As of the posting of this article, Seth Rollins is celebrating his 200th day holding the Money in the Bank briefcase.
Since June 2nd, Seth Rollins has been given the best push of any up and coming WWE Superstar. Can anyone really say the same about his former Shield brethren, Dean Ambrose or Roman Reigns? Can we also say the same about their former rivals, the other up-and-coming three-man faction that split four months later in the Wyatt family.
I remember how I finally thought that WWE had delivered us some great signs that the future of the company was finally coming to fruition, and that by Wrestlemania XXXI, these two teams would bring a long and exciting feud to its end.
But then, CM Punk was officially fired and Daniel Bryan was injured and diagnosed to be out of action until 2015. But WWE has the Wyatts and the Shield. The breaking up of either of these teams has only benefited Seth Rollins.
Looking back, the WWE offseason saw the indescribable breakup of the Wyatts and Roman Reigns going on the shelf. Ambrose got to face Rollins to give the WWE Universe a feud we did like but started, stopped and then ended very quickly. Wyatts were taken off tv for a month followed by some horrible returns by each member of the Wyatt Family.
Through all of the misuse of five of the hottest young WWE Superstars ever to come out of NXT, only Seth Rollins has thrived.
Politics, favoritism, call it whatever corporate bullshit caused this huge fail, we are now in the start of Wrestlemania season. 75 days till the biggest wrestling event of the year, and only Seth Rollins looks like he is set to get over as a main eventer, and he looks like he will be the only one this Wrestlemania season at a time when WWE needs to have young stars made to claim the proverbial brass ring. -KOP