5 Shocking Facts About Seth Rollins You Won't Believe Are True
Seth Rollins has emerged to become to one of the greatest in-ring performers of this generation and has earned his spot in the main event of WrestleMania 35 this year.
The Architect is all set to lock horns with Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship in New Jersey, and while there have been rumors surrounding his current injury, the former Intercontinental Champion is still scheduled to bring the fight to the Beast at MetLife Stadium.
Ever since Rollins became a part of the Shield and debuted on the main roster, we all knew that WWE were embellishing three of the most talented upcoming stars for the future.
There's no denying that the Kingslayer took no time in righting the wrongs and ascended to become every bit of the embodiment of the phrase - 'The future is now'.
His incredible agility and versatility between the ropes is commendable and has earned him a lot of critical acclaim for legions of WWE fans and his peers within the squared circle.
His ruthlessness is a testament to his willingness to succeed in Vince McMahon's billion dollar company and he is certainly receiving the laurels for his patience and perseverance.
Despite being such a prolific figure in the WWE, there are many incredible facts about the Architect that his fanatics may not know about. What are they? Let's find out.
Here are the 5 shocking facts about Seth Rollins you won't believe are true.
#1 He has not had a single world title match in more than two years
For all those hardcore fans who have been following Seth Rollins' incredible journey ever since he joined the main roster might be certainly disappointed to know that the Architect hasn't had a world title match in more than two years.
With Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar usually fighting over the Universal Championship, Seth Rollins never really received the opportunity to fight for the most coveted prize on the red brand.
His last World title match happened at the November 21st edition of Monday Night Raw in 2016 where he locked horns with the then Universal Champion, Kevin Owens.
While Seth Rollins did everything he could to get the better off the Prizefighter, Chris Jericho's clever inclusion into the bout coerced Owens to defeat the Architect.
Considering that this is the first time in two years that the Kingslayer would be getting his first big title opportunity against such a huge box-office attraction like Brock Lesnar, we genuinely hope that the former WWE Champion makes the most of it and slays the Mayor of Suplex City.