Seth Rollins represents WWE proudly and he’s not afraid to stick up for the company when needed. This is something he has done a few times in recent memory.

While recently speaking with BT Sport, Seth Rollins went into the current WWE product and the criticisms they receive. He said that everyone in the company wants to put out a good product and they continually work on doing just that.

“Everyone, and I’m not just talking about the wrestlers. Everyone from Vince McMahon down whether it is a creative team member, whether it is a production team member, whether it is an aide, and writer’s assistant anybody you know we all take pride in our jobs.”

Rollins said that everyone in WWE takes pride in their jobs and they all got into the business because they are fans. They want to do the best job possible which makes criticism hard to take.

“I think when we get laughed or made fun of by our hardcore audience that puts a chip on our shoulder. I don’t think that we take lightly the idea that we lost a step or things aren’t what they used to be or you can’t do this or you can’t do that.”

“I can speak for the locker room we are full of people who are extremely talented, extremely hardworking and we do the best we can with the hand we’re dealt and sometimes in 2020, you know with COVID and the pandemic and the quarantine and everything that’s been shut down I mean we’re backed up against the wall. Sometimes that’s when artists do our best work when there is frustration and angst and a need to prove others wrong.”

Seth Rollins said that the drive to improve the WWE product goes “all the way from the bottom to the top” in the company. WWE is obviously doing things to change up their current product. Moving to the Amway Center will be an interesting change of pace. We’ll have to see if a better quality show comes with it.

Transcription by Ringside News

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