During an exclusive interview with Bleacher Report, former Universal Champion Seth Rollins has opened up about wanting to help the next generation of WWE Superstars right his current run with the company.
This comes after last night at SummerSlam, Seth Rollins went one-on-one with Dominik Mysterio, the latter of whom was making his wrestling debut at the second biggest pay-per-view of the year.
Dominik Mysterio did a great job in the match, for my money. He sold Rollins’ offence very well and looked incredibly smooth in the ring when doing moves of his own. His 619 was also pretty good.
While Dominik certainly held up his end of the bargain, Rollins was just as much part of the match, making Dominik look great in his first-ever wrestling match, on the big pay-per-view stage.
It seems like this may be something that we see more of from Seth Rollins in WWE, as the former Shield member told Bleacher Report of his desire to help the next generation of WWE talent:
“I think, for me, the next step is just to help out younger guys and younger talent and get the company in a really good place so if I do decide to step away at some point in the future, there will be people there to handle it and take over and make sure things go well and so they can pass on that information to the next group as well.
“It’s just helping out younger guys. With my wrestling school, I try to do the same thing. At the end of the day, I want wrestling to be awesome. I want to take this show through the roof.”
It has been speculated that later on this week at Payback, we are going to see Seth Rollins and Murphy team up to take on Dominik and his father Rey Mysterio, a match that could see Dom pick up his first WWE win.