Seth Rollins Teases New WWE Theme Music

Could this mean the end of 'Burn It Down'?

Seth Rollins has suggested the use of his 'Burn It Down' theme-song for his WWE Friday Night SmackDown return was a one-off, teasing that he will be debuting a new entrance theme in the near future. 

Rollins returned to the SmackDown for the first time since he represented the Blue Brand at last year's Survivor Series, surprising fans by utilising the theme song that he used during his face run between 2017 and 2019, culminating in The Architect winning the Universal Championship. 

The 34-year-old abandoned 'Burn it Down' upon his transformation into The Messiah and has suggested its use upon his return to SmackDown may have only been a one-time thing, with Rollins even indicating he will have a new theme song to walk out to in the near future. 

Speaking on WWE's The Bump, when asked how he felt to have his old theme back last week, Rollins said: "It’s weird, kind of. I don’t know if it fits as much with the character, but we’ll see what happens. 

"Who knows, we might have a third music [potentially] incoming, not to give away any spoilers. But we used 'Burn It Down' that night and we’ll see where it goes from here. I don’t know what the future holds but it was good for one night to have the hot flames behind me."

As far as what that meant for his character, Rollins refused to give anything away, only going so far as to say he was only one week into a 'new iteration' of his WWE persona. 

The former Shield member wore a leather suit and similar look to his Messiah character, even donning the single black glove that has become synonymous with the gimmick, but it appears altercations could be on the way.

"It’s kind of yet to unfold to be honest with you," Rollins added. "We’ve got to see what happens. We’re only one week into this new iteration of myself, so we’ve just got to see what the future holds."

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