WWE is going strong as renewed interest in the product has risen since WrestleMania, and a UFC merger might have helped with that. Vince McMahon inserted himself back into the creative mix, and that caused a lot of chaos on the RAW after WrestleMania.
Vince McMahon showed up to the RAW after WrestleMania, and he tore up their plans. He also changed up segments during the show, calling for new production sheets to be written. Seth Rollins was not happy about this, and a fan actually captured his furious reaction on camera.
According to Freddie Prinze Jr, Seth Rollins walked out during the RAW after WrestleMania. He was so upset about them cutting to commercial while his segment started that he just couldn’t take Vince McMahon’s constant changes.
“They played a commercial during his intro, and then we could kind of hear him having a freak-out on some … production people. He was going ‘Why is there a commercial?!’ You couldn’t really hear what he was saying. You could just tell he was mad.”
“He said, ‘What the hell is going on?!’ I saw that coming out of his mouth,” Prinze added. “I think he was more pissed than pissed at them. I think he was pissed when he went backstage at whoever did that. But if I was him, I would’ve been just as angry, and I thought the way he dealt with it was so hardcore and awesome. Instead of cutting a promo, he just throws the mic out of the ring and walked out — and walked out of the friggin’ show.”
WRKD Wrestling has been able to squash the rumors about Seth Rollins quitting WWE. He isn’t done with the company, although life at home with this family would be tempting.
Squashing any rumors, Seth Rollins currently has no plans to leave the WWE.
One of the driving points is the amount of time he gets to spend with his family while on the road and he isn’t looking to change that.
We’ll have to see what happens in the future, because this is still a developing situation. Some top WWE Superstars were reportedly so upset after Vince McMahon came back that they were prepared to request their releases from the company.
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