Seth Rollins is the Visionary of WWE and has accomplished a lot in the business since his debut in the company more than a decade ago. After all, he is already a bonafide future WWE Hall Of Famer thanks to his incredible achievements in the company. That said, it appears he explained the one thing that doesn’t get talked about regarding Roman Reigns.

Seth Rollins last faced Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Championship to kick off the Royal Rumble event last year. The Visionary played mind games with Reigns as he brought back the Shield gimmick for the match.

Their match ended in disqualification after Roman Reigns choked out Rollins without letting him go. Rollins has usually beaten Reigns in big matches, with wins over him at WrestleMania 31 and Money in the Bank 2016 as well.

While speaking with After The Bell, Seth Rollins compared himself to Roman Reigns. The Visionary then claimed the most significant difference between the two is the visibility of the championship.


“The one thing that I think kind of doesn’t get talked about or flies under the radar a little bit, and I don’t mean this as a knock on Roman’s schedule of choice or anything like that, but the actual visibility of the championships. And I mean physically seeing the title in person, on graphics, on TV every week. (…) It almost feels like Roman Reigns is the championship as opposed to Roman Reigns is the champion. Whereas Seth Rollins is wearing the World Heavyweight Championship. I am representing the World Heavyweight Championship.

Seth Rollins also made it clear that he doesn’t want to be champion like Roman Reigns but instead wants to be like CM Punk. It remains to be seen whether Rollins and Reigns will square off against each other in the future again. After all, fans would love to see the two engage in a long feud next time.

What are your views on this story? Do you want to see Seth Rollins square off against Roman Reigns again in the future? Let us know in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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