One of the most important characters of the last years of the WWE is undoubtedly the former Architect of the Shield, Seth Rollins, who for some years now has started his path in single, going to win several important titles in the rings of the McMahon-owned company, with also several world belts that can now be counted in his trophy collection.
Recently, the former Messiah of Monday Night Raw wanted to make a surprise in the annual edition of the Royal Rumble, appearing as one of the surprising entrances to the male royal brawl but losing the contest.
Seth Rollins will take on Cesaro at WrestleMania 37
In his latest interview with the microphones of the Out of the Character broadcast, the former Universal Champion of the federation wanted to talk about how WWE Universe fans behave towards the babyfaces of the Stamford company, also talking about the fact that fans are usually led to hate the good guys and not the bad guys in storylines, saying: "When you're a babyface in this era, it's hard to keep the fans on your side, hard to like you.
It's complicated because I think people and their natural reaction is, for some strange reason, to hate anything, but I don't know the reason for that. This is what the entertainment world has transformed into. So being frustrated, dissatisfied or not loving something...
that's what people like - especially when you're told you should like something - so it's very hard for that thing to get into your head." According to the reflection of Seth Rollins, who currently plays the role of one of Friday Night Smackdown's worst (or best, so to speak) heels, people who follow WWE would love to hate whatever WWE dictates to them as good.
which according to the management should therefore be loved and the fans, in response, would begin to hate instead. The same thing described by Rollins has in fact happened in recent years with the characters of John Cena and Roman Reigns, who from babyface, faces of the company, have turned into real monsters to hate for the fans, who have always booed.
their income and their matches, just to go against WWE's idea of them. Seth Rollins is bound to join the likes of Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and Shawn Michaels in the WWE Hall of Fame somewhere down the line.
The former Universal Champion has done it all in the business and still has a long way to go. Seth Rollins made his WWE main roster debut in late 2012 and has been an integral part of the roster ever since.