Seth Rollins reveals why he has had such a long WWE career

by   |  VIEW 1838

Seth Rollins reveals why he has had such a long WWE career

In WWE Seth Rollins has twice held the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, once the NXT Championship, and twice the Universal Championship which effectively makes him a 5-time world champion, twice the Intercontinental Championship, once the United States Championship and six times (shared record with Kofi Kingston) 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), turning out to be the eleventh wrestler to complete the Grand Slam; he was also the winner of the 2014 edition of Money in the Bank, who successfully cashed at WrestleMania 31, and the 2019 edition of the Royal Rumble match.

In 2017 he was chosen as the cover man for the WWE 2K18 video game. Rollins appeared on Good Day DC on FOX 5 to discuss several topics, including WrestleMania 37, his new "Embrace the Vision" slogan and life as a father and husband.

Seth Rollins' WWE career so far

"I'm very good. Look I'm very good. When you're good at your job, you get to have your job and you get to do it at a high profile level and that's where I've been for the majority of my career.

So that's how I have been able to sustain. Now there is a lot of good fortune that comes with that when it comes to not being injured, being healthy and all that good stuff. But, at the same time I've worked day in, day out to be excellent at my job and to have a position where I can ask people to 'Embrace the Vision'" - Seth Rollins explained.

He claims that it is nothing more than something he will use to make SmackDown the absolute best it can be. "It's me helping SmackDown be the absolute best it can be. It's as simple as that. I've been in this industry for a very long time.

You listed the accolades, everyone knows what I am capable of. With me handling things, being at the helm, being at the lead, SmackDown can revolutionize professional wrestling, revolutionize television and revolutionize entertainment!" Seth Rollins spoke to Stuart Osbourne from Dayton 24/7 Now and said that his willingness to create a bright future for his child is what led him to create the slogan.

"It all goes together. It's a big synergy. She is the reason for Embrace the Vision. She needs to have a bright future and I cannot do that if I'm not taking things seriously."