“I Am Representing the World Heavyweight Championship” – Seth Rollins Reveals Unspoken WWE Truth About Roman Reigns
Seth Rollins recently stated that he and Roman Reigns are not the same as WWE world champions.
Reigns won the Universal Championship in 2020. Then, last year, he combined it with the WWE title. He’s been a world champion for more than 1,000 days now. On the other hand, Rollins became the first-ever World Heavyweight Champion this year by beating AJ Styles at Night of Champions. Reigns doesn’t wrestle as often, but Rollins is regularly seen on RAW and at live shows.
Seth Rollins on Roman Reigns
In an interview on After The Bell, Rollins talked about how he’s different from Reigns. He said the main thing that sets them apart is how often you see the championship they hold.
“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,” he said.
“We’re hustling, man. It’s in Cape Girardeau, it’s in Huntsville, Alabama, it’s in Memphis, Tennessee, and this Saturday, it’s gonna be in Pittsburgh and it’s gonna be defended against Shinsuke Nakamura. The work never ends, man,” he added.
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Rollins comments on his title reign
After becoming the World Heavyweight Champion, Seth Rollins has fought against different wrestlers like Finn Balor, Damian Priest, and Bron Breakker to defend his title. Next Saturday, he’s going to risk losing it when he faces Shinsuke Nakamura at Payback.
On After The Bell, The Visionary said that the World Heavyweight Championship is starting to become more unique and important.
The Visionary stated on After The Bell that the World Heavyweight Championship is becoming more unique and important.
“I feel like we’ve done a really good job as far as the World Heavyweight Championship is concerned. I’m really proud of the work that we’ve put in. And the title is on its way to feeling special,” he said.