Seth Rollins Says Wrestling Is In A "Boom", Cites AEW All In As Proof

Seth Rollins is happy with the healthy state of professional wrestling right now

It feels as though WWE and AEW have been breaking records on a weekly basis. With ticket sales, TV deals, attendance records, and more all breaking records and bringing in more money than ever before in professional wrestling, it could be argued that the business is in a “boom” period, and someone who certainly agrees with this is World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins. 

Rollins spoke on the After The Bell podcast with Corey Graves, even referencing AEW as proof that the industry is in a healthy spot. 

"We are in the boom, man. You've got to understand, there is another company that just put 80,000 people in a stadium for one night. A week before that, we sold 90,000 tickets to WrestleMania, broke the all time gate on the first day. There are seven, eight different television programs of professional wrestling on a week not counting Premium Live Events or pay-per-views. The talent roster across the board is beyond what any generation has ever put forward.

Rollins made sure to note that he respects all those who paved the way before, stating that he “stands on the shoulders” of the legends who helped to build the industry up.

H/T Fightful

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