Seth Rollins is on top of his game as a WWE Superstar, but nothing great can last forever. Rollins has seen plenty of sad stories in pro wrestling about people who didn’t prepare for it all to end and when it did they were left with nothing. So he’s working hard now to make sure he has something secure if and when that day comes for him that he can no longer wrestle.
While speaking to Greg Atoms Show on 1130-KWKH, Rollins was asked about plans for himself after his retirement. While it obviously won’t happen for quite a while, Seth is already making a preparation with his wrestling school to move his passion for pro wrestling over to the teaching side things.
“I’ve already kind of got something going with my wrestling school back home in Iowa. I think once I get off the road and my in-ring career is done take probably at least take a few years off and relax a little bit. You know, but who knows I always like giving back to the business. It’s been my passion, like you said, my entire life. So it’s certainly something I feel like I’ll be involved in one way or another for as long as I can as long as I’m giving something and you know making progress, not just kind of stagnating.”
If I were a betting man Seth Rollins has a long time before he has to worry about having to retire. But you never know what can happen in pro wrestling. It’s nice to know he’s got a backup plan though, and he essentially won’t have to leave the business in order to make that happen either. But you never know if WWE might just never let him go and hire him on as a coach in the WWE Performance Center when that day comes for The Architect to really hang up his boots.