In an interview with Red Eye Chicago to promote tonight’s WWE RAW, WWE superstar Seth Rollins discussed the launch of the WWE Network, where he sees himself in 5 years time and much more.
Highlights of the interview are below:
On where he sees himself in five years time: “Five years? I see myself as World Champion. If you were in my position and you aren’t saying that, something is wrong with you. I want to be holding a title, beating up John Cena and Randy Orton and headlining pay-per-views. I have the confidence and drive and those goals would be satisfying.”
His thoughts on the WWE Network: “For me, first and foremost, I am a fan. I logged in a few days ago and it’s amazing, you can’t put it any way else. I am scrolling through the old pay-per-views, looking at the Eddie Guerrero matches from Judgement Day and I did everything on my phone. It’s a revolutionary step going forward and will change the way the business model is formed in the next century. This is the next big step and this is something that will continue to grow each and every day. With all the old NXT shows, there will be plenty of my matches I can go back and watch as well, to relive those “rookie” days. I think in the near future, you could see a section of just Seth Rollins.”
On working the Royal Rumble and moving onto WrestleMania: “The Rumble was amazing, to be in the match that long and being part of that list that not many appear on is very humbling and satisfying. I would have liked to gotten the W, but I did my best, I think I made a big impact and was very proud of my performance. Heading into WrestleMania, it’s the most exciting time of the year. Right now, I don’t know the plans yet for The Shield or myself, but I know there will be an impact made. With so many things going on right now leading up to the big show at New Orleans, there’s that little extra self-push that wants you to put on the very best match each and every night.”
The interview is available in full at this link.