Seth Rollins describes his character: “If The Joker were a narcissist going through a midlife crisis”

Seth Rollins describes his on-screen character

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Rollins describes his on-screen character.

Next weekend, Seth Rollins will be competing for the WWE Championship at the ‘Day 1’ pay-per-view. He’ll be a part of a Fatal 4-Way match with Kevin Owens, Bobby Lashley and the reigning WWE Champion Big E.

Rollins, Owens and Big E will be sharing the ring together ahead of Day 1 as they are scheduled to compete in a Steel Cage match at WWE’s Madison Square Garden house show on December 26th. To promote the event, Rollins spoke to Z100’s Josh Martinez and when asked about the current version of his on-screen character, Rollins described it as a narcissistic Joker that is going through a midlife crisis.

God, it’s as if — it’s as if this crazy — if The Joker were a narcissist going through a midlife crisis. I guess that’s the best way to really put it [description of his character]. I don’t really know any other way to do it. But yeah, it’s a lot. It’s a lot happening but the cool thing about the character is it can kind of go any which way. There’s a lot of unpredictability with it and I think that’s fun, you know? You can have matches like a Hell In A Cell match with Edge, but you can also have television segments where I just laugh with my best friend Bayley for five minutes. So, you know, I just think that there’s not a lot of characters on our television program that can do all these different things and so, that’s kind of just my approach to where I’m at right now.

Tonight’s episode of Raw is emanating from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and the following has been announced for the show:

  • Edge welcomes Maryse to ‘The Cutting Edge’
  • Bianca Belair vs. Doudrop
  • Finn Balor vs. Austin Theory
  • Damian Priest vs. Dolph Ziggler
  • Bobby Lashley appearance

If the quote in this article is used, please credit Z100’s Josh Martinez with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription. 

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