Seth Rollins has been WWE World Heavyweight Champion since WrestleMania 31 back in March and has since defended it at every pay-per-view and even managed to compete in two matches at Night of Champions a few weeks ago.
But a damning stat was released this morning that states that since September 13th Seth Rollins has competed in 16 matches at WWE house shows and on WWE TV and of those matches he has lost 15 of them, according to NoDQ.The only match Rollins has won in the past month was the World Championship match at Night of Champions against Sting.
HELL IN A CELL?
Seth Rollins is set to face Demon Kane at Hell in a Cell on October 25 with not only Rollins WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the line but also Corporate Kane's job.
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This adds more pressure to Rollins as champion and also makes the match hard to predict, whilst it makes sense that Kane is set to leave WWE to pursue interests. It doesn't seem right for WWE to allow him to leave in such damning circumstances.
It could also mean that WWE are set to give Kane a run with the title before he leaves, only to see Rollins win the Championship back at either Survivor Series or TLC.
Right now Kane has all of the momentum heading into the match in just under three weeks time with Kane popping up in all of his matches and costing him the win, which is why the stat does look so harsh without added information.
If Rollins successfully retains his Championship at Hell in a Cell against Kane he will have held the title for almost seven months.
Add this to the fact that John Cena is set to leave WWE for two months and Dean Ambrose is set for a push in his absence, this means that Dean vs Seth could be on the horizon again.
Ambrose and Rollins were famously part of the main event at Hell in a Cell last year, the youngest competitors to ever achieve such a feat.
After the rivalry with Kane is over, it is hard to imagine who WWE would then aim Seth towards, the rumours state that Roman Reigns could be set to go after Rollins.
If his rivalry with Bray Wyatt finally ends inside Hell in a Cell then this will open up a feud between the two former Shield members that could lead into WrestleMania last year.
Either way, Rollins current losing streak could be a hint of things to come for the World Champion, it could also be WWE's way of putting him through his paces, but it still makes for damning reading.