Seth Rollins Says Vince McMahon Won't Let Him Wear His Alternate White Attire

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In the realm of alternate costumes, Seth Rollins' SummerSlam 2015 get-up seems to be well-regarded among the WWE faithful.

The white-and-gold variation of his normally-black attire certainly stood out in the eyes of fans, and came along at a time when the Authority-backed Rollins was at his absolute peak as a character.

But it doesn't look like we'll be seeing it again any time soon.

In a video that surfaced on Twitter (but appears to have since been taken down), Rollins spoke about the costume at a recent signing, in which he autographed a Vinyl POP figure of himself wearing the outfit. A bystander asks Rollins if he'll ever don the white outfit again.

Said the Universal champion, "No. Vince won't let me wear it. Because he's a weird old man who doesn't understand that people think it's the coolest gear they've ever seen. Yeah. He doesn't get it. I get that question more than anything else. What does that mean? It's just huge, man. People loved it I think it's in the archive. I gave it to our archivist guy. He puts it up at all the Axxesses and stuff."

(Quote transcribed by Fightful)

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