Source: SLAM! Wrestling
Seth Rollins recently spoke with SLAM! Wrestling. Here are some highlights:
The Shield going babyface:
"It's just how things happen. It's been an interesting transformation, I suppose. But to be honest with you, we really haven't done much different. We just started targeting different people, I suppose. By that association, the fans just started to get with us. It's been fun. It's been a side to take for sure, but I think it's something that we're all pretty excited about."
Daniel Bryan's rise to the top:
"People say he ascended so quickly, but he's been in WWE for what, four years now? And before that he was on the indies for over decade. He's a guy who, if anybody's put in the time, it's him; if anybody's had a slow build to where they're at, it's him. It definitely seems like a skyrocket, just because of all the attention the Yes Movement has gathered, the way he's been positioned over the last six months particularly. But like I said, he's worked so hard, and I'm super happy for him. He deserves it. I'm real proud of him as a performer and as a friend."
How Roman Reigns has been learning from Rollins and Dean Ambrose:
"He's smart enough to listen. He's smart enough to pay attention and pick up little things. He's someone who's a student of the game. He played football before he got here. He didn't spend as much time doing this as we had, but it's in his blood. His family's a huge part of this business. He's just a guy who's built for it. It's just part of him. We spend a lot of time in the car and a lot of time in the ring together, and stuff like that, so if he's not learning, then something's not right. But I think it's pretty clear that over the past 18 months that we've been teamed up up here that his progression and his development has been accelerated, to say the least."
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