Seth Rollins explains what he wants to achieve in the WWE next

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Seth Rollins has already had a remarkable career in the WWE, achieving more than many other superstars can in a lifetime.

After capturing many championship titles throughout his already-brilliant career, The Kingslayer is now donning the black tactical vest against as The Shield has reunited.

Rollins is holding the Intercontinental Championship while Roman Reigns is the current Universal Champion, meaning Dean Ambrose is the only member of The Hounds of Justice who doesn't hold championship gold.

Many fans are believing this is the primary reason why The Lunatic Fringe could end up turning heel on Rollins, leading to a potential match between the pair at WrestleMania 34.

If rumours were to be believed, then that match was initially supposed to take place at WrestleMania 33, but an injury to Ambrose scuppered those plans.

Although it can still happen, The Architect himself has revealed what his next big goal is in WWE that's desperate to achieve.


Recently, Rollins was part of the WWE panel at the ACE Comic-Con in Chicago, Illinois.

After answering several other wrestling-related questions, one question which stood out saw him being asked what he'd like to accomplish in WWE next.

Rollins then revealed that he is yet to be on the marquee for the main event of WrestleMania.

According to Wrestling News Co, Rollins said: "The one thing I haven't done is been on the marquee in the main event at WrestleMania.

"So, I don't know, man. 2018 has been a really good year for me, so we'll see what WrestleMania brings next year in New York."

This personal achievement would be fantastic to see, but there's always a chance that it might have already happened some years ago.

Heading into WrestleMania 32, Rollins was struck down with a horrible knee injury and was forced to miss the event in Dallas in its entirety, meaning he had to relinquish the WWE Championship during arguably his greatest run during his heel days.


He has had a WrestleMania moment, though.

Nobody is ever going to forget the Heist of the Century where Rollins left Santa Clara with the WWE Championship following Brock Lesnar's encounter with The Big Dog.

With Rollins enjoying another successful run in WWE, perhaps WrestleMania 35 in New York will be the perfect time for Rollins to finally achieve his goal.

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