Seth Rollins has joined the likes of GUNTHER and Roman Reigns as a record-breaker in WWE.
Rollins has been a key player on WWE RAW for years. In that time he has won several titles and accolades, including the Universal Championship, the Intercontinental Championship, the RAW Tag Team Championships, and the Men’s Royal Rumble.
Rollins’ most recent title win took place earlier this year when he won the World Heavyweight Championship. Since winning it, Rollins has vowed to be a fighting champion that defends his title as often as possible, as a sort of opposite to the rarely-defended Undisputed WWE Universal Championship currently held by his former Shield stablemate Roman Reigns.
And while Rollins is still a long way off from catching up to Reigns, he made his first step in that direction by reaching the 100-day mark as WHC as of September 4, 2023, which was originally noted by WrestlingNews.co.
Who has Seth Rollins defeated since becoming World Heavyweight Champion?
The World Heavyweight Championship was created on April 24, 2023 after Roman Reigns became a SmackDown-exclusive wrestler and his WWE and Universal Championships were combined into one title represented by two belts.
A tournament was held to crown a new World Heavyweight Championship on RAW. That tournament concluded at Night of Champions on May 27th when Seth Rollins defeated AJ Styles.
Since winning the title, Rollins has had five successful televised title defenses. Je defeated Damian Priest on the June 5th episode of RAW, Bron Breakker at NXT Gold Rush, Finn Balor at Money in the Bank and then again at SummerSlam, and Shinsuke Nakamura at Payback.