Seth Rollins Reveals Problem With Vince McMahon

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Former WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins recently shared his working experience with the former WWE Chairman Vince McMahon until he recently announced his retirement.

Seth Rollins opens up on Vince McMahon

‘The Visionary’ had made his main roster debut in November of 2012 as part of one of the most dominant factions in WWE, The Shield. He has become one of the top stars in the company and has multiple accolades to his name.

Seth “Freakin” Rollins was the latest guest on Out of Character with Ryan Satin to discuss a wide variety of subjects. When asked about what it was like to work with Vince McMahon, Rollins described it as a double-edged sword and explained:

“With Vince, there was kind of a double-edged sword. On one hand, you knew exactly who to go to all the time. Every answer needed to go through Vince and there was security in that,” Seth Rollins said. “If you needed something, and you needed an answer pronto, he was right there and you knew exactly that if you got a yes from him, nothing else beneath that matter, so that was really cool and you could understand his vision.”

Rollins added that McMahon was all over the place and was very stressful to deal with as a talent:

Once you worked with him for a long enough time, you started to understand that. On the other side of that, he was very flippant. He was all over the place. That was to his credit, like that was part of his genius, but it was also very stressful to deal with as a talent,” added Rollins.

Rollins recently picked up a huge win over Matt Riddle at WWE Clash At The Castle Premium Live Event.

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