Undoubtedly one of the most exciting angles in recent Raw history occurred on the Aug. 29 edition, which saw Triple H return to WWE TV for the first time in five months to help Kevin Owens capture the WWE Universal Championship.
Monday nights have since become home to the Kevin Owens Show, and rightfully so. Owens has been one of the most entertaining aspects of the flagship show for some time now and thus has long deserved to be at the elite level atop the card.
But one thing that has been almost completely overlooked coming out of that monumental milestone has been that Seth Rollins at long last is a babyface, a role that has suited him since the start.
Rollins spent the better part of his NXT stint as a fan favorite and quickly ascended the ranks, becoming the promotion's inaugural NXT champion shortly following his debut. As soon as he arrived on the main roster, however, he was cast as a heel as part of The Shield along with Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns.