Bengaluru, Nov 6: Seth Rollins is the most popular guy in the WWE Raw roster, right now. He was having immense popularity even when he was playing the villainous character on-screen.
Now that he has turned babyface to pick up a feud against the COO of the WWE, Triple H, his fan following has even got bigger.
Recently, Rollins had a live Facebook chat session with his fans. He addressed a lot of things including his rivalry with Triple H, the return of Goldberg, finishing maneuver and more.
Rollins was asked about borrowing the Pedigree move from Triple H and why he is still using it despite the betrayal by him.
Rollins said that there is no replacement for him and teased the possibility of buying a new finishing move in the future,
"No, you know what, let's talk about that finisher for a minute. Look, the reason I did the pedigree, to begin with, was a tribute to Triple H.
"So now, every single time I deliver a pedigree, it's me sticking my fist up in the air and telling him to stick it up his rear-end.
"He thinks he can stick it to me by anointing Kevin Owens as the new guy? There is no replacement for Seth Rollins.
So, every single pedigree from now until I drop Triple H on his big, stupid nose, that's gonna mean something, that's gonna mean something.
"That's me sticking it to the man, sticking it to Triple H. So no, no new finisher, not until I'm done with Triple H."
Rollins also talked that he would love to face the former NXT champion, Samoa Joe. When he will be done with his NXT stint, he will definitely like to start a feud with the former TNA superstar.
"Uh, I'd love to face Samoa Joe, Dawn. It's been uh, it's been a long time since I've been in the ring with Joe. I think we've both grown a lot as performers, and uh, I think we'd actually tear the house down.
"So, hopefully, um, you know, once Joe's done with his stuff in NXT, and uh, he can come make his way up here and we can have a good fight."
While speaking about Goldberg he ironically might have made the honest remark saying that Lesnar will rip apart the 50-year-old superstar,
"Am I gonna go after Goldberg? To be honest with you, I don't think there's going to be anything of Goldberg left after Brock Lesnar rips him apart."