Seth Rollins: Why The Architect must win at WrestleMania 34
The Architect heads into WrestleMania 34 with a ton of momentum, will he walk away with the Intercontinental Championship?
Seth Rollins and WrestleMania lead to memorable moments. Back at WrestleMania 31 he was on the end of one of the most innovative RKOs before hijacking the main event and walking away as World Champion. Unfortunately, injury ruined his appearance at WrestleMania 32 before he made his triumphant return at WrestleMania 33 where he slayed the ‘King’ Triple H and exacted revenge from the man who had previously hand-picked him as the future of the WWE.
Leading into this year’s event back in January it looked like he was on course for a match against Kurt Angle’s son, Jason Jordan. However, injury put the match on hold between the former tag champions meaning he was left in the dark.
After earning his way into the Elimination Chamber and impressing in the gauntlet match one week before the event, there were some who believed he could force his way into the Universal Championship match. This would not be the case as Roman Reigns continued his journey back to the main-event of WrestleMania.
Rollins has earned the right to feature in a high-profile match on the grandest stage of them all and this year it is competing for one of the most prestigious titles in WWE history, the Intercontinental Championship. Facing the leader of the Balor Club, Finn Balor, and the reigning champion, The Miz, in a triple-threat match, this has the potential to steal the show.
There could be reasons made for any of the three men to walk away with the title, but let’s look at three reasons Rollins should win at WrestleMania 34.