Following his surprise return from injury to attack Roman Reigns at the end of the Extreme Rules pay-per-view, Seth Rollins took to the ring on both RAW and SmackDown to tell fans that he didn't care about them and whether they booed or cheered him.
Despite this stance, Rollins took to twitter last Thursday night to answer fan questions. The hour-long Q&A session ook place via The Black & The Brave Wrestling Academy twitter account (@BlackandBrave), the wrestling school he co-owns with Marek Brave.
Questions were submitted via #AskBlackAndBrave. Rollins tweeted a picture to reassure fans he was behind the responses.
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There were the usual and expected questions about favourite music and places to eat, which Rollins answered, generously tagging any bands he mentioned, and no doubt earning them some extra followers in the process.
Rollins also answered questions about The Black and The Brave Wrestling Academy, talking about his pride at watching young men and women living their dreams, assuring people that he is hands on in the training of their students, and present for 90% of the time. In a further response, he proudly claimed 'No school in the world offers what we can'.
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Then came the wrestling based questions. Rollins was asked who his favourite superstar on the current main roster is, to which he answered Cesaro, and who his favourite legend is, unsurprisingly the answer was HBK Shawn Michaels.
He also expressed a liking for Enzo and Cass (but seriously, what else was he supposed to say), and said he's looking forward to Nikki Bella returning stronger than ever.
Two questions regarding matches were chosen to be answered. The first was, which woman superstar would he choose to team up with in a match. Rollins answered Sasha Banks.
I'm not sure how WWE make that happen, but I'm fairly sure they should. With brand splits, and constant reminders that this is a new era, anything is theoretically possible.
The other match related question concerned who Rollins would most like to have a match against in the current NXT roster. Unsurprisingly the answer was Shinsuke Nakamura.
It's good to know that this match is as desired by at least one of the superstars as it is by the fans. I'm sure we'll see Rollins versus Nakamura at some point, and with the aforementioned brand split, it may be sooner than we think.
The Q&A closed with a teaser to keep an eye out for more surprises coming soon. For eagle-eyed fans still happy to have Rollins fit, healthy and back where he belongs, that won't be a problem.