TNA Star Remembers Ultimate Warrior in New Column, Seth Rollins Praises Triple H’s Role in NXT; Is The Shield Headed for a Break-Up Soon?

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Seth Rollins Talks Shield

WWE Superstar Seth Rollins talked to Sam Roberts over WrestleMania 30 weekend. The two talked about Rollins' time on the independent circuit (as Tyler Black), and being a part of the first NXT class coming out of FCW. Rollins actually praises Triple H's hands-on dedication to the NXT product, turning it into "almost it's own brand." Rollins also talks about changing his name, WWE's branding policy, how Nigel McGuinness should be in the company and more. 

When asked if The Shield was headed for a break-up in the near future to push Rollins, Ambrose and Reigns as major singles stars, the "Architect" of the group stated that they had a lot more life in them, and was looking forward to The Shield in 2014. 

Kazarian Remembers Warrior

ultimate warrior​TNA wrestler Frankie Kazarian is featured in the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, remembering the Ultimate Warrior, who tragically passed away earlier this week. Below is a short excerpt from his column: 

I just wanted to share with you a little bit of what makes me the wrestler, and the man I am today. A boy who bonded with his father over a shared devotion over this amazing character known as the Ultimate Warrior. I watched him this past Saturday, Sunday and Monday with a huge smile on my face, recollecting on the many hours of happiness he brought me. An hour ago I read that the Ultimate Warrior had passed away. I was stunned. Speechless. Heartbroken. Confused. This couldn't be real.

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