show through the roof. I would love for Raw to be at the top of the cable rankings every single week and be the most talked about thing around the water cooler and all that stuff.
I love this industry more than anything. I’ve dedicated my whole life to it, so I basically just want to do anything I can to make it the best it possibly can be”.