Seth Rollins Feels Like The Last Two Years Of His Career Has Been A Renaissance For Him

Seth Rollins is riding a wave of momentum.

"The Architect" Seth Rollins has been riding high since he completed his mission by capturing the WWE Universal Championship at WrestleMania 35 from Brock Lesnar. Rollins had a string of matches in 2018 that were highly regarded by those who watched his run in 2018. Rollins was asked to describe the past year and half that he's had when interviewed by 'National Sport' and he said that it has been a career renaissance for him and shared that he is the happiest he's ever been and is also relatively healthy.

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"When I look back at this stretch of my career it will be interesting to see where it stacks up with the other parts of my career. It has been a renaissance for me from a character perspective. I am the happiest I have ever been and relatively healthy. I am in the middle of my prime, I have just turned 33, so who knows what the next year is going to bring." Rollins said.

Seth Rollins is defending his Universal Title against Baron Corbin today at WWE Super ShowDown and looming over Seth Rollins' head is Mr. Money In The Bank Brock Lesnar who is also in Saudi Arabia for Super ShowDown.

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