Seth Rollins Thinks The Story Of The Curb Stomp Could Be A WWE Network Special

Seth Rollins can't tell the whole story of the Curb Stomp, yet. 

Whether it's called a Curb Stomp or the Blackout, Seth Rollins' finisher was a piece of conversation when it seemingly disappeared from WWE television in 2015. Rollins went through a bevy of other finishers but eventually reintroduced the Curb Stomp earlier this year. In an interview with Newsweek, Rollins said the ban was never the long term plan and the reaction the crowd gave when it reappeared was a good experience. 

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"You know, I can’t divulge the entire story. Maybe some other time. It’ll be good for a DVD or a Network special or something like that. I will say that I was very happy to see it come back. It wasn't a long-term plan, I knew way in advance, but I was happy to get it back. That is another thing this year that really put me on a very good trajectory. It felt good, man. The surprise in the audience and the reaction I got online was really cool, too. I’m glad to take it around the world now, it’s been a good experience," said Rollins.

In the rest of the interview, Rollins discussed his upcoming match at the Greatest Royal Rumble event where he will defend his WWE Intercontinental Championship against multiple opponents. He also declared himself "Team Roman" regarding the WWE Universal Championship steel cage match between Roman Reigns and Champion Brock Lesnar. 

Fightful Wrestling will have live coverage and a recapping podcast for the Greatest Royal Rumble event.

The full interview with Rollins is available at Newsweek.com

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