Seth Rollins had plenty to say to one fan at a recent WWE live event.
The World Heavyweight Championship was introduced to WWE by Triple H as a result of Roman Reigns’ dominance as WWE Universal Champion and the fact that Reigns isn’t working what would be considered a full-time schedule anymore.
Seth Rollins on the other hand prides himself on being the workhorse of WWE and since winning the World Heavyweight Title at WWE Night of Champions he has sought to be a fighting champion on both TV and live events.
Rollins himself has conceded that his title is not yet on the level of Roman Reigns’ but he certainly took exception to being called a “fake ass champion” following a successful title defence against Finn Balor at a live event in Florida.
The Visionary took to the microphone to address the crowd and single out the offender, making clear that he was anything but a “fake ass champion.” The exchange can be seen below in a video from WrestlingNews.co.
Seth Rollins Has History With Fans
Seth Rollins was unfortunately on the wrong side of an attack by a fan live on Raw back in November 2021 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
Rollins was walking up the aisle when a fan jumped him from behind and tackled him to the ground before the WWE star got him in a headlock. Security soon broke up the situation but the crazed fan later revealed he had been sending gift cards to someone claiming they were Rollins online for several years.