Rumor: WWE Still Wants To Hold Back Seth Rollins’ Heel-Turn
It was earlier reported that Seth Rollins took a heel-turn on last week’s episode of Monday Night Raw. He started off the show by talking to the locker room members and blamed everyone for the loss at Survivor Series.
It appeared that it was evident villainous turn that was later solidified with an unnecessary delivery of Stomps on Kevin Owens.
This was an evident heel-turn for the former Universal Champion as noted by most of the media outlets. However, if the reports are any indications then WWE is still holding back the character alteration.
The events that transpired on Raw were really confusing that did not drop any hints on what could be waiting for him in the future.
As reported by ringsidenews.com, WWE may be holding back the heel-turn of Seth Rollins. The instability between the heel and babyface character of The Architect may have frustrated some fans and they weren’t alone.
Things became even more confusing, as Seth Rollins teamed with the babyface Viking Raiders to take on the OCs in a dark match on WWE RAW.
“Rollins and The Viking Raiders won a quick match, but The Architect did this as a babyface. We’ll have to see if WWE will finally turn Rollins heel, but it seems like they’re taking way longer than most expected especially after last week’s town hall meeting segment.”
As for this week, Seth Rollins opened this week’s edition of WWE RAW to note that he has nothing to do with the attack delivered by the Authors of Pain, last week.
This seemed to be the end of the show as he never moved forward. AOP attacked Owens for a second time which was also not an idea of Rollins, as claimed by him.
The situation has become pretty interesting at this point as curiosity remains high around Seth Rollins’ character around the WWE Universe. The situation may just get continued for sometimes before it gets solidified.
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