Seth Rollins Explains Why He Still Uses The Pedigree As His Finisher

On screen, Seth Rollins and Triple H are not exactly on the best of terms after Triple H interfered in a fatal four-way for the vacant WWE Universal Championship on the August 29 episode of RAW, but that hasn't stopped Rollins from using Triple H's finisher.

In a recent Facebook Q&A, Rollins took some time and explained his reasoning for still using the Pedigree, the finishing move that was given to Rollins after he stopped using the Curb Stomp as his finisher. 

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“No, you know what, let’s talk about that finisher for a minute," Rollins said. "Look, the reason I did the pedigree to begin with, was as 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 began using the Pedigree in a steel cage match against Randy Orton at the 2015 Extreme Rules show when he was still aligned with The Authority.

Credit to for the transcription of parts of Rollins' Q&A.

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