Seth Rollins has evolved into a workhorse for the global juggernaut, with his matches serving as the centerpiece of every show he appears at. Rollins has been on a rampage this year, with wins against Roman Reigns, Cody Rhodes, and Matt Riddle ranking among the best of the year, irrespective of promotion. Vince Russo recently opened up out about Seth Rollins, wondering what makes him unique enough to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
Vince believes the former world champion lacks anything special that distinguishes him from the rest of the WWE roster. In the most recent episode of Writing with Russo, he stated that Rollins will be inducted into the Hall of Fame just because he is a dependable act and a long-tenured part of the company.
If those factors were sufficient to earn a spot in the Hall of Fame, most athletes would be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, according to Russo. The former WWE writer carried on to say that a performer should have something unique and unusual about them in order to be considered for the honor.
Bro, listen, come on, let’s be honest. If you’re looking at Seth Rollins right now, two levels for the Hall of Fame is what you’re looking at. Okay, he’s a good little hand, and number two, he’s been there for a while. Guess what, bro? If that’s how the baseball Hall of Fame works, everybody would be in it. If you’re there, you’re a good little hand, and then if you can stick around for X number of years, everybody would be in it.
There’s gotta be something special, something special about you. What is special about the dude? Just ask yourself that question, man.
Seth Rollins is aiming to regain the US Championship from Austin Theory. If their explosive match on last week’s RAW is any indication, Rollins and Theory could meet in the ring many more times. Let’s see what happens. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Ringside News.
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