Seth Rollins has been through a pretty wild ride this year in WWE. He saw the Shield’s reformation and eventual disintegration once again. He carried the Intercontinental Title for 119 days and then lost it to his former brother Dean Ambrose at WWE TLC in a match that didn’t make Vince McMahon happy at all. It’s been quite a story for The Architect.
Through the good times and the bad, Rollins sent out a deep and introspective message summing up his 2018 in the best way possible. It’s good to see that he can take everything into consideration and process it all like this. This shows why he’s one of WWE’s top guys and even replaced Roman Reigns in more ways than one in WWE.

“This year was my favorite year in professional wrestling because it was the most intentional of my career.”
“At the start of 2018, there wasn’t a lot of buzz around me and some people were wondering (including me) if maybe my best years were behind me.”
“With the support of my friends, my fans, and my WWE family I was able to capitalize on opportunities given and transform that doubt into momentum.”
“I hit a stride so smooth that my confidence shot through the stratosphere. I began to flourish in the roles of general and leader. I was able to travel the world, make new friends, share the ring with some of the most talented humans on the planet, and learn a little about a lot I didn’t know before.”
“I don’t know what 2019 is gonna look like, but I am forever grateful that I am able to experience the life I’ve been given. Thank you to everyone out there that played any part in making my 2018 what it was. It’s never too late to turn it all around.”

No matter how tough 2018 might have been for Rollins, he’s obviously focused on making 2019 his year as well. He’s been through a lot, but he’s also loved every moment and opportunity he’s been given. Perhaps, 2019 will be undoubtedly the year for Rollins as he was also penciled in for a huge WrestleMania match the last we heard.

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