In a recent appearance on the Out of Character podcast, WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins opened up about his extravagant wardrobes and the inspiration behind his visionary character.

Known for his larger-than-life persona in the wrestling ring, Rollins shared his insights into the creation of his unique style and the joy he finds in portraying such an over-the-top character.

Rollins began by discussing the origins of his visionary character, explaining that he drew inspiration from legendary wrestling figures of the past. He mentioned iconic names such as Macho Man Randy Savage, Ric Flair, Superstar Billy Graham, and Gorgeous George as his sources of inspiration. These larger-than-life personalities with their flamboyant styles and charismatic presence became the blueprint for Rollins’ character development.

“I was just looking at like a Macho Man Randy Savage, I was looking at Ric Flair. I was looking at Superstar Billy Graham, and these people who were just, you know, over the top, Gorgeous George,” Rollins shared.


Rollins observed a gap in modern wrestling for this type of character executed at a high level, and he decided to fill that void. With his visionary character, he aimed to bring back the captivating, cult personality that had been missing in recent years. The response from fans has been overwhelming, and Rollins admitted that it has become his favorite thing he has ever done in his wrestling career.

“It’s probably my most favorite thing I’ve ever done. I’m having the most fun on a week to week basis as I’ve ever had in a wrestling ring, and after 20 years of doing it, that’s pretty awesome for me,” Rollins expressed.

Rollins’ wardrobes have become an integral part of his character’s presentation. From his colorful and eccentric attire to his elaborate accessories, every detail is carefully crafted to enhance the larger-than-life persona he portrays. Rollins’ fashion choices have drawn comparisons to the flamboyant styles of his wrestling inspirations, capturing the essence of their larger-than-life presence.

What are your thoughts on Seth Rollins’ visionary character and his outrageous wardrobes in WWE? Do you believe he has successfully captured the essence of legendary wrestling personalities like Savage, Flair, and Graham? Share your opinions in the comments below!

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