5 potential reasons why Seth Rollins is acting like a heel Superstar
Seth Rollins has been acting like a heel lately. First, he beat Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship with a low blow, and then prevented getting cashed-in with the same move. It isn't a face thing to do, but Rollins is still doing it anyway.
This week on Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live, The Beastslayer found a new friend in the form of steel chairs. Whenever Corbin would announce who was going to be the special guest referee, Rollins would attack him.
In a way, it's a good thing. The WWE Universe is excited to know who will be the special guest referee during Seth Rollins vs Baron Corbin, though it's still not something that everybody is interested to know more about.
In this article, we will look at 5 potential reasons why Seth Rollins, who is the biggest face Superstar in WWE, acts as if he is a heel.
#5 He could turn heel soon
The most logical explanation would be that WWE is planning to turn Seth Rollins heel soon. At the moment, it doesn't make sense for him to be a villain, considering the fans love him, but WWE likes to shock us. Remember when they turned Dean Ambrose (now Jon Moxley) into a heel when nobody expected he would?
This could be another of Vince Mcmahon's plan that he would want to execute. Rollins had a great run as a heel Superstar, and it also proved to be his way to success. So it wouldn't be shocking if WWE turns him into a heel again. The fans would continue to love him as they do today.