3 reasons why Seth Rollins should win the Universal title
- Wrestlemania 35 appears the perfect stage for Rollins to take over from Lesnar as Universal Champion
Seth Rollins is a prominent superstar of the Red brand who is a top guy of Vince McMahon's billion dollar company. The Architect was the winner of Royal Rumble match this year which was his first Royal Rumble victory. As a result, he got an opportunity to challenge the Universal champion Brock Lesnar at the Grandest Stage of Them All.
With two impressive Intercontinental title reigns last year, Rollins gained momentum. He had awe-inspiring rivalries with Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre, and Dean Ambrose. Rollins climbed up one step more to win the Royal Rumble match and he challenged for the most prestigious title of the red brand.
Considering Braun Strowman and Roman Reigns were in the Universal title picture last year, Rollins did not compete for the Universal title. Though Reigns grabbed the title, he had to relinquish the title. The departure of Reigns left a big void, and Rollins came as an excellent replacement for the Big Dog.
Since WrestleMania is just one month away, the excitement is sky-high. Here we discuss three reasons why Rollins should win the Universal title in New Jersey.
#3 Seth Rollins had a fantastic run as the WWE World champion
Seth Rollins made history at WrestleMania 31 when he cashed in his Money In the Bank contract to win the WWE title. Rollins was a top heel of the company, and he had a stupendous run as the WWE World champion. Though Rollins is currently a babyface, he could repeat the same feat as the Universal champion.
Meanwhile, Reigns is not the only Shield member to relinquish the title. Seth Rollins also relinquished the WWE title after he suffered an unfortunate knee injury and his memorable title run lasted 221 days.
Rollins had some memorable bouts with Randy Orton, Dean Ambrose, Sting and many more. As a matter of fact, Rollins also won the Superstar of the Year award in 2015. With a remarkable track record as the WWE World champion, he certainly deserves to win the Universal title at the Show of Shows.