WWE News: Seth Rollins comments on his historic performance on Monday Night Raw
The Kingslayer put up a great showing on this week's episode of Raw.
What’s the story?
Following Seth Rollins’s outstanding performance on this week’s Gauntlet Match on WWE Monday Night Raw, “The Architect” took to social media in order to weigh in on his history-making performance.
In case you didn’t know…
On this week’s episode of Monday Night Raw, the seven competitors from this year’s Men’s Elimination Chamber match competed in a Gauntlet Match. The match was initially kicked off by Shield brethren Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins, who successfully managed to defeat “The Big Dog” in the first bout of the Gauntlet Match. Rollins then followed up his impressive first win, with yet another victory against the second entrant of the match, 16-time World Champion John Cena.
After lasting for a total of 65 minutes, Seth Rollins was eventually eliminated from the Gauntlet Match when he lost out to Elias, who pinned “The Kingslayer” after hitting him with a Drift Away.
The heart of the matter
Shortly after his impressive showing on Monday Night Raw, Seth Rollins took to his official Twitter handle and wrote that it is nights like these when he remembers why he fell in love with Professional Wrestling in the first place. This is the tweet Rollins sent out:
Additionally, Rollins also showed his gratitude and thanked all the men with whom he shared the ring with, during the Gauntlet Match on Raw, as he claimed that it was indeed a special moment.
Further, “The Kingslayer” also stated that following his significant performance on Raw, he has now drawn a line in the sand.
Seth Rollins will now head into this Sunday’s Elimination Chamber pay-per-view with all the momentum in the world, and much like this week’s Raw, Rollins will look to put up yet another impressive showing at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on the 25th of February.
Seth Rollins’s performance on this week’s edition of Raw was one of the best and standout showings in Monday Night Raw history, I believe, and “The Architect’s” performance was also one of the overall best performances in WWE history.