Seth Rollins: This Is The Best Version Of Me We've Seen So Far, The Best Is Yet To Come

Seth Rollins says the best is yet to come.

World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins has cemented his status as one of WWE's top stars, and he will headline WrestleMania 40 Night One by teaming up with Cody Rhodes to face The Rock and Roman Reigns. Rollins is coming off a torn MCL and partially torn meniscus, but he is confident heading into WrestleMania 40.

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Speaking with Cameron Hawkins for The Ringer, Rollins discussed his success and noted that he felt like he was in his prime. He also stated that he believed that the best was yet to come.

"I'm about to be 38 in May, and I’m, like, right in my prime, like my mental and my physical are right in the perfect space. And I think the next five years, especially, I’m going to be able to really, really hone it in and kick it into gear. But right now, dude, I’m having a great time. I’m getting to be able to be in the ring with guys who are extremely experienced and extremely good at what they do, and we’re all just elevating each other’s game. And so, like, I feel like this is easily the best version of Seth Rollins that we’ve seen so far. But with that said, I do think the best is yet to come," Rollins said.

Rollins recently discussed his WrestleMania track record. Check out his comments here.

Click here to see what Rollins had to say about his recent injury.

Rollins recently confirmed that the initial plan was for him to face CM Punk at WrestleMania 40. More information is available here.

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