WWE News: Interesting Seth Rollins streak to end at Roadblock: End of the Line
Rollins' streak of competing in 17 consecutive title matches on PPV will come to an end.
As Roadblock: End Of The Line draws closer, Seth Rollins will begin his path of destruction to get to his nemesis, Triple H. On the first step of the route, he will have to vanquish Chris Jericho who has constantly been squandering his chances by helping “best friend” Kevin Owens.
A rather personal streak for Rollins will come to an end at the pay-per-view, as this would be the first time in 17 shows that he would be competing in a non-title match.
Rollins’ streak began when he competed in a critically acclaimed triple threat match against Brock Lesnar and John Cena for the title. This lead to him winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Wrestlemania 31, after cashing in his Money In The Bank for a special Wrestlemania moment.
You can view the moment here:
The long-running streak witnessed several classic matches and moments. The visual of Rollins holding both the WWE Title and the United States title happened during this streak. We also got to witness the much anticipated Shield Triple Threat match as a result.
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Witness the moment when Rollins made history at Summerslam 2015 here:
The streak was cut off after Rollins suffered a freak injury which sidelined him for several months.
Lately, the WWE have been building up several records and streaks such as the record-breaking Tag Team title run by the New Day and Charlotte's undefeated streak at PPV’s.
Rollins has been one of the most consistent performers in the WWE in recent memory and as a result was the overall No. 1 draft pick in the WWE Draft.
His highly fascinating record just shows the sheer amount of talent Rollins has which has enabled him to stay at the top for so long. It also displays the tremendous amount of support Rollins has from within the WWE.
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