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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 Battleground 2014 Preview
    Jul 12th,2014 Filed in Preview Author: Mike

    20140707_Battleground_RollinsAmbrose_LIGHT_HPDean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins

    On July 20, Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins will wage war, as the two former Shield teammates will meet head-on in singles competition at WWE Battleground, has learned. The match has been in the making ever since Rollins turned on his Shield brethren on June 2.

    That betrayal sent shockwaves throughout WWE. The look of hurt in Ambrose’s eyes moments after Rollins swung a chair to the back of the third Hound of Justice, Roman Reigns, was soul-crushing. The reverberations of what it meant to his psyche broke Ambrose down long before the first strike of steel even connected with his flesh.

    Yet, he wouldn’t stay down for long. As Rollins began his new life of privilege alongside The Authority, Ambrose was beginning the process of transforming his fractured spirit into an unrelenting rage — a rage targeted squarely at Rollins.

    Since then, the eccentric Ambrose has smothered his former Shield cohort, pouncing on him any chance he gets, not allowing him to breathe. Rollins and The Authority have done their best to stop Ambrose in his tracks, but seemingly no matter how bad the beating, nothing will cease him in his mission to ruin Rollins. And now, with The Lunatic Fringe making it clear that his new objective is to make sure Rollins never successfully cashes in his Money in the Bank briefcase, the cataclysmic conflict between these two has reached yet another tipping point.

    So with the stage for battle finally set, will Seth Rollins be able to eliminate Dean Ambrose as he continues his ongoing evolution or will Ambrose’s wrath trump all else and allow him to do what he has been craving for months — smash Mr. Money in the Bank’s face in? Find out at WWE Battleground, live on WWE Network and pay-per-view on Sunday, July 20, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

    Source: Power Rankings – July12, 2014
    Jul 12th,2014 Filed in Power Rankings Author: Mike
    This Week Movement Superstar Last Week
    7 Seth Rollins
    Seth Rollins suffers a drastic drop in this week’s rankings after once again missing a potentially golden opportunity to cash in his Money in the Bank contract, thanks to Dean Ambrose’s interruption.

    WWE Live Event Results – June 28, 2014
    Jun 28th,2014 Filed in Live Event Author: Mike

    Portland, Maine:

    - Dean Ambrose defeated Seth Rollins by disqualification when Rollins wouldn’t quit beating on him in the corner.

    - Roman Reigns defeated Kane in a solid Last Man Standing match. Rollins ran in and then Ambrose ran in to take him out.

    Raw Coverage – June 16, 2014
    Jun 17th,2014 Filed in Raw Author: Mike

    Seth Rollins vs. Dolph Ziggler

    Dolph goes for a neckbreaker but Rollins hits an enziguiri, then he goes for a curbstomp but Dolph steps away and hits a DDT for two. Dolph goes for a Famouser but Rollins blocks it, then Dolph goes for a rollup before he applies a sleeperhold and transitions to a waistlock. He hits a Famouser off the ropes for another near fall, then he goes for a Zig Zag but Rollins sidesteps him and attempts a moonsault off the ropes. Dolph ducks and goes for another DDT, but Rollins catches him and powerbombs him into the turnbuckles, then he repeatedly punches him in the head and picks him back up. Rollins powerbombs him into the turnbuckles again and hits a Curb Stomp, then he goes for the cover but Dean Ambrose runs in and breaks up the pin.

    Winner: Seth Rollins

    Ambrose says he isn’t going to stop until he gets his hands on Rollins, so he should come back to the ring and get this over with. Ambrose says Rollins doesn’t do anything without Triple H’s permission but he should just save himself the time, but HHH appears on the Titantron and stops him. HHH says Ambrose wants to fight and that’s good, but he has some bad news, because he is going to face Wade Barrett right now.

    Dean Ambrose vs. Bad News Barrett

    Wade stomps Ambrose in the corner and hits a neckbreaker for two, then he applies a headlock and throws Ambrose shoulder first onto the floor. Ambrose is slow to get up, then Wade kicks him in the face and ribs as we go to a commercial break. We get back to see Wade hit Ambrose a few more times, then Ambrose catches him with a DDT and follows with some body shots and sets up a clothesline. Wade counters with Winds of Change, then he sets up Wasteland but Ambrose counters with a clothesline as Seth Rollins comes through the crowd. Ambrose punches Rollins as he jumps on the apron, then he throws Wade outside and takes both of them out with a suicide dive. Rollins runs away so Ambrose gives chase, and he brawls with Rollins in the crowd and gets counted out, but Ambrose runs back and hits Wade with Dirty Deeds.

    Winner: Dean Ambrose

    Stretcher Match
    John Cena vs. Kane

    During the ending of the match, Seth Rollins and Randy Orton come out of no where and begin to attack Cena. Orton hits an RKO on Cena in the middle of the ring. Rollins then goes out and grabs a chair. Ambrose comes out however and makes the save! Ambrose takes out Orton and Rollins, but then is chokeslammed by Kane. Cena then throws Kane over the ropes, and then throws the steel steps on him from the ring. Cena then gets Kane on the stretcher. Cena drags Kane to the finish line, but Kane sits up. Kane tries to chokeslam Cena, but Cena hits the AA on Kane onto the stretcher. Cena then pushes Kane over the line.

    Winner: John Cena

    New Twitter Photo from Seth – June 16, 2014
    Jun 16th,2014 Filed in Twitter Photo Author: Mike Power Rankings – June 14, 2014
    Jun 14th,2014 Filed in Power Rankings Author: Mike
    This Week Movement Superstar Last Week
    3 Seth Rollins
    Speaking of The Shield …

    Their former member (and current turncoat), Seth Rollins, moves up a spot this week on the rankings after securing some Peace of Mind against Dolph Ziggler during their clash on SmackDown. What does the future hold for The Architect? No one knows for sure, but right now he’s riding high next to The King of Kings.


    SmackDown Coverage – June 13, 2014
    Jun 13th,2014 Filed in SmackDown Author: Mike

    Bray Wyatt vs. Dean Ambrose

    There’s a lot of trash talk early on between both guys, and Bray ends up taking the advantage before they go to the last commercial of the night. After, they climb to the top rope and Wyatt gets off a few headbutts. He tries for a superplex, but Ambrose blocks it with headbutts of his own and dives off the rope – Wyatt catches him, but Ambrose rebounds off the ropes with a huge clothesline. Now he climbs the ropes, by himself this time, and hits a big missile dropkick for a two-count. He sets up for his front facelock driver, but Wyatt counters and hits a running lariat for a nearfall. Wyatt tries for a vertical suplex by Abrose counters, hits his finisher and… Seth Rollins is on the announce table. Ambrose goes after Seth, but Wyatt hits Sister Abigail and picks up the win. Seth Rollins laughs and heads to the back as Bray Wyatt stands over Ambrose and celebrates his victory.

    Winner: Bray Wyatt

    SmackDown Spoilers – June 13, 2014
    Jun 10th,2014 Filed in Spoilers Author: Mike

    Seth will be on SmackDown this Friday. Click below to read the spoilers!

    Click here to be spoiled!

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