WWE RAW superstar Seth Rollins reveals retirement plans ahead of TLC | WWE | Sport


Rollins is only 32 years old so he is far from hanging up his boots but did think about what he would like to do once his in-ring career comes to an end.

According to Wrestling Inc, The Kingslayer told the Greg Atoms Show on 1130-KWKH that he has a wrestling school in his home state of Iowa and could focus on it when his time ends.

The Architect feels like the smart thing to do would be to take a few years off and relax but his passion for the business may not allow him.

Rollins said: “I’ve already kind of got something going with my wrestling school back home in Iowa.

“I think once I get off the road and my in-ring career is done take probably at least a few years off and relax a little bit.

“You know, but who knows I always like giving back to the business.

“It’s been my passion, like you said, my entire life.

“So it’s certainly something I feel like I’ll be involved in one way or another for as long as I can as long as I’m giving something and you know making progress, not just kind of stagnating.”

Rollins will be in action at TLC on December 16 at the SAP Center in San Jose, California.

The ex-WWE Champion will face his former Shield team-mate Dean Ambrose with whom he has been embroiled in a heated rivalry.

Ambrose betrayed the Intercontinental Champion after they won the RAW Tag Team Championships from Drew McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler.

The Lunatic Fringe explained his actions by saying that Rollins and his third Shield partner Roman Reigns made him weak.

He said: “The truth is I used to think The Shield was stronger together.

“I used to think this symbol made me strong, I used to think that wearing this [vest] made me strong.

“But the truth is The Shield made me weak.

“You [Rollins] made me weak. Roman made me weak. The burden of being your brother, the burden of having to watch your back made me weak.

“But every day is a new day, a chance to be reborn.

“A chance to take the past and burn it down.”

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