WWE champion Seth Rollins got up early this morning to promote the RAW event in Dallas, Texas on Monday night. Rollins stopped by the 105.3 The Fan Dallas/Ft. Worth to talk about a variety of topics which ranged from wrestling AJ styles in the WWE, the fallout from his match with Sting at Night of Champions, and a couple of embarrassing moments
On whether he talked to Sting following their match at Night of Champions – Yes, he and I had a conversation after the match, it wasn’t like he was completely out of it he just had a little bit of a scary situation. You have to hand it to the guy. Sting is 56 years old. That’s incredible. I’m 29 so the fact that he was able to get in there and do the things he did for that match and stuff, it was really a testament to how good of shape he’s kept himself in over the years and stuff like that. And you know it’s not ballet. We don’t get in there and dance around. It’s physical, he pulled no punches, and he wanted to go all of the way, balls to the wall. We got to talk a little bit after, he’s doing very well now. He’s hanging out in Dallas recuperating and stuff so it is really good to hear from him. He actually had some really kind words to say about me as well and I appreciate that coming from someone who I looked up to quite a bit when I was younger.
On Whether he’d enjoy seeing AJ Styles get a shot at NXT and hopefully the main roster – “Oh sure, there’s tons of guys out there who have worked really hard for a long time. I don’t talk to AJ on the regular but I think he’s doing pretty alright with the New Japan Bullet Club and Ring of Honor. He’s made a great career for himself doing his thing, AJ is someone I’d love to work with at this stage in both of our careers I think we’re both pretty much at the top of our games so it’d be cool. You never know.”
Check out the entire interview where Seth gets into the old title vs. belt debate, talks about his influences, and more from his in-studio appearance at 105.3 THE FAN Dallas/Ft. Worth over via this link.