Seth Rollins is undoubtedly one of the top stars in WWE right now, and he has gone through numerous changes in the past few years. Seth Rollins knows all the sacrifices he had to make in order to make it big in the world of professional wrestling and it appears Rollins stated that wrestlers have to endure a lot of suffering.

The Visionary made a name for himself in the independent circuit in promotions such as Ring Of Honor, before he made his way to WWE and became the global sensation that he is today.

The WWE World Heavyweight Champion has suffered his fair share of injuries over the course of his career and is well aware of how much he had to endure to make it in the business.

While speaking on the Impaulsive podcast with Logan Paul, Seth Rollins talked about weapons being used in the world of professional wrestling. Rollins added that while the intention to inflict harm isn’t there, the results remain the same.


“There’s just a level of suffering you just have to be willing to endure, that’s no joke, I think people, obviously there’s a level of workmanship to it, like I’m not really trying to end you with a ladder to your body,

But also there is no fighting it, if I’m throwing a ladder at you, they are just hard, steel ladders, metal ladders, and they are just going to attack your body. You’re going to try and survive it as best you can.”

WWE also has major plans for Seth Rollins as far as his SummerSlam opponent is concerned. Regardless, we will have to wait and see how WWE will continue to book Rollins and Finn Balor’s feud in the coming weeks.

What are your thoughts on what Seth Rollins said? Do you agree with him? Sound off in the comments below!

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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