Seth Rollins talks Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose in The Authority, Samoa Joe in NXT, Brock Lesnar
Source: Digital SpyDigital Spy has an interview with WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins, who was promoting Sunday's Elimination Chamber special on the WWE Network. Just a reminder that the WWE Network is free this month for new subscribers. Yo...
Source: Digital Spy
Digital Spy has an interview with WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins, who was promoting Sunday's Elimination Chamber special on the WWE Network. Just a reminder that the WWE Network is free this month for new subscribers. You can subscribe to the WWE Network by clicking here and catch Elimination Chamber this Sunday. Below are some highlights:
When Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose will do "the sensible thing" and join him and The Authority:
"It's hard to say because they're two very different personalities who are both still pretty hurt about what happened I think. You look at Dean Ambrose and he's really the most unpredictable performer on our roster at this point. It's ridiculous to try to assume what he's going to eat for breakfast, let alone what he's going to do with me and The Authority.
"Roman Reigns is obviously a stubborn young man in his own right and he's got a vendetta against myself - maybe for good reason - I've taken a lot from him over the past year. I would be hard-pressed to see Roman Reigns in a suit and tie, hanging out with me and Trips and Kane and Stephanie.
"In the near future I couldn't even begin to tell you which one of them would fit in with us, it just doesn't make any sense."
Samoa Joe making his NXT debut:
"I was very thrilled for Joe. He's a guy who was an idol of mine growing up, someone I watched when I was in my formative teenage years. He's someone whose style I emulated when I first started. There's definitely pieces of Samoa Joe in the Seth Rollins repertoire so it's cool he's part of the company now - something you thought you'd never see.
Brock Lesnar returning soon:
"The suspension is indefinite, luckily, so we'll see how long it lasts. But I'm sure Lesnar's got his eyes set on the prize, I don't know why he wouldn't. And I would be glad to give him a rematch, when the time is right. When the situation calls for it. Until then he can sit on the sidelines and enjoy his time at home."
Rollins also discussed using the Pedigree as his finisher, what match he would prefer at WrestleMania 32, if it's the end of the age of John Cena, Kevin Owens and more. You can check out the full interview by clicking here.