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Seth Rollins makes big admission about WWE status

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Seth Rollins, born Colby Daniel Lopez on May 28, 1986, is widely recognized as one of the best active professional wrestlers in the world today.

Currently signed to WWE, he performs under the ring name Seth “Freakin” Rollins on the Raw brand. His in-ring ability and continuous reinvention of his on-screen character have gained him much acclaim’‹.

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The Future of WWE in Rollins’ Eyes

As Rollins prepares to defend his World Heavyweight Championship on NXT, he aims to create a buzz and contribute to the growth and success of the brand.

He believes that this match will provide an opportunity to test Breakker’s abilities and determine his readiness for a potential jump to the main roster’‹.

Despite his already impressive career, Seth Rollins is determined to continue pushing forward and making waves in the wrestling world. It’s clear that he believes he’s in the prime of his career and that there are many more exciting moments to come.

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The Future

Speaking to Alex McCarthy, he said: “As for me, I don’t know where my future lies. I feel, like I said, at this moment wrestling is my future for as long as I can do it at a high level. But there’s going to come a day when falling down is going to turn my bones to dust and I will have to start looking elsewhere and seeing what other options there are. I don’t think that’s coming any time soon and I’m just in the prime of my career right now and there’s a lot of years ahead of me.”

The anticipation for his upcoming matches and his future in WWE has fans eagerly waiting to see what he does next. The world of professional wrestling is sure to remain captivated by Seth “Freakin” Rollins for years to come.

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