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Seth did another interview with Jan Murphy of about what inspired his WWE career and his future plans with the MITB briefcase!
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Rollins on A Roll

“He got me hooked when I was at a very young age and I just fell in love with the pageantry of the WWE and the whole process of the entrances and the music and the larger-than-life personalities. I was hooked. I really haven’t looked back since then.”

“I just didn’t have an interest in anything scholastically and I didn’t know what else I wanted to do,” he said, before adding that he and his friends in those days were known to hold impromptu wrestling shows. “At the time, I was farting around with my friends in the backyard and doing stuff we probably shouldn’t have been doing — we were throwing shows for our friends and stuff like that,” Rollins said, admitting that his love of all things wrestling was too powerful to ignore.

While it certainly made sense in the mind of the then-teenager, selling his parents on a career as a wrestler wasn’t so easy.
“They were so apprehensive at first,” Rollins admitted. “They were very upset. My mom, being a good mom, made sure that I did take classes at community college while I was training at first. I probably took a year or two worth of classes. I never got a degree or anything.”

That approach paid huge dividends for Rollins on his way to the top. He succeeded at every stop along the way, including a reign as the Ring of Honor World champ.
Rollins is unwavering in his love and support of independent wrestling.
“I think independent wrestling in the (United) States and in Canada is super important,”…. There’s no way you can mimic that experience of travelling with your buddies in the car and learning night after night from working with guys who are better than you and guys who are worse than you. That is, to me, the ultimate apprenticeship of what we do and really just working your way up and crafting who you are as a professional and as a performer. It’s very important, I think, in what we do.”

“Being the first (champion) is awesome,” he said. “Everybody knows Pat Patterson was the first Intercontinental champion, Jim Duggan won the first Royal Rumble … everyone knows the first so it’s cool to have that honour, to always be the guy who was the first NXT champion and really set the table for what that brand has become. I feel really proud of that.”

“You just outwork everybody,” he said. “That’s the only way. You can talk about all the politics you want and all of the guys who’ve fallen off, so to speak, or whatever it may be, but to me, it’s just a matter of working harder than everybody else.”

“To me the biggest threat, and the biggest enemy, as far as injuries are concerned, is the schedule — the wear and tear; the wrestling every single night; the bumping every night,” he said. “Nine times out of 10, the stuff that really hurts the guys, or we get injured on, isn’t the big stuff…. I mean, we’re year-round. We don’t have breaks, we don’t have an off-season, we don’t have time to recover from our injuries the way a lot of professional athletes do. We are a one-of-a-kind business in that sense.

“Live events are just a lot of fun,” he said. “I enjoy the interactions with the people. They play a much bigger role in the shows than they (do with) TV.”
Asked how a fan might grab his attention, Rollins said: “If I see a good sign or something like that, I’ll give it a nod, or a little wink or something like that, but mostly I just like to get all the people on the same page and then I’ll fight with them a little bit. If it works, it works. If not, then we’ll try something new. Live events are the best, man. They’re a hell of a good time.”

Credit: Jan Murphy
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Published by Ash on July 2nd, 2014
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