Seth Rollins is the Visionary of WWE and has done a lot for the business since his debut in the company more than a decade ago. He is a surefire WWE Hall Of Famer in the future, but that doesn’t mean Rollins hasn’t planned something out for his life after retirement.

The WWE World Heavyweight Champion 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.

While speaking on Jimmy Traina’s SI Media podcast, Seth Rollins was asked about his plans after retiring from the world of professional wrestling. Rollins revealed that he wants a career in the NFL as an analyst once he hangs up his pro wrestling boots.

“I would love [to be an NFL analyst]. Any chance we get to talk about football. I am all about it.


Obviously I’ve got a ways to go [in wrestling],” Rollins said. “I’m hitting my prime right now, just hitting my stride, I got some time, but I would love to parlay into working with the NFL in some capacity. I’m just such a fan and it’s one of my only other real passions that I have time for. If anybody wants to have me on their show … I would love it.”

WWE also has major plans for Seth Rollins as far as his SummerSlam opponent is concerned. Regardless, we will have to wait and see whether Rollins will end up winning the match this week.

What’s your take on what Seth Rollins said? Do you think he will be a good NFL analyst? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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