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Category: Interviews

Article Credit:
Writer: By Brian Fritz @BrianFritz from the “Between The Ropes” Podcast

No one ever wants to suffer an injury, especially one as big as the one Seth Rollins experienced in November 2015. He was on a roll at the time and arguably the biggest heel in the WWE. Rollins was riding high. Then during an overseas match with Kane, his momentum came to a halt as he tore the ACL, MCL and medial meniscus in his knee. It would be more than seven months before “The Architect” returned to the ring.

There was a positive as he was offered a role in the WWE Studios movie “Armed Response” and now had the time to do it.
The movie, which also stars Wesley Snipes and Anne Heche, finds Rollins and a team of highly trained soldiers looking into the disappearance of another team. As they investigate, they find themselves trapped inside a military compound controlled by artificial intelligence and things quickly get out of control.

Sporting News spoke with Rollins about being in his first feature film, fighting Anne Heche, recovering from his knee injury during filming, becoming a good guy in WWE, and getting the cover of the upcoming WWE 2K18 video game. “Armed Response” will be available on digital download and limited theatrical release beginning on Friday, August 4.

SPORTING NEWS: How was the movie making experience for “Armed Response” for you overall seeing this is the first feature film you’ve done?
SETH ROLLINS: Yeah, this is the first one. It was cool. Honestly, it was a good experience. I had no idea what it was going to be like going in. I had no preconceptions or anything like that. I was going in with an open mind and it was a lot different than what I’m used to doing live shows all the time. It was super-interesting and a fun experience, a learning experience for me.

SN: How would you explain this movie is someone asked you? Is it a horror movie, it is a thriller?
SR: I’d call it more of a suspense-thriller. There are some elements of action and horror but that’s not the predominant theme. It’s more of a suspense thriller, a whodunit trying to figure out how the other Special Forces team was supposed to be manning this outpost and have gone missing. There’s a lot of elements of who, what, when, where, stuff like that.
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Published by Ash on August 5th, 2017
Filed in Interviews, Media Appearance, Rollins News

WWE’s Seth Rollins on Playing the Jerk in Armed Response

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Writer Credit: By Matt Fowler (Writer at IGN & member of the Television Critics Association.
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Video Clip Credit: Saban Films (Theatrical Release Distributor on Behalf of WWE Films)

Before WWE Superstar Seth Rollins heads into SummerSlam on Sunday, August 20th, you can watch him suit up for some spooky action in Armed Response – a new paranormal thriller from WWE and KISS legend Gene Simmons that opens in theaters and On Demand on Friday, August 4th. Starring Wesley Snipes, Anne Heche, Dave Annable, and Simmons himself in a cameo role, Armed Response follows a team of special forces soldiers as they investigate an artificial intelligence gone wrong inside a secret high-tech facility known as The Temple.

Rollins, in his very first movie roll, stars as one of the most brutal members of Snipes’ highly-skilled black ops unit and as the mystery deepens and the danger rises, Rollins’ Bret starts to become more and more unhinged. I had the pleasure of speaking to Rollins about his first foray into film and what it was like to go toe-to-toe with…Anne Heche.

IGN: When did you film Armed Response?
Seth Rollins: It was all shot in April of 2016, I want to say.

IGN: Yeah, you looked pretty mobile and I was wondering how it coincided with your knee injury.
Rollins: I was right at the end of my rehab period. So I got hurt and had surgery in November of 2015 so this was probably five months or so out from that. I was at the very end of my rehab so I was moving around pretty well, though I still had a ways to go before I was ring ready, but I was certainly silver screen ready.
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Published by Ash on August 5th, 2017
Filed in Interviews, Media Appearance, Rollins News

Seth was very busy promoting SummerSlam these past few days! He spent a day at ESPN HQ doing various videos for different segments and ESPN’s social media platforms. I’ve gathered all the videos right here for your viewing pleasure and just in case anyone missed one as it was a very busy day! And if anyone likes to save videos we should have links to downloadable versions of these soon; as well the screen-captures for these interviews are coming and there will be another post with those links for everyone.

Video Links:

His & Hers

ESPN His & Hers Segment (Alternate Video – Dailymotion)

First Take


Facebook Live Q&A With The Fans (Alternate Video – Dailymotion)

ESPN Q&A Video (Full – Dailymotion)

Seth Rollins Imagines his Alter-ego

Seth on ESPN SportsCenter Clip #1

Sportscenter Clip #2 (Instagram)

Published by Ash on August 21st, 2016
Filed in Interviews, Rollins News, Video

This weeks guest on the Friday episode of Talk is Jericho is once again Seth Rollins! Seth was on a previous episode of Talk is Jericho (Ep. 94) and now he’s back again for Ep. 253. For the first time he speaks out about the demise of his old finishing move, using the pedigree, more about what he did on his time off from injury and lots more!

Give it a listen right here! Or download the episode on iTunes!

Published by Ash on June 3rd, 2016
Filed in Interviews

Up Up Down Down Madden Final – Coming Sunday
The last episode to the Madden Final that has been happening on Up Up Down Down’s Youtube channel will finally be posted this Sunday! The Twitter account has been teasing the final with preview pictures and today an interview with Seth appeared as well! Seth is last years Madden Tournament Champion (that’s why his nickname is #Champ on the popular gaming channel) and he looks to defend that trophy. He will face off against Jack Swagger (Oklahomie) and he had a special video promo you can watch below! And check out our screen captures as well:

Published by Ash on January 9th, 2016
Filed in Gallery Additions, Interviews, Screen Captures

The following was an interview posted on WWE’s official site for the middle east. The interview has been translated to the best of our ability using a few online sources and re-worded to make sense. We apologize for any errors and there are a few admin notes in the piece in places were sentences or words could not be translated. (IF anyone can read Arabic, read the original interview & notices any errors please contact us)

    WWE Arabic Website Interview with Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins the WWE audience around the world believe that you are on the road to become the greatest champion in the history of WWE. What do you think of this and do you think that they are right?
At the beginning, it didn’t seem like I was on my way to become the greatest champion to ever hold the Heavy Weight belt in WWE. But now because I really am the greatest hero in the history of the WWE and certainly because of how I’ve been presenting myself each week, every month on Raw and everywhere else with the oldest best belt in WWE history, I therefore leave the fans with that impression.

What made you want to become a star in WWE? And when did you know you wanted to take this route?
For me, it was very early when I became enthralled by everything in WWE from the figures to the movements, it’s all spectacular, the image it has on television, I was 13 years old when I was overwhelmed by it and decided that I wanted to become a star in wrestling to get to WWE.
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Published by Ash on October 10th, 2015
Filed in Interviews

Thank you all for being so patient for these as personal circumstances prevented the Webmiss from doing a lot the past two weeks. I appreciate the support! A bunch of screen captures from SummerSlam weekend interviews have been added to our gallery as well as the Superstar Ink Captures!

Video: SI Now Interview
Video: SB Nation Interview
Video: Yahoo Screen Test with Seth Rollins
Video: Hot Topic: Hot Minute with Seth Rollins
Video: Seth Rollins Superstar Ink

Published by Ash on September 4th, 2015
Filed in Gallery Additions, Interviews, Media Appearance, Screen Captures

A couple weeks ago Seth was a guest on Austin Creed’s (Xavier Woods) gaming channel on YouTube! The two sat down for a brief interview and to play some old school Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Turtles In Time. We’ve uploaded captures of his appearance and included the video here!

Published by Ash on August 10th, 2015
Filed in Gallery Additions, Interviews

Credit: Nick Schwartz, USA Today (For the Win)

Seth Rollins will defend his WWE title Sunday night in the main event at Battleground in St. Louis on the WWE Network, facing Brock Lesnar in a match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
With just a few days to Battleground, Rollins talked to FTW about Todd Frazier lifting the WWE title at the Home Run Derby, Brock Lesnar’s title reign as a part-timer, and his favorite promos.

FTW: You’ve had an amazing run since becoming the WWE World Heavyweight Champion at WrestleMania in March. How does your life change going from a regular guy on the roster to being the champ?
Seth Rollins: There’s a lot of pressure involved. Everyone looks at you to anchor the show every night. You’re the guy that’s drawing the houses. You’re the guy that everyone wants to beat, and you’ve got the spot everyone wants to take. The bullseye on the back of your head gets a little bit deeper and darker every night. It’s certainly an interesting line to walk, but it’s been fun and I’m enjoying the process of being champion.

FTW: Is there anything that has caught you by surprise in your role as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion?
Seth Rollins: How welcoming everyone else has been. With that bullseye comes a level of competition, but I think it’s healthy. I think everybody else in the locker room is pretty happy to have a full-time champion on the roster again. A guy who’s defending the title in Peoria, Illinois, as well as WrestleMania. I think it’s cool for the boys to see a champion in the locker room every day and not just every few months like it was for the past year.

FTW: Do you think that the champion should be at every show?
Seth Rollins: Traditionally it’s important for the champion to be on the live events and draw the houses. We’re not living in traditional times. It’s 2015, Brock held the title through 2014. Certainly his lack of appearances makes the ones that he does have very special, but I am more of a traditionalist, and I enjoy being a champion that’s on all the shows. I enjoy being the guy that’s on the marquee every night, the one they come to see. So, for me, I like that business model better than the Brock Lesnar business model.
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Published by Ash on July 17th, 2015
Filed in Interviews

Credit: Vaughn Johnson, Sports Producer (

Every wrestling fan likely has dreamed of being the WWE World Heavyweight champion at some point.
Every wrestling fan, at some point, has wanted to know what it was like to be Hulk Hogan, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin or The Rock and what it was like to walk even a city block in their shoes.

Seth Rollins is one of the very few fans who was actually able to turn that dream into reality, doing it at WrestleMania back on March 29.
It took a lot of hard work for Rollins, once just another wrestling fan in Davenport, Iowa, to make it to that point.
But once he won the title, the hard work was just beginning.

The WWE World Heavyweight title belt features a massive main plate that is emblazoned with the WWE logo. It also features two side plates that can be removed and customized for whoever the current champion is.
On the night Rollins won his first WWE World Heavyweight title, the side plates of the former champion were removed and replaced with the logos of Rollins.

When those side plates were put on the title, it officially became Rollins’ property, but it also meant that wherever he goes, he’s Seth Rollins all the time, and that days when he gets to go home and simply be Colby Lopez (his real name) are few and far between.

The workload for a champion is hefty inside the ring and in front of a television camera, but it is just as cumbersome outside of that realm. Traveling for weeks at a time and sitting down for media appearances and interviews, much like the one he conducted with, make up the bulk of his time outside of the ring.
The day after winning the title, Rollins flew from San Jose, Calif. all the way to New York to appear on the Today Show first thing in the morning. He then flew back to California to appear on Monday Night Raw as the company’s new champion.
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Published by Ash on July 17th, 2015
Filed in Interviews