During the COVID-19 pandemic, Seth Rollins reinvented himself by turning heel and gradually changing his character to be more outgoing through his promos and wild outfits.
When WWE reintroduced the World Heavyweight Title to the RAW brand earlier this year, and Rollins was the early favorite to win, which he did at Night of Champions. He has since feuded with Finn Balor, defeating him twice on RAW.
Rollins told GQ that he believes there is a market for a physical WWE Hall of Fame.
This has been rumored for years, with Orlando, Florida being mentioned as a possible location due to the city’s hosting of the Performance Center.
Rollins said, “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.”