Seth Rollins opens up about his WWE retirement plans
Seth Rollins is one of the best wrestlers in the current wrestling industry, who is already in the talks of being the Mount. Rushmore of the wrestling industry of veterans. Rollins has been in the wrestling industry for so long since 2005 and has been in WWE since 2010. He has monumental records on his arsenal with two WWE Championships, one World Heavyweight Championship, two Universal Championships, two Intercontinental Championships, two United States Championships and six Raw Tag Team Championship reigns.
He is the second wrestler to become the two time Grand Slam Champion after The Miz. Already having a great reign, Rollins recently was subjected to a lot of injuries and a bad back, but somehow continues to wrestle. At this time The Visionary opened about his retirement thoughts.
Seth Rollins on Retirement possibility
World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins recently appeared on Mythical Kitchen where Rollins opened up on various topics. Rollins was asked about whether having a kid would affect his wrestling career and the possibility of him retiring. To which Rollins spoke his mind and admitted that he had thoughts on it.
“I’ve had a lot of injuries,” Seth Rollins admitted. “I’m constantly banged up, bumps and bruises here and there. Separated my shoulders more times than I can count. Broke my jaw, blew my knee out completely. Tore my MCL a separate time after that. I had a little baby girl, and then you start to think like okay, well when do I want to wrap this thing up?
“Mostly so I can be like an active father for her and not just be gone on the road all the time. I went to see one of my favorite bands a couple weeks ago called The Wonder Years. And their lead singer Dan is a good friend of mine, and he’s got this bit where he kind of like, tell the audience we’re closer to the end than we are to the beginning.
“And that resonated with me and like the crowd boos and they’re like, no don’t boo. But then he turns around, he’s like we got a lot more in the fucking tank. So that’s how I felt; that was a real fire-up moment for me. But yeah, man. I mean, it’s the first time in a long time probably in my whole career that I’ve been like, what’s the endgame here? When am I going to hang it up?”
Rollins was then asked how long he will be hanging in the industry. To which Rollins revealed that he is not stopping anytime soon.
“I don’t intend on stopping anytime soon, Like I said, I’m still in that window. The business is hot. I’m having a lot of fun. So I don’t know. I don’t see it anytime in the immediate future. Let’s just say that.”
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