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Name: Colby Lopez
Ring Name Seth Rollins
Born: May 28, 1986
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 217 lbs.
From: Davenport, Iowa
Signature Move: Peace of Mind

Mini Bio: Seth Rollins began his career as an independent wrestler who wasted no time making an impact in the world of sports-entertainment. After becoming the first NXT Champion in August 2012, Rollins quickly moved on to join forces with fellow NXT standouts Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns to wreak havoc on WWE. » Read More

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    WWE Raw Coverage – September 1, 2014
    Sep 1st,2014 Filed in Raw Author: Mike

    Chris Jericho comes out for the Highlight Reel, and talks about his guest Randy Orton, but the Authority enters the ring with him. Triple H mocks him and Jericho insults him right back, then HHH says John Cena versus Brock Lesnar might not be a good call. He says he studied the Summerslam match and says a rematch might not be best for business, and he might want another title contender for Night of Champions. Orton says he’s the only man who can beat Lesnar, then Kane and Rollins make their cases for the match, then Cena comes out and says this should stop. Cena says he doesn’t care who HHH’s friends are because they are the same ones who said he couldn’t beat HHH at Wrestlemania 22, and he made him tap out.

    Cena says he envoked his rematch clause and HHH authorized it, so he will sue him if it doesn’t happen and then he will get fired and beat his ass. HHH looks shocked that Cena brought up a lawsuit, and he says Cena is so blinded and small-minded that this is what he’s trying to avoid. He says he does what’s best for WWE everyday, and he might not think Cena as champion is best anymore, but Lesnar ended his career isn’t either. Rollins says he should just let him have the match and Orton agrees, saying he’s still waiting for his rematch, but Jericho says he’s gotten enough handed to him. Jericho says the last big match Orton had ended with him getting Superman punched, but Orton says that doesn’t mean anything and he’d kick Roman Reigns’ ass if he were here.

    Reigns comes through the crowd and says he’s here and waiting, then he says he didn’t think Orton would do anything, and he bets Rollins and Kane are still pissed at him for last week. He reminds Rollins that they still have unfinished business, but this is about the title right now and he also wants to throw his name in the mix. HHH says they will all get a chance to prove themselves tonight, and the six of them will fight tonight with HHH watching at ringisde. Rollins tries to hit Reigns with his briefcase as HHH leaves, but Reigns ducks and takes him down before throwing Rollins’ briefcase at him.

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    WWE Main Event Coverage – August 26, 2014
    Aug 26th,2014 Filed in Main Event Author: Mike

    Seth Rollins vs. Rob Van Dam

    RVD and Rollins start the match off with a Rollins take down. RVD however gets ups and both men counter each others kicks. Rollins gets the advantage first, until RVD hits him with an elbow. RVD flaunts to the crowd and Rollins hits him from behind. RVD then gets up and throws Rollins over the top rope. RVD then hits a cross body and flaunts to the crowd. Rollins takes a breather and then comes back with a clothesline of his own. We go to commercial.

    We return with Rollins in control. Rollins throws RVD into the turnbuckle, and then begins to work the arm. RVD begins to fight back, and finally gains some space after throwing Rollins into the corner. RVD then begins his comeback. RVD hits the Rolling Thunder but Rollins kicks out at 2. RVD goes to the top rope but Rollins pushes him off to the outside. RVD gets back in the ring at nine, and then Rollins begins to go off on RVD. RVD however fights back and Rollins gets counted out at 10.

    Winner: Rob Van Dam via count-out

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    Raw Fallout – August 25, 2014
    Aug 25th,2014 Filed in WWE on YouTube Author: Mike

    Seth Rollins speaks about his incident with Roman Reigns.




    WWE Raw Coverage – August 25, 2014
    Aug 25th,2014 Filed in Raw Author: Mike

    Kane comes out for a eulogy of Dean Ambrose, but he says it’s not to say goodbye to anyone, but he wants to celebrate the future of Seth Rollins. He welcomes Rollins to the ring and Rollins says fear wasn’t holding Ambrose back, but he had to prove The Authority always wins. Rollins says it’s no secret that the cinder blocks were placed at ringside on purpose, and Ambrose’s career can always be summed up with the words ‘what if?’. He says Ambrose should have walked away and learned from this, because it’s highly likely that they never see Dean Ambrose again. Rollins says he’s the one who created and destroyed The Shield, then Roman Reigns makes his way out and fights Kane at ringside. Kane tries to fight back but Reigns punches him and whips him into the steps, then Reigns tackles Rollins in the corner and whips him into the podium. Reigns hits him with the podium and clotheslines him, then he sets up for a Superman punch but Kane pulls him out of the ring.

    Seth Rollins is backstage, complaining to Kane about what Roman Reigns did, and he says Reigns is too stupid to realize what he did. He says what happened to Dean Ambrose will happen to him, then Rollins says he and Kane will face Reigns tonight, and take him out for good.

    Seth Rollins & Kane vs Roman Reigns

    Kane and Rollins stomp Reigns and Rollins splashes Reigns in the corner, then he connects with a running forearm before Kane whips him at Reigns. He goes for a clothesline but Reigns backdrops Rollins on the floor, then he pummels Kane in the opposite corner and hangs him up on the ropes. Rollins tries to intervene but Reigns slams him into the barricade and hits him a few times, then he throws him out of the way before hitting Kane with an apron kick. Reigns goes for a Superman punch but Kane blocks it and chokes him, only to have Reigns surprise him with a spear. Reigns makes the cover, but Rollins hits him with his briefcase to break it up and also causes the disqualification.

    Winner: Roman Reigns by disqualification

    Rollins hits Reigns a few more times and sends him into the barricade, then Kane joins in before revealing some more cinder blocks at ringside. Kane holds him while Rollins gets on the commentary table, but Reigns breaks free and takes Kane down before Superman punching Rollins. Reigns throws Kane into the ringpost and sends him to the ground, then Reigns picks up a cinder block and walks over towards Rollins, who begs him to stop. Reigns throws the block at his head but Rollins ducks and it shatters on the ringpost, then Rollins runs away as Reigns Superman punches Kane in the timekeeper’s area.

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    WWE.com Power Rankings – August 23, 2014
    Aug 22nd,2014 Filed in WWE.com Power Rankings Author: Mike
    This Week Movement Superstar Last Week
    3 Seth Rollins
    Seth Rollins moves into the top 3 after an incredibly successful week. Not only did Mr. Money in the Bank defeat Dean Ambrose on back-to-back nights, but it looks like he has put his unstable rival out of commission for the foreseeable future.
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    WWE App – Commercial Break August 22, 2014
    Aug 22nd,2014 Filed in WWE App Exclusive Author: Mike




    WWE SmackDown Coverage – August 22, 2014
    Aug 22nd,2014 Filed in SmackDown Author: Mike


    Seth Rollins vs. Jack Swagger

    Swagger opens with a waistlock takedown, then Rollins counters with a bodyscissors before heading up top. Swagger hits him on the way down, then we get back from a break to see Swagger avoid a corner splash and follow with a clothesline. Swagger hits a Swagger Bomb for two, then Rollins kicks him and springboards to the apron and hits an enziguiri. He jumps in but Swagger applies a Patriot Lock, then Rollins counters and goes for a Curb Stomp. Swagger sidesteps and tackles Rollins outside, then puts him in the Patriot Lock on the apron before sending him into the barricade. Rollins shoves Swagger into the ringpost, then he whips him into the crowd and Rollins waits for the referee’s count. Swagger makes it to the apron by 9, but Rollins Curb Stomps him and sends him back outside, winning after another full ten count.

    Winner: Seth Rollins via countout

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    WWE invades the 2014 summer blockbusters
    Aug 22nd,2014 Filed in WWE.com Article Author: Mike

    20140812_Nemisis2_642xvarDean Ambrose and Seth Rollins in “Nemeses”

    What happens when an unstable basket case (Dean Ambrose) moves next door to his moneyed mortal enemy (Seth Rollins)? See hijinks ensue as these polar opposites and former friends tear their homes apart in a series of wildly barbaric encounters involving steel chairs, wooden tables and even cinder blocks! There goes the neighborhood!

    - WWE.com




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