Seth Rollins: I Want To Headline WWE WrestleMania But, For Better Or Worse, It Will Be Roman Reigns
Roman Reigns has headlined 5 previous WrestleManias
Seth Rollins has admitted he still harbours dreams of being the headline act on a WrestleMania but says that spot in WWE belongs to Roman Reigns 'for better or worse'.
Rollins has enjoyed some marquee moments at WWE's annual 'Showcase Of The Immortals', defeating Triple H at WrestleMania 33, winning the Intercontinental Title at WrestleMania 34 and the Universal Title at WrestleMania 35.
The Architect even won the WWE Title in the main event of WrestleMania 31, cashing in his Money In The Bank contract to defeat Brock Lesnar and Reigns for the Championship.
While Rollins knows he's had incredible opportunities others could only dream of, he still dreams of being the name advertised as the main event for a WrestleMania in the future, but knows that spot has been earned by his former Shield brother, Reigns.
Speaking with Yahoo! Sports, Rollins said: "I would be lying to you if I said the WrestleMania main event isn’t the one thing that I have really wanted. You look back at my career in WrestleManias, I have had some incredible moments, but I have never been the guy who has been on the marquee, slated to go on last.
"Roman is going to be the guy, for better or worse, he’s going to be the guy who will go on last at WrestleMania. It certainly provides an intriguing amount of possibilities. That’s where everyone who enters this industry wants to be, but we have a long time to get there."