Seth Rollins finally captured a singles title in nearly 1000 days when he defeated Bobby Lashley for the United States Championship tonight on Raw. Rollins won the match with a curb stomp. He achieved an incredible career milestone in the process as well.

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Seth Rollins became the second two-time grand slam champion following his win over The Almighty tonight on Raw. Only one man has achieved that milestone before him and his name is The Miz.

A total of 26 superstars, past and present, have their names on WWE’s Grand Slam Champions list. Rollins became a Grand Slam Champion for the first time in his career following his win over The Miz and Finn Balor at WrestleMania 34.

Seth Rollins first United States Championship victory came way back in 2015, when he defeated defending champion John Cena during a double title match at SummerSlam.

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