Source: Fay Observer
FayObserver.com has an interview with Seth Rollins, who was promoting Tuesday's WWE SmackDown taping at the Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville, NC. Here are a few highlights:
Coming up with his name:
"Seth Rollins is a little bit of an ode to an idol of mine, Henry Rollins. He's the leader of one of my favorite bands, Black Flag. Seth is just a name that I liked."
Something he wishes viewers would see that they don't:
"The one thing I think that's very under the radar and is kind of underappreciated about what we do is that wrestling is really an art form. It's a super-unique interactive medium of storytelling. It's part script, part improvisation.
"There's so much that goes into the presentation of what we do. The crew that works behind the scenes that doesn't get any of the credit is amazing. They work nonstop. There's no rest. There's no off season."
What the future holds:
"During the next couple of years, I plan on being even better than this year, which is saying a lot, because 2014 has been the best year of my career. I just want to be the man."