Seth Rollins has provided an update on his schedule following his WWE World Heavyweight Championship victory.
Rollins won the new title at WWE Night of Champions 2023, defeating AJ Styles in the World Heavyweight Championship tournament finals.
Prior to Rollins’ victory, reports indicated that there was some hesitancy backstage about Rollins becoming champion because of his movie obligations, however it was later clarified that these concerns weren’t pressing while Rollins is still with WWE full-time.
Rollins has now taken to Twitter to share his schedule for June 2023, revealing his 13 dates for the month.
The Visionary is currently scheduled to work the following shows:
June 3 – White Plains
June 4 – Manchester
June 5 – Hartford (WWE Raw)
June 9 – Des Moines
June 12 – Wichita (WWE Raw)
June 17 – Cincinnati
June 18 – Charleston
June 19 – Cleveland (WWE Raw)
June 26 – Savannah (WWE Raw)
June 28 – Liverpool
June 29 – Sheffield
June 30 – Newcastle
Rollins will defend his new title for the very first time at the June 3 WWE house show in White Plains, NY.
You can read more about Rollins’ first title defence right here.
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White Plains 6/3
Des Moines 6/9
— Seth Rollins (@WWERollins) June 2, 2023
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