Seth Rollins States That The Addition Of "Burn It Down" To His Entrance Music Was All Vince McMahon's Idea

Rollins reveals some info.

The current WWE Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins is currently in the midst of a feud involving his fellow Shield-mates, Braun Strowman and the current RAW Tag Team Champions Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler. This past Monday on RAW, all of the male heels on the RAW roster came out and assaulted The Shield and Seth may have gotten the worst of it as he was tossed into the windshield of a police van which cut his arm open.

The next edition of RAW will emanate live from the city that hosted this year's WrestleMania which is New Orleans. NOLA.com had the opportunity to interview "The Architect" Seth Rollins ahead of RAW and while the two parties were conversing, the topic of Rollins' "Burn It Down" theme came to the forefront of the conversation and Rollins credited the Chairman Vince McMahon for coming up with the idea to add words to the entrance music.

"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." Rollins revealed. "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."

Seth Rollins also discussed having Deam Ambrose back with the gang and to read the full interview, click here. To read in full detail what went down between The Shield and the RAW roster this past Monday, check out Fightful's coverage article of the show.

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