Initially, the belief was that we would not see Sting again until Wrestlemania rolls around, especially since he suffered some injuries while working a title match against Seth Rollins. Rumors are now floating around that the legendary WCW star might be brought in for the Royal Rumble. WWE is especially concerned with drastically declining numbers, so his presence at the pay per view might be of some assistance.
October 22, 2015
During a recent interview with the Chicago Tribute, Seth Rollins addressed the rumors of him being rude to fans outside of the arena. The world heavyweight champion stated that he is usually rude to fans who cross the line. Rollins does not like being stalked by fans at an airport in the middle of the night. He also hates when fans follow him to the gym and just stare. Rollins stated that he does like meeting WWE fans coincidentally, though.
October 12, 2015
If you are one of those people that are hoping that Sting ends up winning the WWE title at Night of Champions, then you might be out of luck. According to online betting websites, Seth Rollins is heavily favored to retain the title. Rumors going around is that the creative department is trying to figure out a way for Rollins to cheat and rob the legend of his first and possibly only chance at the belt.
September 4, 2015
Rumors are floating around right now that there is a major difference of opinions backstage on how Seth Rollins should be booked as a heel champion. Triple H wants to keep going the old school route by having Rollins be a cowardly champion, much like how Ric Flair used to be. Vince McMahon, however, wants Rollins to be booked as a stronger champion with more credibility with the fans.
July 20, 2015
As of right now, WWE has Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose booked in a ladder match for the world heavyweight championship at Money in the Bank. That might be changing. Rumors are floating around that management is throwing around the idea of having Roman Reigns winning the MITB and cashing it in immediately. That is why the creative department has been emphasizing the friendship between Reigns and Ambrose so much lately.
June 1, 2015
Even though he has not been using the finishing move since the rumors first sprung up, Seth Rollins is denying that WWE has banned him from using the Curb Stomp. He did so again recently during a questions and answers session with fans at a convention. He teased that he might bring the move back for a big event, but for the time being, his finisher is going to be the Pedigree. The widespread belief is that there actually is a ban in place.
May 27, 2015
Initially, WWE had planned on giving Sheamus a big heel push so that he could challenge Roman Reigns for the world heavyweight championship. However, those plans were scrapped, and we now have a heel champion in Seth Rollins. The front office knew that there was only so much they could push the Celtic Warrior before he hit the ceiling. Well, rumors are floating around now that they are going to give him the Intercontinental Championship to work with.
May 13, 2015
While there are still a good amount of fans out there that are denying the rumors, Seth Rollins has not used the Curb Stomp finishing move since word broke out that it was banned by WWE. Some further details about the situation have been released. It appears that the front office might have been forced into the situation because of advice that they received from their lawyers, who are currently battling multiple lawsuits from former wrestlers.
April 30, 2015
Due to the extremely negative reaction from the internet wrestling community, WWE has been denying the rumors that they are banning the Curb Stomp. Everyone that watched Seth Rollins wrestled this week saw that he used a new finishing move during his match against Dolph Ziggler. The front office has been telling people that they wanted Rollins to have a move that can be done on anyone. Ironically, the Curb Stomp also fit that bill.
April 22, 2015
While everyone is under the assumption that the Intercontinental Championship ladder match is going to steal the show at Wrestlemania, Randy Orton and Seth Rollins have a different plan in mind. They're hoping to produce the match of the night. Rumors are floating around that the two of them have been discussing plans on doing a spot that is as awesome as the one where Evan Bourne took a flying RKO while flipping off the top rope.
March 22, 2015