Seth Rollins On If A Physical WWE Hall Of Fame Will Happen

Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins thinks that if WWE eventually does put together a physical Hall of Fame, he will have an entire section dedicated to himself.

The WWE Hall of Fame has long been a controversial part of the company’s promotion. While some fans and wrestlers have praised the HOF for giving wrestlers one final thanks for all they’ve done, others have criticized it for, among other things, the lack of a physical location.

As a result, the only way to find out who is in the Hall of Fame is to watch WWE programming or to look online. This lack of physical location delegitimizes the WWE Hall of Fame in some peoples’ eyes, but Seth Rollins thinks that could change.

Seth Rollins thinks WWE will open a physical Hall of Fame if there’s a market for it

In an interview with GQ, Seth Rollins was talking about his various outfits and the topic of a physical Hall of Fame came up.

According to Rollins, such a location would be a better place for him to send his old and used outfits, especially since he can’t give some of them to charity or send them to places like Good will.

“Yeah, yeah. The stuff I can’t give to Goodwill, if I don’t know where to get rid of it, I send it to the archives. Just because, you never know. I think at some point in the future there’s a market for a physical WWE Hall of Fame, and I’m lobbying for my own wing.”

Seth Rollins will have more than just outfits on his mind going forward as he is now embroiled in a feud with Shinsuke Nakamura.

In the same interview, Rollins discussed how his Visionary entrance differs greatly from 10 years ago.