“It Does not matter” Seth Rollins reveals his opinion on win loss records in the pro wrestling buisness

Former WWE World Heavywight Champion Seth Rollins talks about wins and losses in pro wrestling does not matter after a certain period.

Seth Rollins
Seth Rollins as the Messiah

One of the most athletic and adaptable wrestlers in the current WWE era is Seth Rollins. He has established himself at the top of the organisation on various occasions and has even frequently taken home the WWE world championship. Seth is erratic and always achieving new heights.

At this year’s WrestleMania, the biggest platform of them all, Seth Rollins engaged in a very public feud with Cody Rhodes, who had recently rejoined the WWE after a long absence of six years. This year, Cody and Seth had some excellent battles, and their feud, which was one of the major ones on Raw, was incredibly enjoyable.

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Seth Rollins does not care that he lost every match against Cody Rhodes  

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Seth Rollins v/s Cody Rhodes

This year, Seth Rollins and Cody Rhodes faced off against each other three times, with Cody winning each time. Seth lost the match against Cody at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, despite having the upper hand because to Cody’s damaged arm.

In a current conversation with Ariel Helwani, Wins and defeats don’t matter to Seth anymore, he admitted. He asserted if they do, they did so at the beginning of his career and because he is now established, he does not care about victories or losses and they cannot hurt his career.

When he remarked that the whole point of professional wrestling is to make people feel something, he meant that they achieved this very well. If the match’s plot, characters, and the match itself are all excellent, then why should victories and losses matter in WWE?

Seth Rollins’s exact statement was, “Wins & losses don’t matter, to a point they do, but not nearly as much. It’s pro-wrestling, the stories, that’s what matters, making people feel something.”

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Anurag bhardwaj is a huge wrestling fan since 2015. Anurag is a student who lives in Delhi and loves to write about different things.