5 ways to utilize a rejuvenated Seth Rollins
The Architect finds himself on the verge of a main event push.
Seth Rollins produced a star-making performance this week on WWE Raw which led to an exponential rise in his popularity. The former ROH product was once primed to be the next face of WWE, even defeating legends like Sting and John Cena. But an unfortunate injury derailed his momentum.
Ever since his return in the summer of 2016, Rollins has failed to recapture the magic that once made him a compelling heel champion. Although he's still had a few memorable matches, a string of poor storylines have contrived to keep the Iowa native firmly entrenched in mid-card purgatory.
However, thanks to back-to-back wins over Reigns and Cena, Rollins now finds himself riding a wave of momentum. With that being said, here are 5 ways WWE could utilise of the rejuvenated Architect.
#5 Revengeful brother
Seth Rollins shocked the WWE Universe when he first turned heel in 2014, assaulting Roman Reigns, his "brother-in-arms", with a steel chair. He then had a successful heel run and even cashed in Money in the Bank on the Big Dog at WrestleMania 31.
Rollins and Reigns have collided in the past, with Rollins playing the conniving heel and Reigns the all-conquering babyface. Watching the Architect hunt down his former comrade after WrestleMania 34 and claim the Universal Championship would be a sight to behold.