WWE Raw star Seth Rollins recently spoke with NOLA.com to promote WWE’s return to New Orleans for Raw on Monday night, and below are some interview highlights.
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“I’d say this year has been the most fulfilling of my career,” said Rollins, who also mentioned 2015 as one of his best years when he was WWE champion and won the main event of WrestleMania. “I feel like I’ve overcome a lot. And I feel a lot of freedom, I feel a lot of excitement, something that I hadn’t had in a couple of years.”
On the origin of his “Burn it Down” catchphrase:
“Honestly, I don’t exactly know. I feel like it was partially a take on the commercial for the video game last year where I’m sort of an arsonist when it comes to burning down the artifacts of the past. Having words in the entrance was totally Vince’s idea. There was nothing in that space, a weird dead space to Vince. He thought it was a good idea to fill it with something.
“We went through a couple of options, and that one fit the best. I chose it, and the next thing you know, it’s a huge part of my character. Thanks to Vince for having 50 years of pro wrestling knowledge in his back pocket. It’s a fun interactive thing for the audience. That many people screaming Burn it Down at WrestleMania was insanity.”
On his favorite WWE opponent:
“Finn Balor is one of my favorite guys to be in the ring with. He’s a great guy and incredible performer. I don’t think he gets enough credit for how fantastic he is. We were able to have some really fun, fantastic matches on Raw and WrestleMania. Together, we made some magic and had great chemistry.”