Seth Rollins has released some interesting merchandise, with a retro Tyler Black t-shirt now available.
Black and Brave are now selling a ‘Tyler F’N Black’ shirt. Tyler Black was the ring name used by Seth Rollins before he joined WWE.
The former ROH star first started going by ‘Seth Rollins’ at an FCW taping in September 2010.
Seth Rollins notably runs the Black and Brave Wrestling Academy in Davenport, Iowa alongside Marek Brave.
A number of notable wrestlers have been trained at the school including NXT’s Nathan Frazer.
The merchandise store features a number of other shirt designs related to Rollins, including a ‘Bye Bye Bitch’ tee, referencing his WrestleMania 39 rivalry with Logan Paul.
Rollins defeated the influencer during WrestleMania 39 Saturday, despite interference from KSI.
He returned to the ring on Monday’s (April 17) edition of Raw, defeating The Miz in singles action.
Rollins is on a WWE TV win streak, with his most recent televised loss coming against The Miz on the February 20 show.
Stay up to date with WWE win/loss records for 2023 using our tracker, which you can find right here.
Retro t-shirt available at https://t.co/FITwaHJIOM now! pic.twitter.com/pe4rUsgbgw
— BLACK×BRAVE (@BlackandBrave) April 18, 2023
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