Jim Ross says Rollins shouldn’t lose his title until WrestleMania 32

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Jim Ross has said Seth Rollins shouldn’t lose the WWE World Heavyweight Championship until WrestleMania 32.

The WWE Hall of Famer shared his thoughts about Rollins as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion on the Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling podcast.

Here, he said he wouldn’t take the championship off The Architect till WrestleMania 32.


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He said: "I would not take the championship off of Seth Rollins until WrestleMania. At WrestleMania, if I have something that I believes works, then that is where he would drop the title.

“By then he would have had a full year and if he is not over and he is not a 'made man' after being champion, then you can't blame the promotion."

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Ross also said that he is proud of The Future of the WWE, and that he is a ‘booker’s dream’.

He said: "I am very proud of the worker that he has become. He has a great mind for the business. He is a booker's dream; in other words, he is a beatable champion.

“In the territory days or the live event days ... theoretically on any given night that he is defending the title he can be beat. He's not so physically imposing that he looks unbeatable and I like that.

"If you are going to have a heel champion then I like one that has vulnerability."

With Rollins now on his own after having protection around him from the likes of J&J Security, Kane and the rest of The Authority, he does look like he could lose the title in the next championship match he’s entered in.

Ross is right. The WWE haven’t really had a truly beatable heel for some time. You might say, ‘hang on a sec, what about Randy Orton?’ In all honesty though, he’s so similar to John Cena in all ways.

Randy, like Cena, physically looks like a guy that can’t be beat. He always finds a way to win his matches, and that was shown against Sheamus at Battleground. Rollins on the other hand, with all the protection he has had in the past now been taken away, looks beatable.

The question now is, who would Rollins lose the title to if he was to be defeated at WrestleMania 32?

Roman Reigns or Dean Ambrose perhaps?

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