Seth Rollins is showing no signs of slowing down in his wrestling career, but it's never too early to think about your future outside of wrestling.
Rollins is already a trainer and has invested in a coffee shop, but as one of the few in WWE to have freedom on the mic, a move to commentary would seem like a natural fit for "The Drip God."
"I watch those guys do it and I'm friends with them...maybe in a Pat McAfee role. He is great," said Rollins when speaking to Richard Deitsch on the Sports Media podcast. "The other guys take it so seriously, and God bless them, they are incredible at what they do, and Pat just shows up and flies by the seat of his pants, but his energy level is off the charts. If I can just wing it, that would be great. I don't know what my future looks like after I'm done in the ring. I assume I'll be part of the business in some form or fashion. I've dedicated my whole life to it, essentially. It's given me a great life and allowed me to provide for my family, start a wrestling school, invest in a coffee shop, which has given people jobs in my local area and create a cool little culture. I imagine I'll stick with wrestling in some form or fashion. Broadcasting? I don't know. Who is to say. If I can wing it every once in a while, why not?"
McAfee has earned high praise by many of his peers since he joined the SmackDown commentary team in April.
You can find Michael Cole's comments on McAfee revitalizing his career by clicking here.
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