Seth Rollins is most definitely one of the biggest stars in all of WWE. He has seen great success in many ways, especially after debuting as part of The Shield. Rollins has changed fan perception over the years for a multitude of reasons. In fact, Rollins was recently called the William Shakespeare of WWE.
Over the past few years, The Visionary has undergone significant transformations. From 2019 to 2021, he was perhaps at his most despised. However, in the past year, his stock has increased by a huge margin.
For a while now, Paul and Seth Rollins have been in conflict. During the Royal Rumble, Paul ejected Rollins from the event, and at the Elimination Chamber, he assaulted Rollins, causing him to be eliminated from the United States Championship match.
It will now culminate in a match at WrestleMania 39. While speaking on the Hall of Fame podcast, Booker T gave props to Logan Paul for properly understanding the art of selling in pro wrestling. He then went on to call Seth Rollins the William Shakespeare of WWE.
“It seems Logan Paul understands the four stages of selling. For me, that right there is impressive. To be able to go out there with Seth Rollins, a guy who knows exactly what he’s doing in the middle of that squared circle. A guy that can take you and lead you where we need to go. ‘If you get off, trust me, I can correct it.’ That’s what Seth Rollins is capable of doing. Only thing I need Logan Paul to do is keep his ears open.
He’s a storyteller, man. That’s been his greatest attribute, I think. People don’t look at that, because he is an awesome talent, that can do just about anything in the ring as well, from a physical perspective, but the guy understands what this business really is. The talent is in the ring. All he [Logan Paul] has to do is keep his ears open. He’s in the ring with Shakespeare. All he has to do is follow.”
WWE has already confirmed that Logan Paul will do battle with Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 39. It remains to be seen whether The Visionary will defeat The Maverick at the Show of Shows.
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