Seth Rollins

According To Seth Rollins, The Industry Is Dead If Everyone Takes Logan Paul’s Route To The WWE

Seth Rollins’ matchup with Logan Paul at this year’s WrestleMania in Hollywood is all but inevitable. Before Paul’s interference in the United States Championship Elimination Chamber matches last month cost Rollins his chance to enter WrestleMania with a title, the two first met in the Royal Rumble match.

In a recent appearance on “Beyond The Bell,” Rollins elaborated on his belief that Paul is only a “tourist” in the business. Using Cyndi Lauper and Muhammad Ali as examples from the first WrestleMania, he said that it is advantageous for people from outside their world to enter it. “In the case of Logan Paul, I’m not sure what long-term value he will be able to provide for us. If you come in, do your thing, then leave, that’s one thing, but this guy is under contract with WWE, “Rollins said.

“He is expected to play in a few matches each season. You are not now the company’s ambassador because of this. Wrestling doesn’t work like that. I don’t want my pupils or the following generation to believe that’s how you succeed in wrestling. If everyone adopts that strategy, the industry will collapse.” The “WWE Raw” on March 6 will feature a face-to-face confrontation between Rollins and Paul as WrestleMania approaches in less than a month.

Logan Paul and Seth Rollins

Logan Paul and Seth Rollins appear to be heading for conflict now that their WWE WrestleMania 39 match is confirmed. When Rollins was defeated by Paul in the men’s Royal Rumble match, their paths first crossed. Then, Paul unexpectedly showed up during the United States Championship match at the Elimination Chamber to fight with Rollins.

Although Rollins has been a regular at WrestleMania for the past ten years. He hasn’t won a match there since defeating Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship at WrestleMania 35 in 2019. Seth Rollinshas criticised Logan Paul in recent weeks for being selfish and unconcerned with the success of the company. Nobody in the locker room gets along with Logan Paul, according to The Visionary, who made this assertion in a recent interview.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.