Seth Rollins Speaks on WWE's Perceived Violence

Seth Rollins sat down for an interview with the Des Moines Register to speak on the E:60 special that aired this week about the WWE Performance Center and NXT. A part of the interview that got really interesting was when Rollins spoke about the perceived violence of the WWE.

“It’s not a wrestling show, it’s a TV show about a wrestling show. It’s a classic morality tale. It’s a story as old as time. You have an antagonist and you have a protagonist. You have a conflict and you have a resolution.”

The article also touched on Rollins returning to Iowa for the first time since winning the title at WrestleMania and pointed out that he's the only WWE champion to hail from the state.


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