Seth Rollins Calls Working With Vince McMahon A 'Double-Edged Sword'

There was good and bad to working with Vince McMahon, according to Seth Rollins

WWE star Seth "Freakin" Rollins has commented on his relationship with Vince McMahon, referring to working with the now-retired former Chairman as a 'double-edged sword'.

The former WWE Champion worked under McMahon for a decade as a member of the main roster.

During an appearance on Out of Character with Ryan Satin, Rollins said: 

"With Vince, it was like kind of a double-edged sword. On one hand you knew exactly who to go to all the time. Every answer needed to go through Vince. There was security in that. If you needed something and you needed an answer, pronto, he was right there. You knew exactly that if you got yes from him, nothing else beneath that mattered. So that was really cool".

The Architect continued, noting how McMahon's flippancy could be stressful as a talent:  

"You could understand his vision, once you worked with him for a long enough time. You started to understand that. On the other side of that, he was very flippant. He was very all over the place. That was, to his credit, part of his genius, but it was also like very stressful to deal with as a talent".

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